Overview

At a Glance

  • When

    Flexible dates as desired

  • Package

    7 nights / 4 games of golf

  • Golf

    Jacks Point (x2)

    Millbrook Resort

    Arrowtown

    ** All golf includes shared motorised carts **

  • Accommodation

    7 nights accommodation

    Either 4 star at Glebe Apartments with NO breakfast incl (4 bedroom, 3 bathroom apartment) OR

    5 star Hotel St Moritz with daily breakfast (Lake view room)

  • Drive

    Airport and Golf transfers OR Car Hire arrangements

  • Pricing

    All pricing based on 8 golfers (and subject to seasonal rates and availability)

    • 4 star Twin share: from NZ$1,730.00 per person (Glebe apartments - 8 share of a 4 bdrm, 3 bthrm apartment)
    • 5 star Twin share: from NZ$2,890.00 per person (Hotel St Moritz - 2 share in a Lakeview room)
    • Single supplement: price on application

Check out this great 7 night, 4 game Queenstown package. Combining 7 nights accommodation close to the very scenic Lake Wakatipu, with 4 games of golf with spectacular Queenstown scenery and a host of other inclusions and you have the makings of a very memorable golf trip!

Pricing Notes

  1. All pricing is subject to availability at the time your booking is made 
  2. Excludes airfares
  3. Excludes other meals
  4. Excludes travel insurance
  5. Excludes other personal expenses

Points to Note:

  • All bookings must be made in advance
  • A deposit of AU$500 per person within 7 days of confirmation is required to secure your arrangements
  • Full payment is due no later than 30 days prior to your arrival date  

To find out more or to make a booking contact GOLFSelect using the enquire now link.

Itinerary Day-by-Day

Day 1
Flights Fly to Queenstown.
Car Collect your rental car and drive to your accommodation.
Accommodation
St Moritz Queenstown   
Idyllically situated in the heart of Queenstown and with wonderful views overlooking Lake Wakatipu to The Remarkables mountain range, Hotel St Moritz, recently re-branded as MGallery by Sofitel, embodies the spirit of its location.
Day 2
Golf
Arrowtown Golf Club (18 holes of golf with shared motorised cart) 
The picturesque Arrowtown Golf Club is set in Central Otago, one of New Zealand's most historic and scenic regions. The golf course is surrounded by mountains and has superb views from every fairway. Historic stone cottage ruins nestle amongst towering trees, a legacy of Arrowtown's pioneers.
Accommodation
St Moritz Queenstown   
Idyllically situated in the heart of Queenstown and with wonderful views overlooking Lake Wakatipu to The Remarkables mountain range, Hotel St Moritz, recently re-branded as MGallery by Sofitel, embodies the spirit of its location.
Day 3
Golf
Jack's Point (18 holes of golf with shared motorised cart) 
The course is bounded by the Remarkables mountain range and Lake Wakatipu. It traverses through wetland to the lake edge encountering steep bluffs, indigenous vegetation and wildlife. It is designed to work with nature, not against it. Fairways are designed with minimal excavation and careful plantings to complement the natural environment, but also to give the golfer a fighting chance. Jack's Point is sited on the elbow of Lake Wakatipu and at the foot of the Remarkables mountain range. It?s the largest parcel of land to be comprehensively developed by one entity in the history of New Zealand.
Accommodation
St Moritz Queenstown   
Idyllically situated in the heart of Queenstown and with wonderful views overlooking Lake Wakatipu to The Remarkables mountain range, Hotel St Moritz, recently re-branded as MGallery by Sofitel, embodies the spirit of its location.
Day 4
Sights Day at leisure. Perhaps a good chance to do a morning or afternoon flight down to the magnificent Milford Sound!
Accommodation
St Moritz Queenstown   
Idyllically situated in the heart of Queenstown and with wonderful views overlooking Lake Wakatipu to The Remarkables mountain range, Hotel St Moritz, recently re-branded as MGallery by Sofitel, embodies the spirit of its location.
Day 5
Golf
Millbrook Resort (18 holes of golf with shared motorised cart) 
Millbrook Resort's spectacular par 72 championship golf course, designed by New Zealand's renowned master golfer, Sir Bob Charles, is enjoyed by enthusiasts from around the world. Challenging for both higher and lower handicap golfers, the Millbrook Resort course is one of the most impressive international golf arenas in the world. Featuring impeccably groomed fairways and greens, demanding hazards, and meandering water courses, surrounded by the alpine backdrop of the Remarkables Mountain Range, golf at Millbrook Resort is an exhilarating experience.
Accommodation
St Moritz Queenstown   
Idyllically situated in the heart of Queenstown and with wonderful views overlooking Lake Wakatipu to The Remarkables mountain range, Hotel St Moritz, recently re-branded as MGallery by Sofitel, embodies the spirit of its location.
Day 6
Sights Day at leisure. Explore the many fun filled activities of Queenstown. Optional golf at the very private and exclusive Hills GC may be included.
Accommodation
St Moritz Queenstown   
Idyllically situated in the heart of Queenstown and with wonderful views overlooking Lake Wakatipu to The Remarkables mountain range, Hotel St Moritz, recently re-branded as MGallery by Sofitel, embodies the spirit of its location.
Day 7
Coach Return golf transfers included.
Golf
Jack's Point (18 holes of golf with shared motorised cart) 
The course is bounded by the Remarkables mountain range and Lake Wakatipu. It traverses through wetland to the lake edge encountering steep bluffs, indigenous vegetation and wildlife. It is designed to work with nature, not against it. Fairways are designed with minimal excavation and careful plantings to complement the natural environment, but also to give the golfer a fighting chance. Jack's Point is sited on the elbow of Lake Wakatipu and at the foot of the Remarkables mountain range. It?s the largest parcel of land to be comprehensively developed by one entity in the history of New Zealand.
Accommodation
St Moritz Queenstown   
Idyllically situated in the heart of Queenstown and with wonderful views overlooking Lake Wakatipu to The Remarkables mountain range, Hotel St Moritz, recently re-branded as MGallery by Sofitel, embodies the spirit of its location.
Day 8
Notes Check out of accommodation after breakfast.
Coach Transfer to Queenstown Airport after golf.
Flights Catch your flight home.

