The 18-hole Golf and Country Club Bad Salzuflen (founded in 1956) is located in Ostwestfalen-Lippe between Bad Salzuflen and Herford in the Teutoburg Forest. It is one of the region's most attractive parkland courses. The idyllic course was designed by famous golf course architect Bernhard von Limburger. The old trees and the flair of the hilly landscape inspires golfers of all levels and ambitions. Strategically refined fairways extend over a spacious area. The course with some undulating greens partly defended by bunkers is fair, but not easy to play. Some ponds determine the character of this beautiful golf cours. Golfing skills are required. Enjoy the wonderful views of the landscape of the Teutoburg Forest.
Training facilities: driving range, putting green, practice bunker
Yellow: 5,987 m,, Slope 125
Red: 5,283 m, Slope 131
The idyllic embedded golf course with the character of hilly parkland inspires golfers of all levels. Tricky fairways, ondulated and by bunker protected greens as well as ponds ask for some golfing skills. A demanding but still fair course with beautiful views.
Golf- und Landclub Bad Salzuflen v. 1956 e.V.
32108 Bad Salzuflen
Tel: 0049 (0) 522 2 107 73
Schwaghof 4, 32108 Bad Salzuflen