|The Carrington Club Golf Course
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The Carrington Club
The Carrington Club Resort is a 3000 acre Northland estate with four kilometres of secluded coastline, incorporating - among other
things, a spectacular Matt Dye designed tournament-standard 18 hole golf course
Located in Northland’s Karikari Peninsula, Carrington Resort’s world class recreational facilities include a heated infinity swimming
pool and spa pool, championship tennis courts, Olympic standard clay and skeet target shooting range and a gymnasium.
A wide range of leisure activities including horse riding, fishing and scuba diving are also easily arranged for guests.
The Carrington Club Golf Course
The tournament standard 18 hole Carrington Golf Course was inaugurated on 15 December 2003 and designed by American golf
course designer Matt Dye. The course is 6417 metres (7267 yards) in length, par 72, and encompasses a variety of terrains from rolling
vales to challenging water holes.
The course is designed to suit golfers of all abilities and offers a variety of hole,, from one of the longest par 5's in New Zealand 569
metres (599 yards), to one of the shortest par 3's at 113 metres (132 yards) over water.
ALL PLAYERS AND SPECTACTORS must be dressed in appropriate golf attire.
Soft spike shoes only - no metal spiked shoes allowed.