New Zealand

Central Otago Autumn Golf Classic

This hugely popular event features 5 amazing courses at an affordable price. The competition is both an individual & teams event over 5 rounds with daily and overall prizes.

Experience Itinerary

Sunday 11th April 2021

Registration

Registration 1pm-5pm at the Mount Michael Wines Tasting Centre in Queenstown

Wine, Cheese and Beer Tasting with Mount Michael Wines

Complimentary bus from the Copthorne Hotel (departs 3.00pm / returns 4.30pm)

9.30am Registration continues at each golf club

Clubhouses open for morning tea on Day 1 (included)

10.30am Welcome at each club & Tournament briefing

Field to be split into four even groups for each course

11.00am Shot gun start

Post round food and beverage in the clubhouse (own care) followed by daily prize giving

Breakfast and then transfer to the golf course

10.00am Shot gun start

Post round food and beverage in the clubhouse (own care) followed by daily prize giving

Breakfast and then transfer to the golf course

10.00am Shot gun start

Post round food and beverage in the clubhouse (own care) followed by daily prize giving

Breakfast and then transfer to the golf course

10.00am Shot gun start

Post round food and beverage in the clubhouse (own care) followed by daily prize giving

Breakfast and then transfer to the golf course

9.00am Shot gun start

Post round food and beverage in the clubhouse (own care)

6.00pm - 8.00pm Farewell Prize giving Function, Queenstown

Selected Golf Courses

Alexandra
Par 72
Meters 6001

This club is widely known for its consistently well-presented course with a long and proud tradition. The narrow fairways make the 18-hole course unexpectedly tight with the additional challenge presented by native grasses growing in the rough.

Arrowtown
Par 70
Meters 5409

Arrowtown Golf Club’s course is set in rolling hills on the outskirts of a historic gold-mining town. Formed along the Arrow River below the Crown Range, players almost always have clear views of Coronet Peak and the Remarkables during autumn. The shortest course in the Autumn Classic rotation, big-hitters must weigh up risks and rewards on many holes

Cromwell
Par 72
Meters 6462

Cromwell Golf Club is also more than 100 years old and the championship course was formed over terrain modified by years of gold mining activity and with its strategic plantings of marram grass resembling a coastal course though it is 200km from the sea.

Queenstown
Par 72
Meters 6103

The Kelvin Heights peninsula is the home to the picturesque Queenstown Golf Club, often features in classic Queenstown postcard images taken from the gondola at Bob’s Peak. The course is surrounded by Lake Wakatipu and framed by the Remarkables mountain range, which makes it hard to concentrate on your game. Golfers are afforded amazing views of mountains and shimmering alpine waters at every tee and green.

Wanaka
Par 70
Meters 5496

Players negotiating the front-nine have views over the township to Lake Wanaka and the Mount Aspiring National Park. The back-nine has more of a parkland feel with tree-lined fairways and views of Mt Iron, Mt Gold, and the Cardrona Valley. A challenging layout following natural contours in addition to small greens makes the Wanaka course one to be remembered for more than its imposing scenery.

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