Top standard golf course in central Hamilton catering for all abilities. Full pro shop with hire equipment, trundlers and carts. Full bar and catering for lunch before and a drink after. Functions

Hamilton Golf Club and St Andrews Golf Course, is one of New Zealands premier golf clubs. St Andrews strives to be the provider of golf and lifestyle experiences in the region, primarily catering for its members, the visiting golf enthusiast and its local community.

Hamilton Golf Club is the venue for the annual 72 Hole Waikato Strokeplay, the annual Perry Pro-am & has hosted the New Zealand Amateur & in 2010 the Queen Sirikit.

The St Andrews Golf Course is located on the northern side of Hamilton so is only just over an hours drive from central Auckland making it a great course to visit on your days off. It is just a few minutes drive from the centre of the city and has a well stocked pro shop and full bar and catering facilities.

Facilities and Services

Pricing and Conditions

High Season
$30-$50 (Adult)


Business Hours
Pro shop open 8am to 5pm, 7 days.
Months of Operation
All Year


Proximity To Airport
30 minutes drive Hamilton airport, 90 minutes drive Auckland airport
Proximity To Coach Terminal
10 minutes drive from coach terminal
Proximity To Town
10 minutes drive from the CBD


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