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Kauri Cliffs Golf Course Yardage Chart

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Kauri Cliffs Golf Course Yardage Chart

  1. 1. Yards
  2. 2. YARDAGE GUIDE BY Best Approach Publications, © 2013 (480)557-7379 • www.bestapproach.com When Using This Book: Sprinkler heads are measured to the front of the green and are indicated throughout with a white dot(•o). Numbers inside a tan box represent distances from the permanent tee markers to the indicated point. THIS BOOK IS IN YARDS ROYAL AND ANCIENT RULES GOVERN ALL PLAY • Sprinkler heads are measured to the front of the greens. • Please replace divots and repair ball marks. • Keep carts 20 yards away from greens and follow all cart signs. • Carts are not permitted in the fescue.
  3. 3. The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs affords spectacular 180-degree views of the Pacific Ocean. Cape Brett, the offshore Cavalli Islands and the Championship Golf Course are part of the panorama that can be viewed from the broad verandas and card room. Gourmet dining can be enjoyed in the main Dining Room as well as in the private dining areas. Kauri Cliffs, Cape Kidnappers’ sister property, provides accommodations of eleven outlying guest cottages, each with two guest suites. Each suite offers its own private porch, spacious bedroom with sitting area and open fireplace, walk-in wardrobe and bathroom. The cottages are nestled on the edge of a native forest overlooking the ocean and golf course. Amenities include two Astroturf tennis courts, an infinity swimming pool, and a luxury spa, complete with treatment rooms and a fully equipped fitness centre. Kauri Cliffs has three secluded beaches, which are also available for picnics and barbeques. Guests can enjoy this beautiful property and also experience a variety of nearby activities including helicopter tours, world famous big game fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, sea kayaking and hunting for boar and pheasant. Guided tours feature visits to the Ninety Mile Beach, Tane Mahuta, Doubtless Bay, the Puketi Kauri Forest, Rainbow Falls, historic Russell and the Waitangi Treaty House.
  4. 4. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 N Practice Range Lodge Restrooms are located at hole 6 and hole 13.
  5. 5. N 13 15 16 12 11 10 18 17 14 Practice Range Lodge
  6. 6. Depth= 32 1 Par 4 Takou 471 418 392 359 320 328 273 245 210 171 - - - - - 350 295 270 238 198 - - - - - •58 72• 114• 155• 155• •179 •177 •135 •80 •119 •213 •139 •216 •233 •197 96• The opening hole is a straightaway par 4. A tee shot left centre of fairway gives the best approach into the green. Be aware of the bunker and severe drop-off on the left side of the green.
  7. 7. Depth= 39 2 Par 4 Cape Brett 441 406 395 365 343 238 201 191 159 136 - - - - - 287 251 241 210 187 - - - - - 304 272 262 234 212 - - - - - •100 61• 82• 121• 141• 141• 162• 181• 242• •121•121 •78 •183 •162 •223 •240 203• Picking a line makes this drive very challenging. A tee shot slightly right of the yardage post sets up the best angle into the green for your approach. Be cautious of the severe drop-offs to the left and back of the green.
  8. 8. Depth= 29 3 Par 4 Puriri 357 324 300 284 284 •81 61• 266 234 208 193 193 - - - - - 294 261 236 221 221 - - - - - 284 253 230 216 216 - - - - - •122 •162 •182 102• 142• 183• •101 •121 Length is not a premium on this short par 4. Position your drive right centre for the best angle into this well-guarded, undulating green. “Do not miss this green long.”
  9. 9. Depth= 30 4 Par 5 Cambo 558 522 465 465 424 FROM THIS SPRINKLER 217 250 257 274 YARDS TO POINT A 190 217 231 243 •60 80• A 256 223 180 180 132 - - - - - 291 253 205 205 152 - - - - - 330 293 246 246 193 - - - - - •97 •191 •134 •250 •192 •274 156• 217• 257• 213• 152• One of the great par 5s in golf. Aim tee shot inside the left-hand bunkers. Long hitters will have the option of going for this green in two. When laying up, be aware of the narrowing landing area and hazard on the right. Accuracy on your approach is vital as trouble looms behind and to the right of the green.
  10. 10. Depth= 35 5 Par 3 Boomerang 200 162 142 142 130 Pay attention to the wind direction as good club selection is important on this demanding par 3. Less adventurous golfers consider aiming at the small fairway left of the green.
