Germany is a wonderfully diverse golfer country in the heart of Europe. Cultural landscapes and unspoiled nature form the picture. Enjoy the Black Forest, the beaches on the North and Baltic Sea, the vineyards of the Mosel, the creativity and the nightlife of Berlin, the Elbe Philharmonic Hall and the port of Hamburg, Cologne Cathedral, historic treasures, monuments, medieval towns, baroque churches and monasteries, Neuschwanstein and the Oktoberfest in Munich.
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Sittensen, Lower Saxony
The Golfclub Königshof Sittensen is located between Hamburg and Bremen, in the beautiful and untreated town of Sittense. It was completed in 1997 as an 18-hole golf course. The course is close to nature, with orchards and habitats where the fairways fit perfectly into the flat heathland. Carefully arranged water hazards and bunkers,hollows and hills offer the right challenge to every golfer.
The golfresort of Gut Kaden Golf & Land Club is well known as host of professional golf tournaments. Many world class players like Tiger Woods have teed-up on Gut Kaden. The german golf professional Bernhard Langer could win the European Tour Tournament Deutsche Bank Players Champion in Gut Kaden twice, in 1992 and 1995.
Mittenwalde, Berlin & Brandenburg
The Golf & Country Club Motzener See (1992) has a total of three places - a 9-hole short course, an 18-hole course and a 9-hole course. The beautiful new tracks that the renowned golf course designer Kurt Roßknecht has perfectly integrated into the existing tracks, add in the 18 - holes wonderfully. Whichever course you choose,: Challenging golf fun they all offer!
Bad Saarow, Berlin & Brandenburg
The 63-hole Golf Scharmützelsee - Bad Saarow is part of the famous five star A-ROSA Golf Resort south east of Berlin on Lake Scharmützel situated in the beautiful landscape of the "March Sea". Enjoy three 18-hole golf courses, designed by golf legends like Nick Faldo and Arnold Palmer, and a 9-hole public course.
Pulheim, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18-hole Golf Club Gut Lärchenhof at Pulheim close to Cologne is one of the most attractive and interesting golf layouts in Germany. The signature Stadium Course is shaped by the guiding philosophy of its architect Jack Nicklaus: "A good shot should not be punished." Challenging and diverse, but always fair - the Stadium Course is fulfilling all the criteria of a top, world class golf design.
The 18-hole Golf Resort Achental was opened 2013 designed by the well known golf course architect Thomas Himmel. His motto is: challenge, strategy and fun playing a golf course. The Par 72 course, measuring a total length of 5,835 m, follows these ideas. Ambitious players with low handicaps face several challenges like bunkers in the driving zone, rolling fairways and well placed water hazards, while less ambitious golfers can avoid these hazards.
The 27-hole Golf and Country Club Bayerwald is located near the town of Passau nestled in the beautiful and unspoiled nature of the Bavarian Forest. Bayerwald Golf Club provides the 18-hole championship course Poppenreut and the challenging public 9-hole Golf Park Dorn.
Schermbeck, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18 hole Golf Club Weselerwald runs through the Lower Rhine park landscape of Wesel forest with hedges and clumps of bushes, supplemented by sand bunkers and ponds, slightly undulating terrain and interesting doglegs. It is important to play around numerous water hazards and bunkers in order to score successfully on the lightning fast greens. A public 9-hole course is available.
The 18-hole Golfclub Schloss Ranzow is located in Lohme on the Island of Rügen. This is the most beautiful awe-inspiring golf course, situated high above the Baltic sea and surrounded by the Jasmund National Park. You will be mesmerised. The beautiful golf course offers tricky water hazards and bunkers, slightly rolling fairways and fast greens.
Bad Birnbach, Bavaria
The 27-hole Bellavista Golf Park - Bad Birnbach (2007) extends over a hilly terrain within the Rottal landscape. The golf course was designed like a classic links course and it is correspondingly demanding. Of course, there are numerous sand and grass bunkers, as well as special water hazards. The golf course also provides a 9-hole beginner course.
