Cape Kidnappers Golf Course, North Island

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Cape Kidnappers Golf Course is an 18-hole course near Te Awanga, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. It takes its name from the nearby headland of Cape Kidnappers. It was designed by Tom Doak in 2004 and was funded by American developer Julian Robertson.

In 2007, Golf Digest magazine rated Cape Kidnappers the 10th best course outside of the United States.
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  • Whilst visiting NZ for my Mom's 80th I casually browsed the net to see if the was a decent course in or near Napier with absolutely no expectations. I was blown away to discover the Cape Kidnappers.....  more »
  • We have been waiting a year to play Cape Kidnappers; we were not disappointed. Having booked we followed this app and were a little concerned on some of the reviews however; it was amazing from the....  more »

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