  11. 11. Depth= 41 6 Par 4 Falls 405 365 336 336 225 •61 •57 98• 299 260 232 232 118 - - - - - •75 •103 •132 •122 92• 119• 153• 111• A very demanding par 4. Position your tee shot left centre for an uphill approach that plays two to three clubs longer than the marked distance. This green is extremely deep and undulating.
  12. 12. Depth= 34 7 Par 3 Cavalli 220 175 175 147 105 A picturesque par 3 that requires accuracy off the tee. Be conscious of the wind as this will influence your club selection. If in doubt, take an extra club. Magnificent views of Pink Beach can be seen from the back tees.
  13. 13. Depth= 35 8 Par 5 Warrior 539 494 494 466 426 FROM THIS SPRINKLER 216 238 259 280 YARDS TO POINT A 90 108 130 151 YARDS TO POINT B 181 199 220 241 •80 •58 100• 238 194 194 169 129 - - - - - A B 289 241 241 212 172 - - - - - 54• 56• 97• 121• 174• 216• 280• •139 •197 •278 •259 •195 238• 218• An uphill par 5 that requires a long drive down the left side. Long hitters be aware of the trouble left if going for this green in two. Distance control is important on your approach to this long, narrow two-tiered green.
  14. 14. Depth= 36 9 Par 4 Giant Steps 386 344 315 283 168 •54 72• 279 235 205 173 60 - - - - - 224 182 153 120 - - - - 320 277 248 215 102 - - - - - 74• 114• 112• •98 •93 •133 A severely uphill par 4 completes the front 9. Don't let the gully “bully” you, for a good tee shot will easily carry. The tendency is to under club the second shot to this large deep green.
  15. 15. Cape Kidnappers Set atop 6,000 acres in Hawke’s Bay on New Zealand’s North Island, The Farm at Cape Kidnappers features 22 guest suites and a four bedroom Owner’s Cottage. The property boasts stunning panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, and the main lodge features roaring fires, outstanding gourmet dining, contemporary art and stylish interior design. While on property, guests can enjoy the wine cellar, infinity pool, spa and fitness center, as well as miles of hiking and biking trails, the world’s largest land based Gannet colony, and our unique Kiwi Discovery Walk. Cape Kidnappers’ golf course features eighteen holes designed by legendary architect Tom Doak. It has been hailed as one of the great modern marvels of golf course architecture, with remarkable sea-views. The course plays high above the ocean atop dramatic cliffs that extend to the Pacific. Along with its sister property, Kauri Cliffs, Cape Kidnappers hosted the PGA TOUR’s Kiwi Challenge in 2008 and 2009, and has received numerous awards including a ranking among the Top 100 Golf Courses in the World.
  16. 16. On October 27th & 28th of 2008, Kauri Cliffs and Cape Kidnappers hosted the inaugural Kiwi Challenge. This two-day, made-for-TV event featured four of the game’s brightest young stars. Adam Scott, Hunter Mahan, Anthony Kim and Brandt Snedeker travelled to New Zealand’s North Island for two days of golf at Kauri Cliffs and Cape Kidnappers to compete for the US $2.6 million purse. Brandt Snedeker set a new course record at Kauri Cliffs with a 6-under, par 66 to take the lead after round one, but Hunter Mahan managed four birdies and an eagle on day two at Cape Kidnappers to post a course record of 65 and tie his Ryder Cup teammate Anthony Kim at 136. A par on the second playoff hole was enough to give Mahan the win. Brandt Snedeker finished third, one stroke back, and Australian Adam Scott was fourth. On November 11th & 12th of 2009, Cape Kidnappers played host to the 2nd instalment of the Kiwi Challenge, featuring Defending Champion Hunter Mahan, Anthony Kim, Sean O’Hair and Camilo Villegas. The first round saw stellar play from O’Hair, who carded a 3-under, par 68. Hunter Mahan made a charge in round two, but Kim and O’Hair holed clutch putts on the final hole to finish at 5 under. Anthony and Sean marched to hole 15, which had challenged the players all week, for the sudden- death playoff. O’Hair’s errant tee shot gave Kim an early advantage, and Kim would capitalize on the opportunity, winning in dramatic fashion with a long two-putt. HOST SITES OF THE 2008 AND 2009 KIWI CHALLENGE 2008 Champion Hunter Mahan 2009 Champion Anthony Kim
  17. 17. Depth= 31 10Par 4 Valley 364 343 297 252 249 •81 57• 299 273 231 187 183 - - - - - 224 199 155 110 107 - - - - - 315 289 246 201 197 - - - - - 327 302 256 211 207 - - - - - 77• 96•97• •77 •123 •102 47• 118• With the wind at your back, this hole is drivable for the long hitter. A tee shot positioned right centre sets you up for a straight- forward approach shot. Be aware of the hazard left and long of the green.
