Enjoy the golf courses in Austria - The country between magnificent mountain scenery, forests and hills, lake districts, with fresh spring water from the mountains, hot springs, the vineyards along the Danube, monasteries and castles, the multicultural capital Vienna, the city of Salzburg, the excellent cuisine and the proverbial hospitality.
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The 27-hole golf club Golfanlage Moosburg-Pörtschach am Wörthersee is located on a high plateau in the middle of a beautiful natural park and can easily be reached from Pörtschach /Wörthersee as well as from Klagenfurt. The parkland-style 18-hole golf course runs through a slightly hilly landscape offering mature trees and great views. Golfers will enjoy a very fair course and unforgettable golf rounds. It provides lots of opportunities to the average player, while top players will be challenged by strategically placed hazard. Better think carefully about how to get the best result.
The 18-hole Golf Club Wien is only about a 15 minutes drive from Vienna's city center and located in the beautiful floodplains of the Prater. Here you will a find stylish golf club and an traditional 18-hole course at the Vienna Freudenau - racecourse included. The Golf Club Wien is member of the Finest Golf Clubs of the World.
Mondsee, Upper Austria
The 18 hole Golfclub Am Mondsee (1989) is situated directly at the lake of Mondsee - only 25 minutes from Salzburg. The championship course is a demanding challenge for every golfer. It is characterized by beautiful views of the surrounding Salzkammergut mountains and by strategically placed bunkers, long fairways and the omnipresent Drachensee (Dragon Lake).
The 18-hole Golf Club Seefeld - Wildmoos on the sunny plateau of the Olympia region Seefeld in Tyrol is located at an altitude of 1,200 m, embedded in the nature reserve Wildmoos. Enjoy great views of the Tyrolean mountains on every fairway. A high class golfing experience! The Golf Club Seefeld - Wildmoos is member of the Leading Golf Courses Austria.
The 18 hole Golf & Country Club Dachstein Tauern (1987) is located close to the famous ski resort of Schladming amidst the Dachstein-Tauern region. The championship course was designed by the German golfer and Master champion Bernhard Langer. Since 1999 the GCC Dachstein Tauern is member of the Leading Golf Courses Austria.
The 18 hole Golf Club Brand (1994) is located at an altitude of 1,000 m in the Brandnertal, surrounded by the mountain panorama and the glacier landscape of the Rätikon. The slightly hilly golf course runs along the idyllic Alvierbach. Magnificent landscapes with dry stonewalls, centennial huts, the majestic mountain massif of Schesaplana and clear mountain streams accompany the golfer on his round.
Weitra, Lower Austria
The 18-hole Golf Club Weitra is located in the upper Waldviertel with amazing views of the castle Weitra. The town of Weitra with its picturesque historical center is the oldest brewery town of Austria. The fairways of the championship course run through a slightly hilly terrain in a varied landscape.
The 18-hole Golf Club Wien-Süßenbrunn (1993) is located in the north of Vienna, only 15 minutes by car from the center. On the former lands of Maria Theresa, the architects Erhardt & Rossknecht have created a links course, which is nicknamed "Ballybunion of Vienna". Light waves, bunkers and water hazards characterize the 18-hole championship course.
Bad Kleinkirchheim, Carinthia
The 18 hole Golfclub Bad Kleinkirchheim – Kaiserburg (1985) was designed by the star architect and golf icon Donald Harradin. The championship golf course "Kaiserburg" in Carinthia is situated in a unique landscape. A picturesque mountain panorama surrounds the golf course. Since 2005 it is among the best golf courses in the Austrian Alps.
The 18-hole championship course blends harmoniously into the landscape of the Pinzgau Saalach valley. Characteristic are the narrow lanes, the snappy roughs and the strategically placed bunkers/sand hazards. Although all 18 holes are very flat, the course always presents a challenge for Pros and experts. As a perfect complement, the golf course offers shorter tee-offs ("Family Course"), a spacious driving range with partially covered tees, as well as a practice area for pitching, putting and bunker practice.
The 27 hole Golf Club Mieminger Plateau is located at the foot of the imposing Mieminger mountain range. Here you get spectacular views of the magnificent Tyrolean mountains. Enjoy the 18-hole championship course, which is one of the longest golf courses in Austria, or play the 9-hole Park Course, where precise iron shots and a good short game are necessary.