Golf Courses

Arrowtown Golf Club

166 Centennial Avenue
Arrowtown, NZSOUTH
New Zealand

Region: Queenstown

Arrowtown Golf Club

The picturesque Arrowtown Golf Club is set in Central Otago, one of New Zealand's most historic and scenic regions. The golf course is surrounded by mountains and has superb views from every fairway. Historic stone cottage ruins nestle amongst towering trees, a legacy of Arrowtown's pioneers.

The picturesque Arrowtown Golf Club is set in Central Otago, one of New Zealand's most historic and scenic regions. This Golf Course is a must play when visiting Queenstown, surrounded by mountains the 18 hole course has superb views from every fairway.

Each hole has its own attraction and the diverse and challenging course attrac ts players from all over the world. Historic stone cottage ruins nestle amongst towering trees, a legacy of Arrowtown's pioneers.

Arrowtown's link with its goldmining past is highlighted in the names of holes: Sons of Fortune and Golden Arrow, which border the once rich, goldbearing Arrow River.

The Arrowtown Golf Club is open all year round and welcomes green fee players.

Course Information

Par:
ACR:
Length (m):
Architect:
Design Year:

Playing Tips

1
Par 3, Length 162m

The Race - A Par 3 of 162 metres, downhill, requires that the golfer be immediately on target. A natural gully "donga" runs diagonally across the line of the hole and therefore the shot is all carry.

2
Par 5, Length 501m

Johnny Walker - It is a tight driving hole with a narrow target area. The shot into the green needs to be well directed as anything straying left, or long gets punished by a steep gully and difficult rough.

3
Par 4, Length 310m

Punch Bowl - This hole typifies the course. It's a reasonably short par 4 of 310 metres but shot placement needs to be precise. The green is elevated and bowl shaped; approach shots that do not fly to the green can be kicked away by the surrounding slopes and rock features that protect the green. There is no straight putt on this green, so finishing out can also prove a challenge.

4
Par 4, Length 324m

Nobby Dick - An open but demanding driving hole. To the left is a ridge of rock outcrop, which separates holes 3 and 4 and extends the full length of the hole. To the right the driver is forced to carry a steep diagonal terrace that will push your ball further right and leave a difficult approach to the green. Only the very long hitters can open up the green, and even then a good golf shot is required to the plateau green, protected on three sides by rock features and slopes that make scoring difficult unless you are on the putting surface.

5
Par 4, Length 342m

Virtue - A hole where it pays to stay on the top side of the fairway with your drive, to avoid playing your second shot, not being able to see the green. Again the shot into the green is very important. If you miss it, the only good place is short.

6
Par 3, Length 133m

Waterloo - A target hole across a donga to the green slightly higher than the tee. Your shot needs to carry all the way to the green or risk running back to the floor of the donga.

7
Par 4, Length 299m

The Road - A short Par 4, probably the most straightforward hole on the course, as long as you hit it straight from the elevated tee. Out of Bounds behind the green.

8
Par 4, Length 288m

Soho - A Par 4 with plenty off natural hazards including a deep "Donga" on the left. A rock outcrop in front of the green demands a well judged approach and when you get there the green offers no easy putts.

9
Par 4, Length 329m

Look Out - A lovely elevated tee from which you can see a good part of the course, presents this hole. Do not miss your drive on the left or "ball B" will be required. A good drive will leave a short iron shot into an interesting green.

