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Jacks Point Golf Club (Queenstown)


Jack’s Point championship golf course, carved from former high country station farmland, backdropped by the Remarkables Mountain range and overlooking Queenstown’s Lake.

Wakatipu, is billed as one of the world’s most spectacular courses. The John Darby designed 18-hole par 72 course provides a range of challenges for both experienced and beginner golfers. The 6,388metre undulating course follows natural contours and features tussock grasslands, dramatic rocky outcrops and steep bluffs offset by striking alpine and lake views.

Wetlands and native bush have been preserved and new plantings complement the surrounding environment creating a course where every hole has a unique appeal. Dry stone walls lining the fairways reflect the course’s heritage as a high country farm.

With four tee positions available, Jack’s Point is open to golfers of all levels to experience.

The Hills Golf Club (Queenstown)


The Hills is New Zealand’s most exclusive golf club. Our members and guests enjoy an unparalleled level of service in a unique environment that incorporates a championship golf course with full practice facilities & the finest clubhouse hospitality.

Owned by Kiwi entrepreneur Sir Michael Hill, The Hills has evolved from the modest beginnings of a short par 3 hole to become a world class championship golf course. The 18-hole layout was designed by Darby Partners and opened in 2007 to host the NZ Open.

Set over 500 acres of land across a glacial valley, the layout highlights the dramatic elevation changes and rocky schist outcrops that are a feature of the area.

This championship layout provides a serious challenge for accomplished players while thoughtful and considerate design means that the golf course is equally enjoyable for golfers of all abilities.

Millbrook Golf Club (Queenstown)


Voted the Best Golf Resort in New Zealand for the past three years at the World Travel Awards. Co-host of the BMW New Zealand Open with The Hills, this golf course is a must play for every golfer.

One of the most scenic golf courses in the world, Millbrook is simply an unforgettable Queenstown golfing experience.

With extraordinary photo opportunities at every turn, our championship course offers three fabulous nine hole courses, each named after local prominent Queenstown landmarks- The Remarkables, The Arrow and The Coronet Nine. Voted the Leading Golf Resort in Australasia for the third year running, Millbrook is a five star golf and lifestyle resort.

Arrowtown Golf Club (Queenstown)


Arrowtown Golf Club is a must when playing golf in Queenstown. Surrounded by mountains, the 18 hole course has superb views from every fairway.

The picturesque Arrowtown Golf Club is set in Central Otago, one of New Zealand’s most historic and scenic regions.

Each hole has its own attraction and the diverse and challenging course attracts players from all over the world. The ruins of historic cottages are nestled amongst towering trees, a legacy of Arrowtown’s pioneers.

Take time to play golf in this inspiring setting – it’s unique!

Clearwater Golf Club (Queenstown)


The Clearwater Golf Course has proven itself as a venue for international professional golf over 13 consecutive years, yet it offers a fair challenge to all visitors from the six tee choices. The resort offers fishing, walking and cycling options.

Walk in the footsteps of Clearwater graduates such as Jason Dufner, Bubba Watson and New Zealand’s own World Number 1 Lydia Ko on our manicured fairways and greens surrounded by natural spring-fed lakes.

The course features both the standard Par 72 championship layout (5 tees) and an Executive Par 60 “30|30″ challenge designed by Sir Bob Charles.

We are located just a few minutes from Christchurch Airport.

Kauri Cliffs Golf Club (Hawkes Bay)


Kauri Cliffs is a par 72 championship golf course with ocean views from 15 holes. Ranked in the world top 100. PGA Tour star Brandt Snedeker called it “Pebble Beach on steroids”.

Kauri Cliffs features 18 holes of golf designed by David Harman. 15 holes have spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, 6 of which are played alongside cliffs that plunge to the sea. Both the Cavalli Islands and Cape Brett provide additional backdrop.

The course played host to the 2003 ‘Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf’ match between Fred Couples and Michael Campbell, and the PGA Tour’s Kiwi Challenge in 2008. It has received numerous accolades and awards including being ranked among the Top 100 Golf Courses in the World.

The course is attached to The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs, a luxury Relais & Chateaux Lodge featuring 22 suites and a two-bedroom Owner’s Cottage. The property has three private beaches with multiple activities available.

Cape Kidnappers (Hawkes Bay)


Cape Kidnappers features eighteen holes of golf designed by world renowned golf architect Tom Doak. Completed in 2004, our spectacular New Zealand golf course has been hailed as one of the great modern marvels in golf.

The course has stunning sea views, playing high above the ocean atop dramatic cliffs. It is built on a ridge-and-valley landscape and has been hailed as one of the great modern marvels in golf.

The course played host to the PGA TOUR’s Kiwi Challenge in 2008 and 2009, and has received numerous accolades and awards including its current ranking among the Top 100 Golf Courses in the World. The accompanying Farm at Cape Kidnappers offers spectacular accommodation and is considered to be among the nicest hotels in the world.

Wairakei Golf Club (North Island)


Wairakei lies on 180 hectares of natural rolling countryside, 6460 metres from championship tees with 108 large well placed bunkers and was developed to meet the rigorous design standards required for world-class championship competitions.

Wairakei golf course has been skillfully designed to blend with the surrounding native bush. Prolific birdsong, picturesque scenery and a unique pest-proof sanctuary (the first of its kind) has led to Wairakei being recognised as New Zealand’s number one golf course.

The predator free sanctuary offers a safe haven to fallow deer and many birdlife including mixed colour pheasants, guinea fowl, peking ducks and our nation’s icon, the kiwi, which are all free to roam around the course.

Kinloch Golf Club (North Island)


A Top 100 golf course, the Kinloch Club is a Championship inland links style Jack Nicklaus signature design. Measuring 6519 yards off the white tees, and 7363 yards off the Championship tees, Kinloch offers an exceptional golfing experience.

Sir Bob Charles, on playing Kinloch for the first time, stated “Having just played Kinloch for the first time I can honestly say this is the # 1 golf course in New Zealand. For those unable to play the great links courses of Scotland, Kinloch compares with the best of them. A true links experience with Jack Nicklaus at his best.”

A must-play on any golfing itinerary for visitors to New Zealand, Kinloch is a world-class championship design from top golf course architect Jack Nicklaus (18 times Major winner).

Located in the central North Island, Kinloch is easily accessible from all the main centres, including Auckland (3 hour drive), Rotorua (55 minute drive), Wellington (4 hour drive) and is only a short distance from Taupo.

Royal Wellington (North Island)


A newly designed Turner MacPherson championship course in a stunning parkland setting. Arguably one of the finest club courses and club houses in New Zealand.

Royal Wellington Golf Club is one of New Zealand’s premier golf clubs. Perched beside the Hutt River, the club has hosted 7 NZ Open Championships since 1912 and in 2004 it became the first golf club in the country to receive royal status.

Royal Wellington is noted as being among the finest parkland golf environments in Australasia. Rare native podocarp river plain forest is a backdrop to many of the holes. Its current par 72 18 hole championship course is a demanding test of golf for players of all levels.

Play the course, rich in history and an icon of New Zealand golf.