The 26-hole Golf Club Radstadt (1991) is located in "Salzburger Land" with spectacular views of the snow covered and impressive Dachstein Mountain and the rugged peaks of Radstädter Tauern. You will find a superbly well-kept 18-hole championship course, a 9-hole academy course, spacious training facilities and of course the golf gondola "Birdie-Jet".
St. Wolfgang, Upper Austria
The 18 hole Golfclub Salzkammergut (1933) is one of Austria's oldest golf courses, located in the center of the Salzkammergut region close to the famous town of Bad Ischl. The course is characterized by old trees, beautiful ponds and a challenging course design. And you will be rewarded with with stunning panoramic views to the mountains of Salzkammergut.
Steinakirchen am Forst, Lower Austria
The 18-hole Golf Club Schloss Ernegg is located south of the Danube in the Mostviertel within the foothills of the Austrian Alps. The championship course runs through the valley of the Erlauf. It offers wide fairways, large greens, challenging roughs, bunkers and many strategically placed water hazards.
The 27 hole Golf Club Wilder Kaiser is located in Ellmau at the foot of the mighty mountain range "Wilder Kaiser". From every fairway you can enjoy the beautiful views of the famous and spectacular mountain scenery. The well-maintained golf course fits perfectly and harmoniously into the natural landscape. The course consists of 3 times 9 holes.
Himberg bei Wien, Lower Austria
The 36-hole Colony Club Gutenhof is located only 10 km south of Vienna in the midst of the old "Auen" forest. Austrias first 36-Hole-Golf Club lies within the Gutenhof Estate. The COLONY CLUB GUTENHOF is without question a piece of Austrias golf heaven. You will enjoy two championship course in traditional park land style.
Aigen im Ennstal, Styria
The 18-hole natural Golf Course of Romantik Hotel Schloss Pichlarn is located in the Austrian town Aigen in Ennstal in Styria. The championship course was designed by the well-known English golf architect Donald Harradine. Nature itself formed the mighty mountain scenery of the "Grimming" and the terrain of the challenging golf course.
Feldkirchen/Donau, Upper Austria
The 18 hole championship course of the Golf Club Donau is located in the heart of the Danube valley. The course is considered one of the most beautiful in Austria. The golf course features comprehensive construction and perfect design. It is characterized by beautiful and wide fairways, tee boxes for different handicap levels, well placed water hazards and natural habitats.
Millstatt am See, Carinthia
The 18-hole Golf Club Millstätter See is located directly on Lake Millstatt, on a sunny plateau, surrounded by a wonderful landscape. You will find a challenging golf course with exceptional views of the surrounding mountains and the lake. The Golf Club Millstätter See repeatedly hosted the European Challenge Tour.
The 18 hole championship course Golf Eichenheim is located on the outskirts of Kitzbühel in a southern exposure, which ensures that the guests can enjoy the last rays of sunshine during the season. Enjoy great views into the valley of Kitzbühel up to the mountain range of the famous "Wilder Kaiser" and on the other side up to the Jochberg pass. Golfing in alpine atmosphere!
The 18-hole championship course of Golf- und Landclub Achensee belongs to the most beautiful courses in the Alps. The "Golf- und Landclub Achensee" was founded in 1934 and is member of the "Leading Golf Courses of Austria". The first hole starts within the town of Pertisau. Wonderful views of Lake Achensee and the powerful scenery of the Karwendel mountains make every game a memorable one.
Braz bei Bludenz, Vorarlberg
The 18 hole Golf Club Bludenz-Braz (1996) is located in the south of Vorarlberg between the Alpine town of Bludenz and the entrance to Klostertal. The golf course is surrounded by a beautiful alpine landscape with meadows, Alp huts, small streams and forests. The hilly course with water hazards offers challenges that are beatable for golf beginners and attractive to the more experienced golfer.
Berg im Drautal, Carinthia
The 9-hole Golf Club Drautal / Berg is located on the banks of the river Drau. The flat and easy to walk golf course is surrounded by the majestic towering trees of a pine forest . The golf club offers a well-managed golf academy, which is ideally suited not only for beginners. Experienced players appreciate the course because of the variety.