10
Par 5, Length 416m

Black Angel - A short Par 5 for the Men, reachable in two by many golfers. The sloping green with drop offs front, left and back and a high knob between the green and out of bounds fence on the right, most often see discretion overcoming valor. An up and down on this hole is something to be proud of.

11
Par 4, Length 360m

Shanahans - A longer par 4 where positioning of the ball off the tee is of prime importance. In the trees on the left is the remains of "Shanahan's Cottage" which has been adopted as the logo of the Club.

12
Par 3, Length 156m

Garibaldi - A mid range Par 3, with a hill on the left, which tends to deceive distance judgment, out of bounds right to intimidate you. This hole looks straight forward only from green to tee.

13
Par 5, Length 459m

Tipperary - A lovely Par 5. The elevated tee presents the complete layout so you can plan your way to the hole. Out of Bounds along the full length of the right hand side only threatens the very wayward, as there is plenty of room for error on the fairway. A shallow green makes your approach shot extra important.

14
Par 3, Length 187m

Defiance - An uphill Par 3 that always plays every bit of its 187 metres. The fairway slopes from the right hand side into a narrow green and drops away on the left side. Always a challenge.

15
Par 4, Length 375m

Golden Arrow - A long Par 4 for the men but a shorter prospect for the ladies. Out of Bounds follows the right side of the fairway and around the back of the green. The wilderness beyond will hide a ball from all but the very determined. Two very good shots are required to reach the green and secure par

16
Par 3, Length 139m

Sons of Fortune - Nickname - Sabrina. A real target Par 3, if you miss the green miss it short otherwise she will get you. Watch the Out of Bounds on the right behind the green.

17
Par 4, Length 349m

Homeward Bound - A good Par 4, which both tests your driving as well as your approach shot skills. Out of Bounds along the right hand side and trees at tee shot length on the left, keeps it all tight. An hour or so beyond the end of the Macetown road, you might find the remains of the old Homeward Bound Battery.

18
Par 4, Length 324m

Lady Fayre - A superb golf hole. Off the tee the pond to the left comes into play for most golfers, to the right the rocky terrace requires a huge carry to clear them. A deep 'donga' protects the green across the front and when you get to it the subtle slopes present a putting challenge. You must come up with a strategy that suits your ability and "deliver on it" if par is your desire.

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Jack's Point

McAdam Drive, Jacks Point
Queenstown, NZSOUTH, 9349
New Zealand

Region: Queenstown

Jack's Point

The course is bounded by the Remarkables mountain range and Lake Wakatipu. It traverses through wetland to the lake edge encountering steep bluffs, indigenous vegetation and wildlife. It is designed to work with nature, not against it. Fairways are designed with minimal excavation and careful plantings to complement the natural environment, but also to give the golfer a fighting chance. Jack's Point is sited on the elbow of Lake Wakatipu and at the foot of the Remarkables mountain range. It?s the largest parcel of land to be comprehensively developed by one entity in the history of New Zealand.

The 7150 yard (6538 metre) course at Jack's is open for residents of Jack's Point to play but won’t open to green-fee players until the summer of 2008/09.

The course is bounded by the Remarkables mountain range and Lake Wakatipu. It traverses through wetland to the lake edge encountering steep bluffs, indigenous vegetation and wildlife.
It is designed to work with nature, not against it. Fairways are designed with minimal excavation and careful plantings to complement the natural environment, but also to give the golfer a fighting chance.

Jack's Point is sited on the elbow of Lake Wakatipu and at the foot of the Remarkables mountain range. It’s the largest parcel of land to be comprehensively developed by one entity in the history of New Zealand.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR: 72
Length (m): 6538
Architect: John Darby
Design Year: 2007

Playing Tips

1
Par 4, Length 349m

2
Par 4, Length 375m

3
Par 3, Length 161m

4
Par 4, Length 344m

5
Par 5, Length 467m

6
Par 4, Length 318m

7
Par 3, Length 136m

8
Par 5, Length 492m

9
Par 4, Length 363m

10
Par 4, Length 325m

11
Par 3, Length 195m

12
Par 4, Length 414m

13
Par 3, Length 178m

14
Par 5, Length 506m

15
Par 4, Length 350m

16
Par 4, Length 423m

17
Par 5, Length 565m

18
Par 4, Length 427m

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Millbrook Resort

Malaghans Road
Arrowtown, NZSOUTH
New Zealand

Region: Queenstown

Millbrook Resort

Millbrook Resort's spectacular par 72 championship golf course, designed by New Zealand's renowned master golfer, Sir Bob Charles, is enjoyed by enthusiasts from around the world. Challenging for both higher and lower handicap golfers, the Millbrook Resort course is one of the most impressive international golf arenas in the world. Featuring impeccably groomed fairways and greens, demanding hazards, and meandering water courses, surrounded by the alpine backdrop of the Remarkables Mountain Range, golf at Millbrook Resort is an exhilarating experience.

