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 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 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.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
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.
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".
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.
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“.
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.
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.
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 18-hole Golfclub Föhrenwald is located very close to the town of Wiener Neustadt in a slightly hilly terrain. The course was designed by Canadian-Irish golf architect Jeff Howes and is an oasis of calm. Beautiful forests, a few water hazards and strategically placed bunkers characterize the park-like grounds.
The 18-hole compact golf course of Golfclub Herrensee follows the motto “pay & play”. You don’t need either any basic knowledge about the golf game, or your own equipment or a green card or a membership. The course is equipped with bunkers and water hazards just like a normal golf course.
The 36 hole Golf Club Lengenfeld (2007) is located just 10 minutes from Krems amid one of the most charming landscapes of Lower Austria. The Golf Club offers two golf courses, the Kamptal and Donauland, each with a special characteristic. The courses lead through a hilly landscape.
The 9 hole Golfclub Maria Taferl is located in the immediate vicinity of Maria Taferl, the place of pilgrimage, and only 10 km from the homonymous Sanctuary Melk. The idyllic golf course is located high above the Danube on the best vantage point of Nibelungenaues in the famous wine region of Wachau.
The 18-hole Golf Club Schönfeld (1989) is located between Vienna and Bratislava in the extraordinary landscape of the March Field. The undulating championship course is characterized by large bunkers, strategically placed ponds and fast and challenging greens. Different tee boxes give players of all handicaps diverse opportunities.
The 27 hole Golfclub St. Pölten (1988) is just 15 minutes away from the center of St. Pölten. The golf course was designed by architect Gerold Hauser and it is directly located at Goldegg Castle with beautiful views to the nearby Alpine foothills. You will find the 18-hole championship Park Course, the 9 hole Castle Course and spacious club rooms including the cozy restaurant "Castello".
Ferschnitz, Lower Austria
Der Golfclub SWARCO Amstetten liegt eingebettet in die hügelige Landschaft des Alpenvorlandes. Die Fairways sind teilweise von Wald gesäumt. Strategisch platzierte Bunker und Wasserhindernisse machen den Platz für alle Spielstärken attraktiv und anspruchsvoll. Darüber hinaus wird der Golfer mit wunderbaren Blicken belohnt.
The 9 hole Golf Club Wienerwald (1981) is in Lower Austria in the most beautiful area of the Vienna Woods, between Laaben and Klausen-Leopoldsdorf. The course is ideally suitable for a family golf destination.