Oedt Lebring, Styria
The 36-hole Golf Club Gut Murstätten south of Graz is located at the gateway to the South Styrian Wine Route. The internationally awarded golf facility offers two special golf courses: the 18-hole 'Championship Course' and the 18-hole 'South Course'. Golfclub Gut Murstätten is a member of the Leading Golf Courses of Austria.
The 9-hole Golf Club Montafon was founded in 1989, making it the oldest club in the Vorarlberg region. The flat golf course is located in Schruns -Tschagguns on the banks of the river Ill, lined with magnificent alluvial forest and in the midst of the magnificent mountain scenery of the Montafon. Natural fairways and manicured greens will delight golfers of all levels.
The 18-hole Golf Club Schloss Frauenthal is located near the beautiful town of Graz at the foot of the hills of the Schilcherland in Deutschlandsberg. The golf course near the South Styrian Wine Route meanders through a park landscape around the Renaissance castle Frauenthal and through a beautiful mixed forest.
Oswald, Upper Austria
The 18 hole Golf Club St. Oswald- Freistadt is nestled in the austere beauty of the Mühlviertel hills north of Linz. The course offers old trees, ponds, Mühlviertler granite blocks and beautiful views of the picturesque town. The fairways are adapted to the natural landforms. Overall the course is not only for beginners a sporting challenge.
The 18-hole golf course is only 8 km from the A9 - exit Traboch on a sunny plateau surrounded by the bizarre Eisenerzer Alps. The greens are surrounded by challenging hazards and tricky landscapes, which are often found only on international golf courses.
The 18 hole championship course of Golfclub Urslautal is located in a quiet and natural landscape on a high plateau between Saalfelden and Maria Alm. The course blends harmoniously into the given topography of the landscape and offers beautiful views. The golf course is really varied.
Fuschl am See, Salzburg
The 9-hole Waldhof Golf Club at Lake Fuschl (2009) is located in the Salzkammergut region and offers beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and Lake Fuschl. The hilly golf course is a beautiful holiday course, which is surrounded by lush meadows. Golf beginners as well as experienced golfers feel equally at ease.
The 18 hole championship course of Golf Club Zillertal - Uderns (2014) is the first golf course in the Zillertal. The beautiful landscaped golf course offers fantastic views of the surrounding mountains. In addition to the beautiful mountain views the golf course is characterized by a slightly hilly terrain with orchards, very interestingly designed fairways with bunkers and beautifully designed water hazards.
Ulrichsberg, Upper Austria
The 27 hole Golfpark Böhmerwald is located in the Mühlviertel in the border triangle Austria-Germany-Czech Republic, halfway between Passau and Linz. Experience the charming 18-hole championship course with magnificent views of the surrounding landscape of the Bohemian Forest.
The 18-hole Golfpark Bregenzerwald is located at 650 m embedded in the traditional Bregenzerwald and the nature park Nagelfluhkette. The parkland style golf course with ancient trees and natural meadows runs through the gently rolling Weissach valley.
St. Georgen am Längsee, Carinthia
The 18-hole Jacques Lemans Golfclub St. Veit-Längsee (2013) is located in the historic heart of Carinthia close to the sun city of St. Veit / Glan. The idyllic "middle Carinthian hills", the crystal clear Längsee and the monastery of St. Georgen am Längsee create an impressive backdrop that inspires every golfer.
Maria Wörth, Carinthia
The 18-hole Kärntner Golfclub-Dellach is located on the southern shore of the Woerthersee near the famous town of Maria Wörth. The golf course was built in 1927 as a 9-hole course. It is the oldest golf course in Carinthia. The challenging course runs through hilly terrain.
Going am Wilden Kaiser, Tyrol
The Golf Sport Academy of Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt provides a golf training facility which has the highest quality standards, which meet those of the international PGA tour. This institution begins with a brilliant infrastructure and the most professional equipment. Every golfer who comes to the facilities will find the optimum setting to improve their game, whether they are a European tour player, weekend golfer or beginner.
Taufkirchen/Pram, Upper Austria
The 18-hole championship course of the Celtic Golf Course Schärding is only a few minutes away from the beautiful town of Schärding am Inn. Golfers will find a splendid view of wide fairways with natural tree populations. The highlight is the beautifully designed island green of hole No. 2.
