Queenstown Disc Golf

Queenstown Disc GolfDisc golf has been played in and around the Wakatipu for decades, most notably in the Queenstown Gardens. The course in the Gardens was the first permanently marked out course in New Zealand. Starting out with 17 object targets and one lone basket back in 1996, it has grown over the years and has now become a full 18 basket tournament course.

The Queenstown Disc Golf Club was established in 2010 to help maintain the course and develop the sport. The club puts on three annual tournaments, the Queenstown Classic/Paradise Plates, Winterfest Doubles and Tucker Beach Rush. In addition we have a social league and regular pick-up games at 3.30pm on Sundays. We encourage local golfers to join our ladder at Planet Sports, 23 Beach St, following which you may challenge other members at any time.

On the first Sunday of every month, at 3.30pm, we have a trophy round. With a gold coin entry you can join us to play for the trophy, with the winner taking all. Non members are always welcome and encouraged to join in.

We also welcome anyone who would like to contribute to the development of disc golf in the Wakatipu area. Please get in touch if you are interested.

25th Queenstown Classic 2020

South Island Championships – NZDG Major Tour Event

Saturday 26 & Sunday 27 September + Double Tournament 25 September 2020

Queenstown Classic Disc Golf Tournament - Queenstown Gardens, Queenstown
Dates – Main Queenstown Classic Event: Saturday 26, Sunday 27 September, Doubles Event: Friday 25 September 2020
Location – Queenstown Gardens Disc Golf Course, Queenstown, New Zealand
4 x rounds of 25 holes followed by top 4 players overall play 6 extra holes
Please click here for the full event details and online registration