On the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand, is a farm with a golf course attached. Sounds simple and quant, but I assure you, either the views or the holes will blow you away. Cape Kidnappers’ golf course was completed almost thirteen years ago and is the number one course in New Zealand and ranked sixteenth in the world.
The farm that it’s partially surrounded by is over 6,000 acres and you can often times be teeing off next to grazing cows. It’s rather swanky to have cows feeding on sweet golf course grass, don’t you think? This par 71 course is most certainly a modern marvel and whether you’re an avid golfer or out to improve your game you’ll definitely think it’s one of the swankiest courses you’ve ever played.