Atzenbrugg, Lower Austria
The Diamond Country Club - Atzenbrugg (2002) is located on the one-of-a-kind Tullner Field south of the river Danube, about 50 km from Vienna. The Diamond Country Club offers 3 golf courses: The Diamond Course is an 18 hole championship course designed by Jeremy Pern. In addition you will find the 9 hole Park Course and the 7 hole Country Course, which is currently being converted into an 18 hole course.
Oberwaltersdorf, Lower Austria
The 18 hole championship golf course of Fontana Golf Club is located close to the famous town of Baden/Vienna. The course was designed by the well known canadian golf course architect Doug Carrick. The challenging golf course with numerous bunker and water hazards is one of the best golf courses in Europe.
The 9 hole golf course of Golf & Landclub Rasmushof is located in Kitzbühel at the very foot of the world-famous Hahnenkamm, in the finish area of the legendary "Streif". From here you can enjoy the beautiful mountain panorama. The golf course is surrounded by meadows and forests. Low handicaps will be challenged by steep slopes, while golf beginners with a handicap of 54 can enjoy this course.
Leopoldsdorf bei Wien, Lower Austria
The 9-hole Golf Club Leopoldsdorf (1992) is located a few kilometers outside of Vienna. Here you will find an easy entry to Golf! The golf club offers an interesting 9-hole course, modern training facilities, restaurant and a golf shop. From the first day every guest is well looked after. Short distances between practice facilities, clubhouse and golf course allow the maximum golf enjoyment.
Bad Gastein, Salzburg
The 18-hole Golf Club Gastein (1960) is one of the oldest and most traditional golf clubs in Austria. The golf course, lying in the middle of the Hohe Tauern National Park, offers a unique experience of nature at its best. A successful combination of even and undulating fairways, well established age-old trees and the romantic Au forest.
Sankt Kanzian am Klopeiner See, Carinthia
The 18-hole Golfpark Klopeinersee-Südkärnten is located between the Turnersee and the Klopeinersee, the warmest lake in Austria. The golf course features beautiful stocks of trees and a fantastic view of the Steiner Alps, Obir and Petze. The park style course runs through a gently rolling terrain. The challenges are in addition to the water hazards a large number of bunkers that defend the greens.
Guntramsdorf, Lower Austria
The 9-hole Golf Club Guntramsdorf is located between Vienna and the spa town of Baden bei Wien. With a total length of 2,776 meters, the Par 58 course offers ideal possibilities for a fast round after a busy day. Or enjoy a cozy and relaxed round at the weekend.
The 9 hole Golf Club Kitzbühel (1955), often named "Golf Club Kaps" is located in the famous skiing town of Kitzbühel. The course spoiled by its sunny site offers wonderful views of the Alpine scenery. It is characterized by a number of water hazards and old trees. The golfers of all levels face attractive challenges. Enjoy two spectacular finishing holes with island greens.
The 18-hole Golf Club Kitzbühel-Schwarzsee (founded 1987) outside of Kitzbühel in Tyrol is situated in the midst of the Kitzbüheler Alps. The course is surrounded by mountain crests, forests and meadows. The first nine holes runs through a flat terrain while the second nine show a hilly profile.
the Golf Club Klagenfurt-Seltenheim located. Right in the charming countryside. It offers you an 27-hole course. On the "championship course" the characteristics of a Scottish links courses with fairways and wonderful greens in "American Style" and scenic roughs are combined. Since 2009 is the place also the venue of the European Challenge Tour "Kärnten Golf Open".
Laab im Walde, Lower Austria
The 18-hole Golfclub Laab im Walde (1995) is surrounded by beautiful nature, just a 10-minute drive from Liesing or 15 minutes away from the western outskirts of Vienna. The golf course is a par 3 short course, which is the perfect place to practice your short game and have fun at the same time.
In breathtaking Zugertal, 1,500 metres above sea level, you will find the Lech Golf Course, the highest golf course in Austria. On what is probably the only level area of land in the whole Arlberg region, the brand new 9-hole Lech course nestles in the high Alpine mountain countryside as if it had always been there, promising top-quality golfing pleasure for both new recruits and old veterans alike.
Rastenfeld, Lower Austria
The 18-hole Diamond Club Ottenstein (1988) in Rastenfeld in southern Waldviertel is located between forests and streams, ponds and flowering poppy and rape fields. The Championship Course receives its special character by two small creeks, idyllic natural ponds and strategically placed bunkers. The golf course is ranked among the best golf courses in Austria.
