The brilliant white sand for these bunkers at Titirangi golf course, on the Whangaparāoa Peninsula, has come from a clay pit. A by-product of processing halloysite clay is coarse silica sand – ideal for trapping wayward golf shots.
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Photograph by Chris Pitman
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