New Zealand Golf is the governing body for golf in New Zealand and is responsible for fostering and developing the game. More people playing more golf is our objective, while producing future champions in our sport. We provide a wide range of services associated with the game including the national handicapping system, managing the New Zealand Golf representative teams, delivering 20 elite golf tournaments and much more. The success of the industry as a whole is now also a priority and we continue to nurture our relationships within the game.
New Zealand Golf’s Strategic Plan is what guides New Zealand Golf to achieving its vision of ‘More People Playing More Golf’. This section provides details around our Strategic Plan and how New Zealand Golf plans to grow the game over the coming years.
New Zealand Golf are always refining the rules that govern the sport, not only keeping ahead of the game on the course, but also ensuring that our constitution is appropriate for the current sporting environment.
View our annual reports and understand how our organisation operates.
In this section you will find information on the New Zealand Golf Board and New Zealand Golf Staff.
Meet the friends and supporters of New Zealand Golf whose generosity and support of golf from grass roots through to our elite progammes, make it possible for New Zealand Golf to achieve our goals.
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Hall of Fame Induction - Arthur Duncan
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Mark Richardson v Michael Hendry