The 27-hole golf course of Golf Club Römergolf offers an 18-hole "Panorama Course" and the 9-hole "Kornbichl". The 18-hole course offers wonderful views of the famous mountains Watzmann, the Gaisberg and the Tennengebirge. Within this fascinating landscape you can enjoy the length wise not too difficult course. To avoid some bunkers and water hazards tactical play is helpful.
Ebreichsdorf, Lower Austria
The 18-hole Golf Club Schloss Ebreichsdorf is located close to the famous town of Baden bei Wien. The golf course is surrounded by a beautiful castle park with old trees. The championship course was designed by Englishman Keith Preston, who skillfully integrated the rows of chestnut trees and watercourses.
Schönborn, Lower Austria
The 27-hole Golfclub Schloss Schönborn (1989) is situated in the Wine District north of Vienna. Playing golf here means to meet Austrian history and tradition at every turn. The golf course Schloss Schönborn is one of the "Finest Golf Courses of the World" and is a member of the "Leading Golf Courses Austria".
Litschau, Lower Austria
The 36-hole Golf Resort Haugschlag - Waldviertel offers two award-winning 18-hole championship courses. The championship course was repeatedly elected "Golf Course of the Year" and the resort is member of "Leading Golf Courses in Austria". Both championship courses repeatedly hosted the Austrian Open PGA European Tour.
Ramsau, Lower Austria
The 27 hole Golfclub Adamstal (1994) is located in the spectacular setting of Lower Austria’s Alpine foreland which provides the ideal surrounding for impressive views and also has an unmatched scenery. The course was designed by the Canadian Jeff Howes, a disciple of Jack Nicklaus, who gave Adamstal its unique design. The golfer can choose between the 18 hole championship course or the 9 hole course “Wallerbach“.
Embedded in the beautiful landscape of Southern Burgenland, Reiters Golf 72 offers unlimited golfing pleasure in a mild Pannonian climate. Hotel guests of the Reiter Resort Stegersbach have the opportunity to play 72 holes with only one day green fee. With three 18 and two 9- hole courses, we make many golfers happy, from beginners to ambitious golfers. Reiters Golf 72 is distributed on the courses in Reiters Resort Stegersbach and in the nearby Reiters Reserve in Bad Tatzmannsdorf. You have the choice between easy going & sporty challenging. With the possibility of obtaining professional support from Pros in both venues.
The 27-hole Thermengolfplatz Loipersdorf (1990) lies on the border between Styria and the Burgenland embedded in the idyllic floodplain landscape of Feistritz and Lafnitz. Due to particularly mild climate influences, the summer game season in Loispersdorf usually begins early March and ends only in December.
The 9-hole golf course of Tiroler Zugspitz Golf is situated at approximately 1,000 meters facing an unforgettable mountain panorama. The course of Golf Club Zugspitze lies in a shallow basin between the communities Ehrwald and Lermoos against the stunning mountain backdrop of the Wetterstein Massif with Germany's highest mountain, the Zugspitze, and the Ehrwalder Sonnenspitze.
Weyregg am Attersee, Upper Austria
The 9 hole Attersee Golf Club Weyregg (2004) enjoys a quiet location on the eastern shore of the Attersee (Salzkammergut) and offers beautiful views from every hole across the lake and the surrounding countryside. An incomparable golf experience is guaranteed.
The 24-hole GC Gailtal Golf Kärnten is surrounded by the natural arena of Carinthia - the Nassfeld ski region. The beautiful and well-maintained 18-hole championship course runs through a flat, relatively open area with vast pond landscapes and a large diversity of protected plants and animals. The golf course offers great panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.
The 9-hole Golf & Country Club Salzburg Schloss Klessheim (1955) was redesigned by Robert Trent Jones jun. in 2000. The course is situated in the heart of a park designed by Fischer von Erlach for baroque castle - Schloss Klessheim. It is one of the oldest in Austria with old trees, bunker and water hazards.
The 18 hole Golfanlage Kitzbüheler Alpen Westendorf (2014) is located on the sunny plateau of Westendorf and surrounded by a natural landscape. The championship course runs through flat terrain and resembles a forest area with "Nordic flair". You will find various new and old trees, spacious pond landscapes and magnificent views of the Tyrolean mountains.
