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7 Day - Golf Holiday - Hole In One

7 Day - Golf Holiday - Hole In One

Experience some of the best local golf courses in the South Island, showcasing our culture, community spirit, and country charm in stunning surroundings.

This private guided tour is for a group of friends, families or associates (from 4-10 people) who want to enjoy golf with a more local feel. These selected golf courses are not just about golf; our experts have hand-picked them for their qualities, narrative, and scenic beauty. 

So while embracing your passion for golf, you will also experience some of the most spectacular highlights of the South Island.

(Please enquire about a North Island Golf package)


Day 1: Christchurch - Clearwater Golf Club:
  • The Clearwater Golf Course has been a venue for international professional golf for over 13 consecutive years. Yet, it offers a fair and rewarding challenge to all visitors from the six tee choices. Clearwater Golf Club, hosts of several New Zealand Women's Opens, is one of New Zealand's best examples of target golf, providing both scenery and challenge. 
Night 1: Stay in Christchurch city centre.
  • Recommended activity - Walk in the new inner city, visit Riverside Market, or go Punting on the Avon River. 
  • Extra charges may apply.


Day 2: Canterbury - Geraldine District Golf Club:
  • Fancy a round of golf in delightful country surroundings? The Geraldine District Golf Club is the place for you. The course 'Denfield' is situated on the Orari Back Road, just 5 km from the centre of one of the most attractive rural service towns in Canterbury. The 5544-meter layout is noted for its delicate plantings of trees and shrubs, magnificent greens, and beautiful views of the nearby mountains.
Night 2: Stay in Lake Tekapo.
  • Recommended activity: Scenic flight over Glaciers. Picturesque by day and dazzling by night, Lake Tekapo is part of a UNESCO Dark Sky Reserve, making it the perfect spot for stargazing.
  • Extra charges may apply.


Day 3: Travel to Lake Wanaka: 
  • Located in the spectacular Alps of the South Island, people are drawn to the Wanaka region's outstanding beauty. The stunning mountain, lakeside setting, and proximity to Mt Aspiring National Park, a Unesco World Heritage Area, making it the ultimate base for outdoor activities. 
Stay at Lake Wanaka (2 nights): 
  • Recommended activity - Mou Wahi Island - Adventure Eco Wanaka cruise/hike.
  • Extra charges may apply.


Day 4: Cromwell/Central Otago - The Cromwell Golf Course:
  • Check out the Cromwell Golf Club when touring around the Wanaka and Otago area. This visitor-friendly golf club is centred in the town of Cromwell, surrounded by mountains and fruit orchards. Plus, it's super affordable and casual. Home of the NZ Open Final Qualifier, the 18-hole tournament course is considered one of the best inland links courses and is located further from the sea than any other course in New Zealand. 
  • Recommended activity: The Cloudy Bay Shed, located on our Northburn Vineyard, just 7 minutes from the town of Cromwell. It is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a tasting, a glass of wine, and light lunch.


Day 5: Queenstown - Jack Point Golf Course: 
  • With a backdrop of 2300 vertical meters of the Remarkables mountain range and an armchair view of outstanding lake panoramas, Jack's Point Golf course is one of the most visually spectacular in the world. As an 18-hole par 72 championship course, it offers golfers an exciting challenge with five tee positions to choose from, providing all golfers with an unforgettable golf experience. 
  • We travel to Te Anau: The picturesque township of Te Anau is the main visitor base for the glacier-carved wilderness that is Fiordland National Park.
Stay at Lake Te Anau (2 nights)


Day 6: Day trip/cruise into Milford Sounds:
  • Scenic trip/cruise at Milford Sounds.
  • One of the most dramatic and beautiful parts of New Zealand, the power of Fiordland's scenery never fails to enthral travellers. This unique natural environment features stunning fiords, spectacular waterfalls, and snow-capped peaks. Ancient rainforest clings impossibly to the mountains; waterfalls tumble hundreds of meters into massive fiords; shimmering lakes and granite peaks look the same today as they did a thousand years ago. On all sides of the inlets, spectacular waterfalls tumble incessantly as the region's plentiful rainfall finds its way to the sea.


Day 7: Te Anau - Te Anau Golf course: 
  • Situated next to spectacular Lake Te Anau and surrounded by the Fiordland National Park, the Te Anau Golf Club is a hidden gem and one of New Zealand's most picturesque golf courses. Located halfway between Queenstown and Milford Sound, Te Anau is a beautiful place to visit. Stop over for a few days, and with such a magnificent golf course, you'll be glad you did!  
We will take you to Queenstown:
  • Queenstown has transformed into a sophisticated cosmopolitan town, tucked into a picturesque bay on the shores of Lake Wakatipu beneath majestic mountains. There's a permanent buzz in downtown Queenstown, where you'll find fantastic restaurants, a lively bar scene, and excellent shopping. 
Stay in Queenstown to explore.


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Private guided tour for six nights

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