The scenery alone is worth walking 18 holes for, but New Zealand also has great golf along the way. The country is only now becoming a popular golf holiday destination, and its anonymity is to the great advantage of those who visit. Many of the country's courses don't require an advanced booking, and despite cheap greens fees, visitors strike golf gold at the top courses. In the north, Kauri Cliffs Golf Club fringes the picturesque New Zealand coastline. Its fairways stretch along the seashore and striking cliffs. Inland, Wairakey International Golf Course is a richly forested and difficult course. The density is contrasted to Cape Kidnappers. Here expansive views follow fairways created atop ridge lines with holes that start and finish at the water's edge.