Great Golfing Conditions at KGC with special offers to match
Autumn is a wonderful time of the year to play golf - the weather is still mild and fairways are returning to their emerald best. But dont take our word for it - if you are not a member, come on out and see for yourself, our scenic course is only 25 minutes from the CBD. As well as competitive green fees we have excellent introductory and age group membership deals. If you decide to join after playing a round we will deduct your green fee off your introductory rate.
The best way to book a tee time is from this site but you can also phone (04) 476 7337.
Prospective members can join up by completing the application form on this website or ring/email the club. Alternatively come on out for a round and if you then decide to join, we will deduct the green fee off your membership fee. 
50th Anniversary CELEBRATIONS
The club celebrated the 50th anniversary of its incorporation with an Irish themed tournament on March 17th, St Patrick's Day. A field of 80 enjoyed complimentary Irish coffees, an individual stableford plus Irish Foursomes team event, and a rapid fire quiz back in the clubhouse after play. The winner of the individual stableford event, Luke Underwood, was presented with the "Jubilee Cup", last played for as the Wellington Suburban Amateur Championship back in 1940, by the Phil Quinn, the son of the original winner of the cup.
The current club is in fact the 4th incarnation of the Karori Golf Club, with the first opening in 1905 in the heart of Karori but moving out east shortly afterwards to become the Miramar golf club, the second opening in 1913 also in the Karori valley but it too succumbing to urban sprawl and shifting out to the Hutt valley in 1926 to become Manor Park golf club, and the third opening in 1933 but forced to close during WWII as members left to serve abroad. As part of the anniversary celebrations, Miramar and Manor Park golf club members are invited to play on KGC's course for free over Easter 2018.
One of the great groups at Karori is the Wednesday Club who get together from about 10.30 each Wednesday for a disc draw at 10.50.  Visitors are most welcome to join this friendly bunch of golfers for a weekly competition.  
Video found from the Dawn of Karori Golf
 Adrian Porter posted some wonderful footage from The Dawn of Karori Golf Club when our foundation members rolled up their sleeves, jumped on the tractor and cranked up the chainsaw to create our course.  Check it out here.
And for a current view of the first hole from the air, click here:
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