Arrowtown, Otago 9348
27 holes. Open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
Rural countryside, resort villas and high mountains.
Original design by Bob Charles. Redesign of closing holes of Arrow-nine and design of the Coronet-nine, Greg Turner (2009).
Above distances are for the Remarkables - Coronet combination. The Arrow-nine at 3034 m from back tees, is slightly shorter than the other two nines.
19 km NE of Queenstown / 1 km W of Arrowtown centre.
FROM Hwy 6, approx 12 km east of Queenstown, turn into Lake Hayes Rd and head north, direction Arrowtown. After 5 km turn left into Malaghans Rd, direction Queenstown via Coronet Peak. After 800 m turn left into Millbrook Resort. | FROM the centre of Arrowtown, follow signs for Queenstown via Coronet Peak. Just outside Arrowtown centre, turn right into Malaghans Rd; after 800 m turn left into Millbrook Resort.
Millbrook Resort: Surrounded by high mountains and tree covered hills on all sides, Millbrook provides one of the very best resort experiences on the golfers' and non-golfers' trail in New Zealand. The golf, just one of many activities, is played on a full-blooded and immaculately maintained championship layout, designed by no less a golfing great than Sir Bob Charles. With outstanding scenery throughout, the course can be easy-going or tough and long - the choice is yours, depending on which tees you select.
Resort real estate does come into play on a few holes, but the overall feel is generally that of natural mountain splendour. The good-width fairways are set in a relatively open environment, accompanied by many pot bunkers and water hazards on at least seven of the holes. The superb greens are shaped and sized according to the demands of each hole, some large and slopey, others quite small. When recent tree-planting starts to mature, especially on the flatter back-nine, the course at Millbrook will simply continue to improve beyond the excellent experience that it already offers.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Worth booking ahead to ensure tee-time availability, especially at weekends.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, Stay&Play packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Non-metal spike facility. Walking permitted at all times. Golf carts available for hire.
The Milltown luxury resort occupies what was originally a working farm. The old mill, still with turning waterwheel, is one of several historic buildings on the resort - it is now the Millhouse Restaurant. The use of local schist stone for many of the constructions, and the scattering of old farm machinery here and there, reinforces the resort's historic feel. | Nine new golf holes, the Coronet-nine opened for play in January 2010.
2020 NZ Golf Digest rating: 9th best course in New Zealand.
Malaghans Rd, Arrowtown, Otago.
+64 (0)3 441 7000Visit website
The 5-star Millbrook Resort combines a majestic location with outstanding facilities - a place to relax and unwind, or be as active as you wish. Every need is catered for with Millbrook's championship golf course, award-winning restaurants (including the Sala Sala Japanese restaurant), magnificent spa facility and top quality accommodation.
The Hills; Arrowtown
Queenstown; Jack's Point
22 Hertford Street, Arrowtown
+64 (0)3 442 1936Visit website
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