The 9-hole golf course in Lans is part of the Golf Club Innsbruck-Igls. It is situated approximately 10 minutes' drive from the Olympic town Innsbruck in a park style landscape. The undulating fairways are embedded between fir, deciduous and fruit trees. The compact course is very suitable for a fast round of golf. It is located 870 meters above sea level and can be played from March to November.
The Golf Club Innsbruck-Igls (founded 1935) is located not far from the Olympic town of Innsbruck and provides two golf courses: an 18 holes championship course in Rinn and a 9 holes course in Lans. Both places are surrounded by an impressive nature and a unique panorama. The championship course in Rinn offers great drives to deeper greens.
The 18 hole Golfclub Mittersill-Stuhlfelden (1999) is framed by the mountains of the Hohe Tauern National Park. Although situated in the Alps the golf course runs through level terrain. A small stream accompanies the golfers over 18 holes and ends in a beautiful lake surrounding a par 3 green. The golf course is enjoyable for golfers of all levels.
St. Georgen ob Murau, Styria
The 18hole Golf Club Murau - Kreischberg is located between St. Lorenzen ob Murau and the district town Murau offering views to the slopes of the Nockberge and the green Mur. The varied golf course with an attractive design is characterized by exciting fairways that run through a forest and undulating greens.
The Golfclub Salzburg comprises a total 3 golf locations in different places in the Salzkammergut: the 18-hole championship Golf Course Eugendorf, which is a real challenge for the demanding golfer, the 9-hole Golf & Country Club Schloss Fuschl and the Golf Academy Salzburg Rif which is a training center for golf beginners and champions alike.
St. Lorenzen im Mürztal, Styria
The 9-hole Golf Club St. Lorenzen (1990) in Mürztal is situated in the Upper Styria. The Golf Club St. Lorenzen offers a combination of nature adventure and golf challenge. The idyllic golf course has been integrated carefully into the existing landscape. The slightly hilly fairways are lined with old trees and offer golfers a varied game.
Poysdorf, Lower Austria
The 18-hole Golfclub Veltlinerland Poysdorf (2004) lies within the unique, undulating natural landscape of the northern wine district amidst the vineyards and in harmony with nature. According to the plans of Keith Preston, the 18-hole championship course has been developed within the centuries-old Weinviertler cultural landscape.
Zell am See, Salzburg
The 36 hole Golfclub Zell am See (1983) is situated amidst the sunny Salzach Valley and the picturesque Hohe Tauern mountain range. You will find two equivalent 18-hole championship courses “Schmittenhöhe” and “Kitzsteinhorn”. The club forms the largest golf facility in the Austrian Alps.
The 9-hole Olympia Golf Igls is located at the foot of Innsbruck's local mountain, the Patscherkofel. The golf course runs through a flat terrain and is surrounded by a beautiful mountain scenery. Close to Innsbruck it is ideal for fast golf rounds on the seven par 3 and two par 4 holes, to practice the short game or to gain experience as a golf beginner.
The 9 hole Alpengolf - Posthotel Achenkirch is located on a sunny plateau close to the Karwendel Nature Reserve in the north of Austria. Amidst this magnificent alpine scenery you will find varied challenges on this slightly hilly compact course. The golf course is ideal for golf beginners and experienced players.
Bad Tatzmannsdorf, Burgenland
The charming scenery and the Pannonian-mild climate makes the region around Bad Tatzmannsdorf the ideal golf destination. Interesting 27 holes are available almost all year round.
The 9-hole Lichtenwald-Platz (par 60) with its interesting par 3 and par 4 holes offers ideal possibilities to put trained strokes into practice. This place can be played on the summer green during winter months.
The 18-hole championship course is a challenge for every golfer. Ideally adapted to the hilly landscape of Southern Burgenland, the course offers a varied game with a wonderful panorama
Enzesfeld-Lindabrunn, Lower Austria
The 18-hole Golf Club Enzesfeld (1970) is located 30 kms south of Vienna and is considered one of the most beautiful golf courses in Austria. The Championship Golf Course of Enzesfeld is varied, demanding, in beautiful natural surroundings and offers a club house with afine restaurant. Originally built by Baron Rothschild the golf facility is now owned by the family of Czernin.
