Queenstown disc golf is a great, fun way to pass a few hours, in one of the world's most beautiful locations.
The local Queenstown Disc Golf Club run regular competitions, and local sports stores sell a variety of discs, and can also supply score cards.
You can also hire discs and purchase score cards from the Queenstown Ice Arena in the Queenstown Gardens.
The club run regular competitions which are a lot of fun.
The Queenstown Disc Golf Club also host several tournaments through the year.
The course runs anti clockwise through the picturesque Queenstown Gardens, and was the first marked course in New Zealand.
It features chain targets and a mix of open and forest holes.
It's not overly long, but can be challenging for all skill levels.
It's free to play on the Queenstown Gardens course outside competition times.
The course runs through the Tucker Beach Recreation Reserve on the banks of the Shotover River.
At more than six thousand feet, it's more than 50% longer than the Queenstown Gardens course.
It includes a par five hole at over eight hundred feet in length.
The course is reasonably flat and open, with well marked tees and mature trees, and it's free to play outside competition times.
You can find out more on the Queenstown Disc Golf Club website here.