Your Queenstown Golf Holiday

Queenstown is a year-round golfing destination with a world-class selection of
courses for everyone from beginner golfers to seasoned pros.


As well as six spectacular golf courses located within 25 minutes’ drive from the
centre of town, Queenstown is home to a number of top golfing events and a
selection of excellent golf tour operators.

Off the green you’ll be spoilt for choice with Queenstown’s diverse selection of activities, from skiing and snowsports to biking, walking, adventure activities, wine tours and everything in between!

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When to Play: Queenstown’s Seasons

You can play golf at any time of year in Queenstown but the best playing conditions are in spring, summer and autumn. During these seasons (October to April) expect mild to warm conditions with maximum daily temperatures of between 18 and 26 degrees Celsius. In winter (June to August) temperatures are much colder with the daily maximum often less than 10 degrees Celsius. Regardless of the season -  bring your camera, the views on all of Queenstown's golf courses are sensational!

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Getting to Queenstown’s Golf Courses

From your central Queenstown accommodation, you will require transport to reach any of the local golf courses. As well as rental vehicles and taxis, you can contact any of Queenstown’s golf specialists to assist in arranging your golf transport and more.

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Golf Equipment

If you opt to arrange your own equipment, golf clubs, shoes, golf carts and/or trundlers can all be hired from any of Queenstown’s golf courses at the time of your game. It is also possible to book your golf equipment in advance from central Queenstown.

If you choose to bring your own golf clubs, make sure you check the oversized baggage or sports equipment fees that may apply if flying into Queenstown:

New Zealand’s golfing dress code is comparatively relaxed. Dress code requirements on Queenstown’s golf courses are soft spikes, a golf shirt and dress trousers, shorts or a skirt.

Queenstown is a year-round golf destination, but it pays to be prepared for the seasonal conditions! A light wind jacket and sweater are recommended at any time of year. In winter, a warmer jacket and hat may be necessary. In summer, a sunhat, sunglasses and sunscreen are recommended.

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Golfing in New Zealand

Playing golf in New Zealand is a leisurely and scenic experience, with some key differences that international visitors should note:

  • Often, golfers will walk the length of the golf course, enjoying the views as they go. Electric golf carts are available for hire at some golf courses but availability may be limited.
  • New Zealand golf courses don’t have caddies; instead, players will transport their own clubs in a trundler (hand cart) or golf cart.
  • In New Zealand you won’t find regular comfort stations on a golf course. Rather, players enjoy the facilities at the course’s clubhouse before and after the game. A clubhouse will usually include a bar, dining options, toilets and changing facilities.

 

Queenstown's golf courses

Six golf courses, all within a 25 minute drive appeal to every level of golfer - whether it's the lush immaculately groomed greens of a resort course or a simple fairway with rugged mountain peaks as a backdrop.

To find your perfect match click on the golf courses at a glance pop up below.

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Organised Golf Tours & Packages

The easiest way to arrange your Queenstown golfing holiday is with one of our local golf tour operators. Using their local expertise, Queenstown’s golfing specialists can assist with all aspects of your golfing holiday, arranging everything from transport, equipment hire and green fees to all-inclusive golf packages. The only thing you’ll need to think about is your handicap!

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