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Golf is a popular sport in New Zealand, with a history that dates back to the late 19th century. The country has a strong golfing culture, with over 390,000 registered golfers and more than 400 golf courses throughout the country.


Golf courses in New Zealand are known for their scenic beauty, with many courses located in stunning natural landscapes, including rugged coastlines, forests, and mountains. Some of the country's most famous courses include Cape Kidnappers Golf Course in Hawke's Bay, Kauri Cliffs Golf Course in the Bay of Islands, and The Hills Golf Course in Queenstown.


Overall, golf is a significant part of New Zealand's sporting and recreational culture, offering  visitors a chance to experience the country's stunning natural beauty while enjoying a challenging and rewarding sport.

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