Queenstown and Otago

The southern-most part of New Zealand has crafted a reputation for itself as a premium tourist destination. Depending on the time of year visited this center of adventure, jet-boating, rafting and skiing can present both opportunity and frustration for the international golfer. 

World-class vineyards dot the landscape and accommodations range from the super-luxury to quaint B&Bs. 

Golfers will not be at a loss for great places to swing a club, with the question being how to utilize their limited time most efficiently!

Jack's Point Golf Course

Nestled amongst the Remarkables and jutting into Lake Wakatipu Jack's point boasts of spectacular golf conveniently located just outside of Queenstown.

The Hills Golf Club

The brainchild of owner Sir Michael Hill, this golf course merges sport and art via its on-course sculpture park. The result is a special experience for players looking for a unique round of golf on the South Island.

Millbrook Resort

Set in a natural, alpine amphitheater against the backdrop of the Remarkables Mountain Range, the golf course at Millbrook delivers great golf with a dramatic terrain.

Arrowtown Golf Club

A course that should not be ignored by golfers searching for a true Kiwi experience, this course is challenging and unique in its use of terrain and native plants. A gem of the country

Chisholm Park Golf Club

Simply one of the better and most overlooked links-style courses you will find in the country- complete with cliff-top views and wonderful opportunities to play the elements off of the sea

The Otago Golf Club

A piece of New Zealand golfing history since 1871, this course, referred to as “Balmacewan” is one of the oldest in the Southern hemisphere

Customer reviews

Here’s a picture of two very satisfied customers for the firms website. I’m happy to give you a testimonial!

—Larry H, New York City

My wife and I, along with Sandy and George, arrived home about two weeks ago from a trip to New Zealand that you facilitated. The four of us have been traveling together for 47 years after meeting in a small Bed & Breakfast in London in 1971.  We have traveled extensively in Europe, Canada, United States, and South America.

New Zealand was a distant stretch for us, and then we asked Julie for help on the recommendation of friends and she took us to you.  And that was our lucky day!

The five weeks we spent in New Zealand were possibly the most seamless, best organized trip we have ever experienced.  The accommodations were outstanding, everyone of them. The accommodations fit very well with the itinerary that we gave to you. Each and everyone exceeded our expectations from Auckland to Invercargill.  The people we met in the B&Bs were very accommodating and attentive to all of our needs. We did not consider them as hosts but rather New Zealand friends.  The food was excellent.  Tour suggested excursions were always right on target.

I believe the only thing that would have made the trip better was to stay longer.  This was meant to be a onetime experience, but already there has been suggestions of a return.

Thank you for your part of this fantastic adventure!

—Carol and Bob P., PA, USA