Clark from Thorndon in Wellington wants everyone to know just how good he is at golf.
Here\'s the proof.
Congratulations Clark and we hope you enjoyed your prize on the Huka Jet.
We know what came first...it was golf.
This chicken crossed the road successfully to the Hole in One and caused quite a stir when he / she / it timed the shot sweetly.
All shapes, sizes, countries, ghosts, devils, goats and other impersonators are welcome at the Hole in One.
Stag and Hens do\'s are a must !!!
David Reckless. Living up to his name and throwing caution into the air David aced the white flag for a Rock n Ropes Adventure.
Well done David. See you again soon.
Ma and Pa were very discrete about the arrival of these ducklings. We didn\'t even know they were nesting on the beach. Within a day they are growing and accepting offerings from the public.
So cute we had to take a photo.
We applied for a resource consent a few months ago to bring the site up to International Standards. As part of the consent we applied for new signage. The flag shown here is one of two erected on our light poles which helps tourists identify our site better and promotes a professional image.
The bus has been branded, the new tee area laid, the dacite pillars (Tauhara Stone) are half completed as is the fence.
The site should be complete by Labour weekend (weather permitting) and our journey complete.
Thank you to the Taupo District Council Reserves Department and the Planning Department for seeing our vision and granting consent to upgrade the site. Taupo now has an attraction worthy of promoting to Tourists.
Also thanks go our builder Steve Fox, planner Joanne Lewis, Stonemason Shane Shine, Electrician Scottys Electrical, Signmaker Peter Arthur, Designer Wayne Gillies and Web designer Nick Betteridge of Web Collective.
We will put up a final page when all is complete.