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The Kinloch Club
, International Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus. After designing golf courses in 27 different countries, Jack Nicklaus found inspiration in The Kinloch Club for the first and only Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course to be built in New Zealand in 2007. The Kinloch Club offers a dramatically undulating New Zealand landscape, overlooking Lake Taupo, New Zealand's largest lake. Kinloch's fairways are contoured and conditioned for ground play and flecked with disheveled bunkers.
Voted '#1 New Zealand Golf Course' by New Zealand professional golfers 2014
“Having just played Kinloch for the first time, I can honestly say this is the number one golf course in New Zealand…A true Links experience with Jack Nicklaus at his best...”
– Sir Bob Charles
The Kinloch Golf Course is a short helicopter flight, or one hour drive from Treetops. We will book your Tee time, and we can arrange a time suitable for a spa treatment at Treetops newly opened 'Rituals' Spa.
Click here to visit the Kinloch Golf Course website for more information.
NEW! for 2015
THE KINLOCH CLUB - NEW ZEALAND CUTTING EDGE DESIGN COMPLEMENTS JACK NICKLAUS WORLD CLASS GOLF COURSE.
In 2015 The Kinloch Club villas will offer irresistible new heights of golfing escape for discerning lovers of natural beauty and of cutting edge design - complementing a spectacular 18 hole Jack Nicklaus Golf course.
Created by the much awarded Treetops Lodge & Estate, The Kinloch Club villas feature sparkling one bedroom junior suites and luxurious two and three bedroom billas in an exclusive, landscaped setting on the shores of Lake Taupo, the ironic lake at the scenic hub of New Zealand's North Island. LEARN MORE