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Top 5 Golf Courses in Queenstown

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Where to golf in Queenstown?

Queenstown is the alpine town that has everything. Among that “everything” just happens to be several fantastic golf courses! As New Zealand’s highest participation sport, playing golf in Queenstown is a great way to immerse yourself in the Kiwi lifestyle. Queenstown is home to some of the most prestigious and scenically stunning golf course not only in New Zealand but the Southern Hemisphere. We’ll list our favourites in this list of top golf courses in Queenstown.

Not only is Queenstown famous for its world-class golf courses, it has the most unique golf courses in New Zealand. One being the only 27-hole course; another only accessible by helicopter. If Queenstown is just a stop on your golfing tour around New Zealand, be sure to check out 21 Best Golf Courses in New Zealand. Plus, check out more things to add to your Queenstown itinerary in our 10 Queenstown Must-Dos list.

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1. Jack’s Point

It’s impossible to find scenery that doesn’t take your breath away in Queenstown. However, for that iconic Remarkables mountain range backdrop and views of Lake Wakatipu, Jack’s Point is the place to go. 20 minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Queenstown, Jack’s Point takes you on a golfing experience alongside tussock grasslands, rocky outcrops, native bush and rolling greens.

Location: McAdam Drive, Jack’s Point.
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2. Queenstown Golf Club

Set on the magnificent Kelvin Heights Peninsula, Queenstown Golf Club rises high above Queenstown town and Lake Wakatipu. The course is just 15 minutes drive from the centre of town (or faster by water taxi), making it the closest 18 hole course to Queenstown.

Location: 759 Peninsula Road
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3. Millbrook

Spend all day lapping up the big mountain views on New Zealand’s only 27-hole golf course (that’s three different 9-hole courses in one place). The resort has won numerous prestigious awards as a top golf course in Australasia. All levels of golfers can enjoy this course which looks stunning year-round.

Location: 1124 Malaghans Road, Arrowtown.
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4. Over The Top Golf

Ever tried extreme golfing? In the “Adventure Capital of New Zealand” it’s no surprise that Queenstown has an adventurous version of golf. Tee off from 4,000ft above Queensown on a par 3 golf course only accessed by helicopter. They’ll even pick you up from a local golf course, so you can consider this the 19th hole. Book your Over the Top golfing experience here. Check out more adventure activities in Queenstown here.

Location: Blue Hangar, 10 Tex Smith Lane.
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5. The Hills

Often rated as one of the most scenic golf courses in New Zealand, The Hills is a rewarding and breathtaking golfing experience. While its championship course designed by Darby Partners should be the thing the course is renowned for, in fact, it’s the sculpture park throughout the course that gives it the “wow” factor. As The Hills is primarily a member’s club, forward booking is advised for visitors.

Location: Rapid 164 McDonnell Road, Arrowtown
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