Hawkes Bay is a beautiful and fair test of golf skills. While the first five holes are relatively straight-forward, the last four turn up the heat and may have you wishing you'd taken advantage of the easier scoring opportunities that holes 1-5 provided you. Birdies are notoriously hard to snag on the second half of Hawkes Bay. Taking its name from the wildlife preserve that runs alongside several fairways, Hawkes Bay is known for its undulating greens, large bunkers and the moguls that can transform a good shot into a tricky uphill or downhill lie without warning. Whether you play 849 from the forward tees or 1336 from the rear tees, you'll be glad you gave Hawkes Bay a try.

Course Layout | Scorecard | Driving Directions | Yardage

Yardage: 849-1336 yds

Level 2

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