"Kia Ora!" from Cape Kidnappers
"Kia ora" is a Māori language greeting, which has entered New Zealand English, used to wish somebody life and health. The word ora used as a noun means "life, health and vitality". It's also used as a salutation, a farewell or an expression of thanks. With the help of our friends at Golf Away Tours, this lucky group received an invigorating dose of ora on the links at Cape Kidnappers. This is the second time we've had the pleasure of shooting Cape Kidnappers in New Zealand, a
Droning Cape Kidnappers
Cape Kidnappers is a headland at the southeastern extremity of Hawke's Bay on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island and sits at the end of a 5 mile peninsula which protrudes into the Pacific Ocean. It was named after an attempt by local Māori to abduct a member of Captain Cook's crew aboard HMS Endeavour, during a landfall there on 15 October 1769. [Source: Wikipedia] It's as if drones were made for places like Cape Kidnappers Golf Course. The grandeur of golf and sce
Cape Kidnappers Will Steal Your Balls (and your heart)!
Epic Golf Memories has been fortunate to document and preserve memories of bucket list golf experiences at some of the most beautiful spots on earth. The Old Course at St Andrews. Carnoustie. Pebble Beach. Royal County Down. Kingsbarns. Old Head. We are thrilled to add Cape Kidnappers Golf Course, a 2004 Tom Doak design that is as challenging as it is scenic, to that ever-growing list. Googling photos of CK provides many unbelievable aerial shots, but only our Epic photograph