Hof bei Salzburg, Salzburg
The 9-hole golf course of Golf- & Countryclub Schloss Fuschl (1965) is one of the oldest golf courses in Austria, with views both of the castle and the lake Fuschl. It is located on a historical site, which dates back to the 15th century. The golf course offers interesting challenges and demands a very precise, tactical game from the golfer with a low handicap. On the other hand it can be just as good as holiday golf course
The 18 hole Golf & Country Club Ennstal Weissenbach (1977) is the third oldest golf club in Styria. The golf course meanders through a characteristic wild water-meadow landscape. Enjoy the impressive mountain panorama of the "Dead Mountains". The course runs throuh a flat terrain lined by old trees. Hole No. 5 is unique natural island green and challenge for every player.
The 18-hole Golf Course Velden Köstenberg is only 10 minutes away from the beautiful seaside city of Velden and situated 790 meters above sea level, in one of the most scenic settings. There are only a few venues in Austria who can offer such an ambience combined with excellent conditions for all levels of golfers on a demanding course.
The 36-hole course of the Golf Club Frühling is just 15 km from Vienna. Here you find a unique facility in Austria with a variety of game options: the sporty 18-hole championship DayCourse, the 9-hole NightCourse and the challenging 9-hole Lake Course (opening 2015).
The 9-hole Golf Club Seefeld Reith is located in the famous town of Seefeld in front of a breathtaking alpine scenery. Enjoy a flat golf course with views over the Karwendel Mountains, Wetterstein Mountains and the Mieminger Mountain scenery, while avoiding bunkers and water hazards. Golfers of all levels will find an attractive golf course to enjoy the game.
St. Johann am Walde, Upper Austria
The 18 hole Golfclub Sonnberg is located about 40 km north of Salzburg in one of the largest forest areas in Austria. The slightly hilly course offers you a great view into the Bavarian foothills of the Alps. You will find a number of water hazards and strategically placed bunkers. On the other hand the holes are not very long, which gives ideal conditions for the recreational golfer or golf beginners.
Freinberg, Upper Austria
The 9-hole Golfclub über den Dächern von Passau (1995) is located above the rooftops of Passau near the border between Austria and Germany. The golf course on the plateau above the Danube valley offers a unique view of the cathedral and university town of Passau and beautiful impressions of its surroundings.
Kronstorf, Upper Austria
The 18 hole Golfpark Metzenhof is located just 20 minutes from Linz in Upper Austria between the towns of Enns and Steyr. The slightly hilly golf course was designed by golf course architect D.I. Hans Georg Erhardt and offers varied fairways with links character. Numerous water hazards, two island greens and 70 bunkers make the course extremely attractive.
The 18 hole Golf Course Eugendorf is a championship course of the new generation and a real challenge for the ambitious golfer. The relatively flat course is embedded in the Salzburger Land and is part of the Golf Club Salzburg. In 2012 Golf Course Eugendorf hosted the PGA Austria Championship.
The 18-hole golf course Kaiserwinkl Golf Kössen is surrounded by a beautiful mountain scenery in a unique natural setting. The well-known British golf course architect Don Harradine designed this Alpine but flat golf course. Against the backdrop of the imposing mountain range of 'Wilder Kaiser' and the smaller 'Zahmer Kaiser' golfers will be challenged by small fairways lined by dense forest.
The 9-hole Citygolf Vienna is located just 15 minutes by car from the city center of Vienna. The golf course is ideal for golf beginners. The fairways of the Citygolf Vienna were created deliberately extremely friendly. The course boasts rolling fairways and the view of the skyline of Vienna. It is also an optimal training ground for good players because of the smaller and undulating greens.
Henndorf am Wallersee, Salzburg
This 18-hole Golf & Country Club Gut Altentann is the first golf course to be designed by Jack Nicklaus on the European continent. The hilly course is located close to the baroque festival city of Salzburg. With a wide variety of bunkers and water hazards the golf course meets international requirements.
The 18-hole Golf Club Montfort Rankweil (2007) is located in the Vorarlberg Rhine valley on flat terrain surrounded by mountains. Enjoy the beautiful views of the Vorarlberg and the Swiss mountains. The more or less easy rated golf course is attractive for golfers of all handicap classes. But don't be fooled by length. Lots of challenges are waiting for you.