  18. 18. Depth= 33 11Par 4 Totara 421 383 346 346 294 •92 258 220 184 184 135 - - - - - 327 289 252 252 200 - - - - -•74 •91 •113 •151 •110 •191 154• 174• 170• 194• Aim tee shot right centre of the sloping fair- way. A precise approach shot is essential to this well-guarded “island-like” green. Shorter hitters should lay up in front of the marsh. This green slopes severely from right to left. 60•
  19. 19. Depth= 33 12Par 3 Raupo 210 163 153 143 103 This shallow, two-tiered green slopes toward the marsh short and left of the green and will require an extra club if the hole location is on the right. Avoid missing short or left at all costs.
  20. 20. Depth= 38 13Par 4 Tablelands 427 406 370 370 333 •78 57• 295 277 240 240 203 - - - - - 337 316 279 279 243 - - - - - 96• 169• 212• 217• 139• •119 •145 •177•185 134• 157• Aim your tee shot at the two large Totara trees in the far distance. This landing area provides the best angle into a large, well-bunkered green. If the green is not reachable in two, favour the right side.
  21. 21. Depth= 30 14Par 3 Waiaua Bay 230 176 176 145 116 A downhill par 3 with distracting views requires accuracy from every tee. Severe drop-offs left and long of the green await errant tee shots.
  22. 22. Depth= 34 15Par 5 Cook’s Hook 544 513 513 488 410 •66 74• 240 210 210 187 115 - - - - - 285 252 252 226 146 - - - - - A 77• 107• 134• 172• •95 •108 •148 •187 •227 •230 The most demanding tee shot on the golf course. A drive down the left side will allow the longer hitter to reach this green in two. When laying up, play to the right as this sets you up for the best angle into the green with your approach. FROM THIS SPRINKLER 227 230 YARDS TO POINT A 207 206 251•
  23. 23. Depth= 23 16Par 4 Temptation 367 353 326 308 270 •82 63• 241 228 202 186 149 - - - - - 271 256 227 210 170 - - - - - 291 277 250 233 194 - - - - - 279 268 244 229 193 - - - - - 116• 132• 140• 173• 100• •100 •116 •143 •157 Aim your tee shot down the right-hand side of the fairway. Distance control on the short downhill approach is crucial as trouble looms beyond the green.
  24. 24. Depth= 41 17Par 4 Rainbow 472 441 405 405 369 •60 77• 303 272 237 237 200 - - - - - 300 272 241 241 207 - - - - - 80• 121• 162• 202• 240• 285• 181• 218• •101 •142 •182•183 •221•222 On the tee, don’t bite off more than you can chew. Aim at the third mound on the right side unless the wind is assisting. Approach shots landing slightly short and right may receive a favourable bounce toward the green.
  25. 25. Depth= 45 18Par 5 Tane Mahuta 539 501 470 439 328 FROM THIS SPRINKLER 231 L 231 R 252 YARDS TO POINT A 203 206 242 •55 92• A 275 238 209 178 81 - - - - - 301 263 232 206 85 - - - - - 303 269 241 207 115 - - - - - •113 •153 •173 •231 •270 •270 191• 231• 250• 252• •156 Drives to the left spell trouble here. Continue to favour the right side of this fairway. Depending on the hole location, this approach can play two to three clubs longer. Be mindful of the false front on this green.
  26. 26. HCP NET Hole Tiger White Green Red Yellow Men’sHcp Par Ladies’Hcp 16 4 8 12 4 6 18 4 16 4 5 2 14 3 10 6 4 12 10 3 14 2 5 4 8 4 18 36 17 4 17 7 4 3 13 3 13 3 4 7 11 3 15 9 5 9 15 4 11 1 4 1 5 5 5 36 72 1 471 418 392 359 320 2 441 406 395 365 343 3 357 324 300 284 284 4 558 522 465 465 424 5 200 162 142 142 130 6 405 365 336 336 225 7 220 175 175 147 105 8 539 494 494 466 426 9 386 344 315 283 168 OUT 3577 3210 3014 2847 2425 10 364 343 297 252 249 11 421 383 346 346 294 12 210 163 153 143 103 13 427 406 370 370 333 14 230 176 176 145 116 15 544 513 513 488 410 16 367 353 326 308 270 17 472 441 405 405 369 18 539 501 470 439 328 IN 3574 3279 3056 2896 2472 TOT 7151 6489 6070 5743 4897
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