Putting The Zeal In New Zealand\nThree weeks in New Zealand and Tasmania reveal the bold and the beautiful, on and off the course\nThree weeks in New Zealand and Tasmania reveal the bold and the beautiful, on and off the course\nThe sixth (left) and seventh holes at Jack's Point Golf Course in Queenstown.\nJack's Point Golf Course holes 16, 17 and 18.\nKauri Cliffs in Northland is 19th among Golf Digest's 100 Best Courses Outside the United States.\nBarnbougle Dunes (foreground) and Barnbougle Lost Farm (background), on a side trip to Bridport, Tasmania, are ranked 14th and 28th among Golf Digest's 100 Best Courses Outside the United States.\nKauri Cliffs's hole No. 17.\nKauri Cliffs' seventh and sixth holes.\nQueenstown Golf Club sits on a peninsula.\nAn aerial view of Cape Kidnappers, the sister course of Kauri Cliffs on New Zealand's North Island.\nThe 14th through 17th holes at Cape Kidnappers in Hawke's Bay.\nThe second hole, with the green in the foreground, at Kinloch Golf Club in Taupo.\nQueenstown Golf Club's sixth and fourth holes.\nThe Hills, hole No. 17.\nParaparaumu Beach Golf Club in Waimarama: hole No. 2.\nArrowtown Golf Club is located a mere 20 minutes from Queenstown. Hole No. 8 is pictured here.\nGolf Harbor Country Club is in Auckland: a stunning hole No. 16.\nThe 18th hole at The Hills.\nTitirangi Golf Club in Auckland: hole No. 6.\nWairakei Golf and Sanctuary in Taupo: hole No. 12.\nTe Pohue Golf Club in Hawkes Bay has electric fences around the greens to keep the sheep off the putting surface. Honor box for payment of green fees: ten dollars for 18 holes, five dollars for 9 holes.\nEuropean vacationers take to the Frankton Golf Course next to the Queenstown airport.