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Arrowtown Golf Club

Arrowtown, South Island, NZ


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    At a Glance

    Course Architect Reg Romans, B.V. Wright
    Par 70
    Course Type Parkland
    Course Length 5,915 Yards / 5,409 Metres
    No. Holes 18


    Situated in a picturesque valley in Arrowtown, within New Zealand’s South Island, lies Arrowtown Golf Club. The club is open year-round and actively encourages visitors. The 18-hole course has superb views of snow-capped mountains in winter and colourful trees in most months. Arrowtown lies in central Otago, just 20-minutes from the adventure capital of the world: Queenstown. Playing like an inland links course, golfers delight in the rustic charm of the golf club, as well as the world-class quality golf course. From humble beginnings in 1911, the Arrowtown Golf Club has transformed into a must-play destination for any Queenstown golf package. We recommend including Arrowtown in a golf package that features Jack’s Point, Millbrook Resort, The Hills and Cromwell golf courses.

    Club Details

    166 Centennial Avenue, Arrow Junction 9371, New Zealand
    +64 3-442 1719

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    Course Description

    The golf course at Arrowtown Golf Club is too short to host a championship tournament. What the golf course lacks in length, it makes up for in scenery. The fairways thread through little valleys, gorges and hillocks, while boulders rise from the ground everywhere, you look. Situated at the bottom of a valley, surrounded by steep mountains, the course spends more time in half-light and shadow than seaside golf courses do; the result is visually spellbinding. Golfers who play seaside links courses or classic parkland courses will find a very different experience at Arrowtown where the golf course appears carved out of the mountains.


    With a par of 70, the Arrowtown golf course brings its charm to each hole which is individually named. The first opens with ‘The Race,’ a par-three 162-metre runner that leads to a par-five named ‘Johnny Walker,’ before a series of par four’s. The golf course has two separate nines split by a road called Centennial Avenue, with the clubhouse in between. This allows you the opportunity to grab a snack halfway through your round. Water comes into play on the eighteenth named ‘Lady Fayre.’

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