The 18 hole Golf Club Murtal (1995) is located north of Graz at the entrance of the Gaal and surrounded by a beautiful forest and meadow landscape and the Seckau Alps. The fairways of the flat championship course are fairly easy to play for beginners and for senior citizens. On the other hand the course is riddled with difficulties, so that single-handicaps will not be disappointed.
The Golf- & Countryclub Lärchenhof offers 9 exciting hole and a newly designed 6-hole Academy Course - and of course the breathtaking panorama of the Kitzbühel Alps. The golf course is an architectural masterpiece, which has already won many awards and honorable titles such as second best and third best golf course in Austria Golf.
Attersee am Attersee, Upper Austria
The 18 hole Golf Club am Attersee (2011) is situated in the Salzkammergut region and offers great views of the lake and the Höllengebirge (Hell Mountains). You will find varied 18 holes. Various habitats have been integrated into the course design. Natural fairways alternate with interesting design holes, planes with hilly terrain. Golfers of all levels will enjoy the Golfclub am Attersee.
Bad Aussee, Styria
The 9-hole Golf Club Ausseerland (founded in 1998) is located above Lake Altausseer on a high plateau surrounded by the magnificent mountain scenery of the Salzkammergut. The golf course offers beautiful views of the Dachstein and Totem Mountains on every fairway.
Mondsee, Upper Austria
The 9-hole Golf Club Drachenwand lies amid the Salzkammergut region close to the Mondsee. The course was designed by South African Marc Muller on an idea by Jack Nicklaus and modeled after the famous Caymen-Iceland-Courses. Due to its location and its design it is popular for golf players of all levels. The golf course lies on a plateau and offers a magnificent mountain panorama.
The 18-hole Golfclub Goldegg is located in Pongau, in the heart of Salzburg Land, on a high plateau (850m) above the Salzach Valley, about 1 km outside of Goldegg. The golf course runs through an idyllic landscape. It is surrounded by majestic mountains and picturesque alpine meadows.
St. Michael im Lungau, Salzburg
The 18 hole Golf Club Lungau is located south of Salzburg at 1,050 m altitude in the shallow valley of the Mur, one of the sunniest regions in Austria. The course is surrounded by the spectacular mountain scenery of the Lungau. The golf course is known as one of the most beautiful and demanding golf courses in in Austria.
Pfarrkirchen, Upper Austria
The 9-hole Golfclub Pfarrkirchen im Mühlviertel (1992) is a classic panoramic golf course at 800 meters above sea level. On clear days you can enjoy stunning views over the Danube valley, towards the Northern Limestone Alps, on the Dachstein and to the Zugspitze. The golf course, which was designed in Scottish tradition, has been carefully integrated into the landscape.
The 18-hole golf course Schloss Finkenstein is located near Lake Faaker, just a few minutes drive from the town of Villach. The very well maintained panorama course runs through an idyllic and unspoilt nature with the stunning views of the Karawanken Mountains.
Ansfelden, Upper Austria
The 18 hole Golf Club Stärk Linz Ansfelden (2000) is located a few kilometers from Linz and its many cultural attractions. The championship course is surrounded by meadows and fields and runs through a slightly countryside. The course was intentionally designed to be not too difficult
Kirchham bei Vorchdorf, Upper Austria
The 18-hole Golf Club Traunsee Kirchham (founded in 1989) in the beautiful Austrian Salzkammergut was designed by the Munich golf course architect Hansjörg Volg. The Par 71 course near Lake Traun runs through a flat terrain and is surrounded by a wonderful forest.
St. Johann im Pongau, Salzburg
The 18-hole golf course of OPEN GOLF St. Johann Alpendorf overlooking the magnificent Tennengebirge consists of two 9-hole golf courses, the Orange Course and the Blue Course. The golf course is designed for golfers of all levels. Beginners will find ideal playing conditions on the Orange Course, while club golfer might prefer the Blue Course.
The 27-hole golf facility Traminer Golf Klöch is located in Southeast Styria and offers golf on Styrian volcanic soil.
Golf enthusiasts and wine lovers can enjoy a unique combination. Get inspired by the magnificent location and the award-winning Klöcher wine, especially the Klöcher Traminer.