A Queenstown golf excursion gives all levels of players from novices to top professionals a range of courses within easy access unmatched in the Southern Hemisphere.
Only fifteen minutes drive from your Queenstown accommodation you can find yourself teeing off at a choice of three championship courses.
The Hills, Millbrook and Jack’s Point are all internationally acclaimed courses professionally designed, built and maintained to ensure the highest quality of play and variety to provide an unsurpassed experience for the most seasoned golfer.
Opened in 2007, The Hills was designed and built by John Darby at the request of Sir Michael Hill to create a world class course. Sculptures and award winning architecture match the venue which has since hosted four New Zealand Open tournaments.
Just a few minutes down the road from the Hills, the original 18 hole course was designed by renowned professional Sir Bob Charles
The 27 hole Millbrook Golf course has been voted the Best Golf Resort in Australasia at the 2010, 2011 and 2012 World Travel Awards. Just a few minutes down the road from the Hills, the original 18 holes course were designed by renowned professional Sir Bob Charles. In 2010 Greg Turner Golf designed the additional ‘Coronet Nine.’
Sited beneath the Remarkable Range with views over Lake Wakatipu the Jack’s Point 18 hole par 72 championship course of uses the existing landscape of tussock, rocky outcrops, bluffs and native vegetation to provide players with a quality course in a dramatic environment.
As a cornerstone of the Australasia PGA tour the New Zealand Golf Open returned to the area in 2014 on both Millbrook and The Hills courses.
Also nearby for those keen to make the most of their stay are Queenstown Golf Course on Frankton Arm, Arrowtown Golf Course and highly regarded clubs at Wanaka and Cromwell which all provide golfers with a great range of options for quality play on the links.
The quality of the courses combined with the stunning alpine and lake views surrounding you ensure you will already be planning your next trip when it comes time to leave.