Course at Exclusiv Golf Deva, BourailCourse at Exclusiv Golf Deva, Bourail
©Course at Exclusiv Golf Deva, Bourail|Chantelle Louise / NCT


in New Caledonia

Whether you’re a beginner, an amateur, or a seasoned professional, golfing in New Caledonia promises an extraordinary experience amid the majestic landscapes of sea and mountains. Explore these remarkable courses and plan your next golfing getaway!

The golf experience

in New Caledonia

New Caledonia boasts world-class golf courses, including hidden gems waiting to be uncovered. These courses cater to golfers of all skill levels, delivering a memorable experience. Expect impeccable design, stunning vistas, well-maintained fairways, and warm hospitality. Remarkably, one of New Caledonia’s 18-hole courses was crafted by one of the world’s top golf architects! Whether you choose a course nestled within the city, along the coast, or within the rainforest, each offers a chance to challenge your skills while revelling in exceptional scenery. Don’t forget to indulge in a leisurely break at the clubhouse for lunch or relaxation.

Exclusiv Golf Deva

Located just a scenic 2-hour drive from Nouméa in Bourail, Exclusiv Golf Deva ranks among the archipelago’s most renowned golf destinations. Offering an 18-hole course spanning 6,663 metres with a par of 72, it can proudly stand alongside Australia and New Zealand’s courses. Designed by the esteemed American firm Dye Designs Group, this course beautifully showcases New Caledonia’s endemic flora and offers breathtaking views of the lagoon. Situated close to the sea, it features an impressive 117 sand traps, adding a fun and challenging dimension for golfers of all levels. On-site, a spa-equipped hotel invites you to prolong your enjoyment and savour the exceptional setting. The surrounding area, notably Domaine de Deva, offers a plethora of activities for the entire family, including hiking, horseback riding, sea excursions, and palm trekking.

Golf de Tina

Strategically nestled in the forest near Nouméa, the capital city, and a stone’s throw from the Centre Culturel Tjibaou, Golf de Tina offers an 18-hole course that poses an exciting challenge for golfers of all abilities. Cleverly designed with undulating terrain and elevated tee shots, it treats players to magnificent views of the mountains, mangroves, and sea. The ever-present trade winds add an extra layer of complexity, providing a different experience each day. A twelve-station covered driving range, complemented by a practice bunker and two putting greens, ensures you can practise regardless of the weather. The course frequently hosts local and international competitions, making it an ideal destination for a full or half-day of golf in the capital. As a delightful bonus, its restaurant is a favourite among players and locals alike.

Garden Golf de Dumbéa

Located just 30 minutes from Nouméa, the Garden Golf de Dumbéa holds the distinction of being the oldest golf course in New Caledonia. Offering a challenging yet enjoyable 18-hole course, it is nestled amidst niaoulis forests and adorned with magnificent native trees and shrubs, with the stunning Mont Dzumac as a backdrop. Golfers will relish the warm ambiance and the refreshing river that meanders alongside the course. The proximity to Parc Fayard makes it an ideal combo for a family day out, allowing exploration of the surrounding area.

Golf de la Ouenghi

A mere hour’s drive from Nouméa, the 18-hole Golf de la Ouenghi course is enveloped in lush greenery. With a fair layout suitable for golfers of all skill levels, it offers a serene and verdant setting. The club house restaurant serves gourmet delights, and for those seeking an extended golfing escape, there’s the option to stay on-site.