Millbrook Resort's spectacular par 72 championship golf course, designed by New Zealand's renowned master golfer, Sir Bob Charles, is enjoyed by enthusiasts from around the world.

Set amidst a spectacular alpine amphitheatre, strategic use of water sand traps ensure exciting and demanding golf. Measuring 6,412 metres (7,013 yards) from the back tees the design emphasises the natural features of the site, each hole having its own particular identity in terms of both strategy and landscape setting.

Challenging for both higher and lower handicap golfers, the Millbrook Resort course is one of the most impressive international golf arenas in the world. Featuring impeccably groomed fairways and greens, demanding hazards and meandering water courses, surrounded by the alpine backdrop of the Remarkables Mountain Range, golf at Millbrook Resort is an exhilarating experience.

Extensive practice facilities, including putting and chipping greens, bunkers, and driving ranges are complemented by the professional golf school and expert golf pros.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR: 72
Length (m): 6420
Architect: Sir Bob Charles (1993), Glenn Turner
Design Year: 2008

Playing Tips

1
Par 5, Length m

Remarkables 1 - The best line off the tee is close to the fairway bunkers, but unless you can reach the green in two the right half of the fairway is just fine.

2
Par 3, Length m

Remarkables 2 - Take enough club to make the green but avoid going past the pin - this green can be really nasty from behind the hole!

3
Par 4, Length m

Remarkables 3 - The left-hand side of the fairway affords the best look at the green but beware those bunkers.

4
Par 4, Length m

Remarkables 4 - As close to the fairway bunkers as you dare - this fairway has a nasty slope from left to right for anything right of centre.

5
Par 5, Length m

Remarkables 5 - If you want to attack this green in two then you must drive accurately. Beware the central bunker, the left-to-right slope will gather the ball into the sand.

6
Par 3, Length m

Remarkables 6 - What you see is what you get. The middle of the green is never a bad option.

7
Par 4, Length m

Remarkables 7 - To go or not to go? If you're going for the green the central bunker lurks. Maybe a lay-up makes more sense.

8
Par 4, Length m

Remarkables 8 - Beware this steeply sloping green. If the pins on the front don?t be long.

9
Par 4, Length m

Remarkables 9 - The best line is up the left half, the simplest up the right. But from the right there's that pesky front bunker.

10
Par 4, Length m

Coronet 1 - A drive up the right opens up the green - but if you want a little more room the left half of the fairway is the spot. Be up with your approach - anything short will probably come back.

11
Par 3, Length m

Coronet 2 - Beware the tier across the middle of the green. If the pins on the left, err short. If it's on the right, there's a little more room right than there at first appears.

12
Par 4, Length m

Coronet 3 - This fairway is quite wide past the bunker, but the left half is much better. If you can't get your second to the green then a lay-up short of the central bunker might be a good option. How brave are you?

13
Par 4, Length m

Coronet 4 - If you can fly the cross bunker then the left half of the fairway is position A. If the pin is towards the back then a little short of the hole might be sensible.

14
Par 4, Length m

Coronet 5 - From the right half of the fairway your approach is slightly longer but the running shot is an option. From the left better to fly your ball all the way.

15
Par 5, Length m

Coronet 6 - Which way is the best way? The pin placement on this hole may dictate where you want your second to be. The island fairway is usually best - and a little larger than it appears. But it is an island...

16
Par 3, Length m

Coronet 7 - Club selection is vital. The rock wall looks daunting but may act as a backstop. Left is to be avoided.

17
Par 4, Length m

Coronet 8 - The pin is the key. Back left or back right and angle is more important than distance from the tee. Unless you think you can drive the green of course...

18
Par 5, Length m

Coronet 9 - How brave dare you be? Once your tee shots away, it's the lay-up that tantalises. Closer is better, but accuracy then becomes paramount. Much more room if you lay back shorter - but then there's the water in front of the green!

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Queenstown Golf Club - Kelvin Heights Golf Course

Peninsula Road
Queenstown, NZSOUTH
New Zealand

Region: Queenstown

Queenstown Golf Club - Kelvin Heights Golf Course

Queenstown Golf Course (formely Kelvin Heights Golf Course) is situated in the amphitheatre of the Remarkable Mountains and offers a unique opportunity to play on what is internationally regarded as one of the more picturesque golf courses in the world.

The Queenstown Golf Club is home to two distinct golf courses - Kelvin Heights and Frankston. 

Kelvin Heights Golf Course is set on the Peninsula surrounded by Lake Wakatipu. The course is situated in the amphitheatre of the Remarkable Mountains and offers a unique opportunity to play on what is internationally regarded as one of the more picturesque golf courses in the world.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR: 72
Length (m): 6103
Architect:
Design Year:

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