The Hills Golf Course Queenstown

The Hills golf course is situated in Arrowtown near Queenstown. It was designed by Darby Partners and opened in 2007 to host the New Zealand Open. An amazing course set over five hundred acres of land across the most beautiful glacial valley. The Hills is home to an incredible array of flora including native brown top grasses and wild native mountain tussocks.

World Class Golfing Experience

The championship course layout is a challenge for even the best of golf players. Plenty of thought and consideration was given to the design so that it's enjoyable for all skill levels and abilities. The most beautiful of golf courses enjoying lakes, waterways and wetland areas.

The Hills Golf Club House

The Hills Golf Club House has been designed by Andrew Patterson (Patterson Associates Ltd), a supreme award winner in the New Zealand Institute of Architects Resene Awards for Architecture. The complex is shortlisted as a finalist in the inaugural world architecture festival in Barcelona in October. The clubhouse is a sophisticated bunker with less than a quarter if it above the ground, designed to integrate seamlessly with the stunning landscape. The roof is topped with native tussock and the floor to ceiling windows and deck enjoy a grandstand view of the eighteenth green.

The Hills Green Fees

Peak Golf Queenstown provide a green fees booking service for The Hills golf club. Book your The Hills golf course green fees and reserve a round today by calling Steve Jensen on 021 784 339. We can also provide luxury van transport to and from your hotel accommodation to complete your golfing experience.

Sculptures in the Park

The beautiful lakes and waterways are accompanied by the most stunning array of sculptures which have been create by both local and internationally renowned artists. Sir Michael has created this contemporary sculpture park to house a diverse range of art. Examples of art featured in the park to date mostly Australasian, however 'The Wolves are Coming' is a major feature from China and the beginning of the the expansion of it's international art collection.

10th Bridge - solace in the wind

The figure arching back, embracing the elements evokes a desire to be alone with one's thoughts. Lonely, naked and vulnerable, its physicality reflects a psychological state that many people would identify with. Yet the expression on the face is deliberately ambiguous. Does he have his eyes closed in anguish or has he found calm? Retaining a classical sense of strength and control he leans almost precariously into the wind. It captures that moment before letting go, both physically and emotionally.

7th tee - the frolic and fancy

Made of cast iron, weighing about 1.5 tonnes and around 2.7 metres tall, it is unusual for a sculptor to work on such a scale in cast iron, "As you come around the corner from the 6th, you suddenly happen upon this brood, it's very striking'' says Patte the creator. The herd is made up of a male and female, and slightly farther away, a female and 2 males, the males seem to be frolicking about, each with a distinctive and playful look on their faces.