Taumarunui’s golf course, ‘Tarrangower’, dates back to the early 1920s and has developed into a very attractive all weather course featuring 18 holes of undulating fairways of park like appearance. Each hole represents a different challenge with the tree lined fairways leading to well guarded target greens. The Clubhouse enjoys magnificent views of the 1st, 8th, 9th and 18th holes and there can be no better sight than the sun reflecting the tree shadows against the backdrop hills surrounding Taumarunui.
So many visitors comment that playing Taumarunui has been on their ‘must play’ list – join us for a round and find out why.
The trees in this part of the world grow tall and straight, attesting the free draining soils and the lowest wind flow in New Zealand. The huge redwoods watching over the 18th tee are only 60 years old and bear testimony to the district’s moderate climate.
One of the many feature holes on Tarrangower would have to be the Wattles – the men’s No.1…