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What facilities are available at Pegasus Golf & Sports Club?
18-hole golf course, gymnasium, tennis centre, Bunker Cafe & Bar, driving range, pro shop and practice greens.


What is the length of the course?
The course is a par 72, championship length course, playing approximately 6324m from the championship tees, to 5067m from the forward tees.


Is this a championship golf course? How hard will it be to play?
The course is designed to be challenging, enjoyable and memorable for all levels of golfers, from the scratch golfer to the high handicapper. Accordingly, four sets of tees are provided at each hole.

Generous fairways encourage unconstrained and swift play. The location of bunkers, lakes and areas of natural wetland at varying distances from the tee and the provision of alternate lines of play provide opportunities for the golfer to consider strategy as well as test skill and accuracy. Receptive contouring rewards the successfully placed shot.



Is Pegasus Golf Course private or public?
Pegasus Golf Course is a public course open to anyone through memberships or green fees (pay per play).


Who is the designer of the Golf Course?
Its initial basic layout was a joint effort between Mason & Wales architect, master planner and golfer Francis Whittaker, Boffa Miskell, and Kura Golf Course Design. Overall course design has been tasked to Boffa Miskell, a leading New Zealand environmental and design consultancy. Boffa Miskell has been involved in the development of a number of courses throughout New Zealand, including Millbrook and Clearwater in the South Island and Formosa in the North Island.

One of the principal golf course designers for was Kristine Kerr. Kristine has designed high-profile courses internationally (Europe and Asia) with leaders in the field, including Gary Player Design and Nelson & Haworth. Kristine is passionate about golf and dedicated to creating high quality and enjoyable golfing experiences, with a strong sense of place. A New Zealander, Kristine is one of just a few female golf course designers in the world. She returned to New Zealand specifically to work on the design of Pegasus Golf Course.



Does membership come with the purchase of a Pegasus or Mapleham section? How much is membership?
Life Membership of the Pegasus Golf & Sports Club is included in the purchase price of either a Pegasus or Mapleham property when full ownership title is purchased. Life Members have access to a wide range of benefits, including up to 50% off annual subscription rates, preferential bookings, and discounts on Club products and services. Residents Life Memberships will continue for as long as they remain property owners with full ownership title, and pay an annual subscription.


How much are the green fees?
Green fees are:
Overseas Resident: $90 for 18 holes; $55 for 9 holes
NZ Resident: $65 for 18 holes; $40 for 9 holes
NZ Affiliated: $50 for 18 holes; $30 for 9 holes
Junior: $20 for 18 holes; $15 for 9 holes
Green fees are subject to change.


Does membership of the golf course include tennis, gym etc?
Members can chose from a range of annual subscriptions. Full subscriptions will include access to the golf course, tennis centre, gym, driving range, plus the clubrooms, cafe, bar and other facilities.


How are the water features kept clear and free of weed?
Bore-fed fresh water constantly flows through the series of interconnected lakes, keeping the water clear and minimising the potential for the growth of weed. The lakes have been designed at varying elevations with associated weirs and streams that provide water features as well as facilitating aeration and elevation change. Piped water feeds isolated lakes adjacent to holes 3 and 12, with outflows also piped for circulation.


Are waterways lined?
All the waterways are lined and sealed. The lake in front of the propsed clubhouse features a rock retaining wall in keeping with clubhouse construction materials.


Is the driving range fenced?
Dense boundary planting of mature native and exotic tree species, combined with generous safety margins to adjacent uses, is used to provide an effective screen for safety and visibility of the driving range and to enhance the natural setting. Fencing is not planned at this stage.