2015 NZWO - Final Hole crowd
Dawn on the driving range
The opening hole
Manicured fairways
NZWO 2014
Lydia Ko 2015
Finishing outlook.
18 from the air
The opening 9
Finishing on 18

 

The Clearwater Golf Course has proven itself as a venue for international professional golf over 13 consecutive years, yet it offers a rewarding experience to all visitors from the six tee choices.

 

Walk in the footsteps of Clearwater graduates such as Jason Dufner, Bubba Watson, Jason Day. Jimmy Walker and most recently Lydia Ko, who in February 2015 posted a course and career record low score of 61 whilst ranked as the World Number 1 female player.

 

With its glistening spring-fed lakes, Clearwater lives up to its name, providing a lush oasis close to the city and Christchurch International Airport that offers a golfing escape and a change of pace that few destinations can match.

 

A magnificent 18-hole course awaits the international traveller and those closer to home. Our members can enjoy the layout as often as they choose, along with an unparalleled member experience where everyone enjoys equal status.

 

The course is complemented by superb practice areas and impressive accompanying facilities including a fleet of modern electric golf carts equipped with GPS.

 

After your golf, enjoy the best in golfing hospitality in the Member Lounge, savouring the views of the famous closing hole from the comfort of leather lounge chairs, or the wonderful deck area.

 

Member or guest, come and make your own history and experience the best that New Zealand golf has to offer.

Testimonials

“One of the best courses I play all year”

 

 

- Lydia Ko. - Feb 2015

(www.thepress.co.nz)

“I'm really looking forward to going back to New Zealand this year.The people there were so friendly and I love the Clearwater Golf course.”

 

 

- Charley Hull. - Jan 2015

(www.thepress.co.nz)

Discover our recreation oasis

 

Clearwater represents a positive harmony between urbanisation and conservation. The overall concept is unique in New Zealand and is part of a recreation oasis on the border of the City of Christchurch.

 

 

 

The Isaac Conservation Park now lies between Clearwater Resort and Coutts Island recreation park with the entire area linked by extensive spring-fed waterways complemented by walking and cycling tracks that provide recreation opportunities for everyone.

 

 

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