Overview

Welcome to Levin Golf Club. We extend a warm welcome to visitors to our Club and encourage you to visit our 18 hole course to experience our friendly, welcoming atmosphere first-hand. Our team and members go that extra step to provide golf and clubhouse services that make your visit to Levin enjoyable.

 

Levin Golf Course is located just 10 minutes’ drive from the Levin township, between Lake Horowhenua and Hokio Beach. We are fortunate to enjoy a unique micro-climate in terms of weather patterns where often the weather variables are different from the prevailing conditions in surrounding areas.

 

We take pride in providing a quality course set amongst rolling sand hills with easy walking, tree-lined fairways. The design of the course follows the natural contours of the land. From the many vantage points you will admire panoramic views of the Tararua mountain ranges and the Horowhenua countryside. The 18 hole, 6121 metre course combines a number of features that provide an interesting and challenging test for golfers of all ages and abilities.

 

Dress Code

Players are requested to maintain a neat and tidy standard of dress on the course and in the clubhouse.

Soft spikes or flat soled shoes are the only footwear to be worn on the course. Shoes worn on the course are not to be worn in the clubrooms.

Beach shorts, work jeans, singlets, gumboots, jandals and barefeet ARE NOT permitted.

 

Course Care

Bunkers:

  • Enter the bunker at the lowest point.

  • Pull rake towards you as you exit the bunker.

  • Always leave the rake in the centre of the bunker.

  • Do not pile up sand at the edge of the bunker.

 

Repairing Ball Marks:

  • Start at the back of the mark and push forward with the repairer.

  • Slowly ease the turf towards the centre of the mark. Do not lift soil upwards.

  • Tap down lightly with your putter.

 

Repairing Divots:

  • Replace divot where possible. If unable to replace divot tap in all

  • sides of the divot with your club or shoe.

 

Damage to Greens:

To prevent damage to the greens:

  • Keep bags, trundlers and carts well away from the greens.

  • Always lower the flag stick by club or hand.

  • Always replace the flag stick in the centre of the cup.