The Golf Resort Sonnenalp-Oberallgäu is situated in the idyllic Allgäu foothills of the Alps. The resort includes two 18-hole championship courses, Sonnenalp and Oberallgäu and the 6-hole short course Gundelsberg. The three courses extend over a gorgeous sunny plateau between Fischen and Bolsterlang. Although each site has its own characteristics, some of the characteristics are identical like ponds, plantings and flower meadows. The courses are challenging and enjoyable for golfers of all handicap levels.
The 18-hole Golf Course Sonnenalp (1975) was designed by the Scottish architect Donald Harradine and renovated in 2006 by Kurt Rossknecht. The beautiful course runs through a slightly hilly landscape, but is nonetheless easy to walk. The ambitious golfer will be challenged by doglegs, ingrown ponds, small streams, bunkers and tricky greens that need technical skill while the less ambitious golfer can enjoy the fair course at the same time.
The 18-hole championship Golf Course Oberallgäu (2004) was designed by the renowned golf course architect Kurt Rossknecht. With a breathtaking 360° panoramic view a round of golf is a special experience. The course Oberallgäu is set against the picturesque scenery of the Nebelhorn and is considered one of the most charming alpine courses in Germany.
The 6-hole short course Gundelsberg can be enjoyed by golf beginners and by everybody else for a quick practice round. The practice facilities with 22 covered tees, a large putting area and a renowned golf school complete the offer.
Sonnenalp 1, D-87527 Ofterschwang