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Kauri Cliffs
Kauri Cliffs
Kauri Cliffs
Kauri Cliffs
Kauri Cliffs

Virtual Golf Course: Kauri Cliffs

In June 3, 2016

Kiwi Country

This week, TruGolf is headed to Kauri Cliffs, a world-class golf resort in beautiful New Zealand. Set amidst 6,000 pristine acres, Kauri Cliffs has been home to several PGA Tour events. Known for its stunning views, several holes offer panoramic views of the ocean to compete with Pebble Beach and Bandon Dunes.

Kauri Cliffs Golf Course

  • The course was originally designed by David Harman of Golf Course Consultants, based in Orlando, FL.
  • 15 holes offer breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean with the Cavalli Islands and Cape Brett providing additional backdrops.
  • Recently, Kauri Cliffs was renovated by renowned architect Rees Jones. Jones completely redesigned the 5th hole, transforming it from a long, uphill, par-3 to a short, downhill par-3.
  • Kauri Cliffs is consistently in Golf Digest’s Top 100 Greatest Golf Courses in the World,” – ranking #39 at the highest.
  • The course has hosted several notable events. Notably a PGA Tour Challenge event that featured Hunter Mahan, Anthony Kim, and Sean O’Hair. Additionally, it was home to “Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf,” a match between Kiwi icon Michael Campbell and Fred Couples.

About TruGolf Indoor Golf Simulators TruGolf Inc., with headquarters in Centerville, Utah, is the industry standard indoor golf simulator manufacturer. Originally a subsidiary of Access Software, the company developed Links™, the best-selling PC golf franchise and most honored of all PC sports titles. TruGolf formally spun off from the company in 1999 when Access Software was purchased by Microsoft for its expertise in golf software development. For more than 20 years, TruGolf has remained passionately committed to recreating the artistry of the game and currently offers the most prestigious course library, with almost 100 courses currently available, more than 25 that are ranked “Top 100 Courses in the World” by Golf Digest.

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