Whether you’re after a casual round of golf or something more serious, Marlborough can tee you up with more golf courses than you can swing a club at. The region has a great range of quality 9- and 18-hole courses, or for something a bit more unique, why not try 13?
Golfing in Marlborough
With some of the sunniest weather in New Zealand, you'll need to cool off. Marlborough offers pool swimming or ocean swimming in the Marlborough Sounds.
Marlborough's great swimming spots
Mondo Kopua Biking enthusiast
“The thing I love about Marlborough, which you see when you cycle it, is the diversity of the landscape. We’ve got high country like up the Awatere Valley, then the Richmond Range, the Marlborough Sounds and all the rivers. Personally I’m an open country, high country farm sort of person. I love getting up in the hills.”My insider guide to Marlborough
Nopera Bay Golf Club in the Kenepuru Sound is a 9-hole course set on a working farm, complete with electric fences around the course to keep animals off the course.
And there’s not just farm animals to see as you’re working your way around the picturesque course… pukekos, wekas, wild ducks and stunning views are all part of the unique package.
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