Hohen Neuendorf OT Stolpe, Berlin & Brandenburg
The Berliner Golf Club Stolper Heide (1997) s located just outside Berlin and offers 36 holes - East Course and West Course - and a 6-hole public course. Both 18-hole golf courses were designed by Bernhard Langer and Kurt Rossknecht and they are characterized by undulating fairways, strategically placed bunkers and water obstacles and well-defended greens.
The 18-hole Golf and Country Club Schloss Langenstein was founded in 1990. The championship course is located close to Lake Constance and was designed by the Canadian-born architect Rod Whitman. Over 600 trees, 500 fruit trees, 4,500 ornamental shrubs, 15,500 marsh hedges and flowering plants were planted and turned the area around Langenstein Castle into a parkland which withstands any comparison.
The 18-hole Donau Golf Club is located near the cultural city of Passau on a plateau. From here you have a wonderful view over the ridge of the Bavarian Forest and the climatic health resort of Kellberg. The fairways of this challenging golf course run between deciduous and coniferous forests through a hilly terrain.
Altenhof bei Eckernförde, Schleswig-Holstein
The 18-hole Golf Club Altenhof (1971) close to Eckernförde is just minutes away from the Baltic Sea. The challenging championship course runs through the park of a castle-like mansion dating from the 18th century. Old trees and a hilly pasture and woodland characterize this golf course. The golf experience will be highliy attractive and demanding.
The 18-hole golf course of Golf Club Baden-Baden (1901) is located in Baden-Baden in the Black Forest. Since the old times the course has been repeatedly adapted to the modern requirements. The fairways are embedded in a hilly and wooded terrain. The views extend over the Rhine valley, the Strasbourg Cathedral and the Vosges.
The 18-hole championship course of the Golf Club Coburg Schloss Tambach is nestled in the rolling hills of the Coburg region. From here you have wonderful views of the Franconian countryside. The more or less open fairways are defended by water and bunkers obstacles and offer variety and challenge in equal measure.
The 27-hole golf facility Golf Club Gut Apeldör ia situated in Northern Germany in the charming Dithmarschen. Gut Apeldör offers the 18-hole BIG APPLE and the 9-hole BIG 9, two very well-maintained and challenging golf courses, which integrate perfectly into the typical sandy heathland of this region. The characteristics of the demanding Big Apple course are large undulating and fast greens.
Sprockhövel, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18-hole course of the Golf Club Gut Frielinghausen (founded 1970) was designed by Hans Georg Vesper. It is embedded in a mountain landscape in the Feldbach valley in the Bergisches Land. The challenging course with its water hazards, slanting positions and strategically placed bunkers demands playful and tactical skill.
Northeim, Lower Saxony
The 36-hole golf course of Golf Resort Hardenberg offers two different and challenging courses. In 2003 the Canadian golf course architect David Krause created the championship course - "Niedersachsen Course" - which is considered as a challenge for golfers of all levels. The elder course - "Göttingen Course" - is designed in parkland style.
Falkenstein/OT Meisdorf, Saxony-Anhalt
The 18-hole golf course Golf Club Schloss Meisdorf is situated in Saxoy-Anhalt in a hilly area embedded between fields and beautiful meadows. Lovely views are garanteed. Water hazards and bunker offer variety. The course is suitable for all levels of players.
St. Leon-Rot, Baden-Wurttemberg
The 36-hole Golf Club St. Leon-Rot was built in 1997 on the basis on one man's vision, the club's founder and president Dietmar Hopp, who wanted to create a unique golfing paradise. Since then St. Leon-Rot has set new golfing standards. The club offers outstanding conditions and infrastructure to its members and guests. Golf Club St. Leon-Rot hosted the PING Junior Solheim Cup and The Solheim Cup in 2015.
The 18-hole Golf Club Würzburg is just a few minutes away from Würzburg. The well-maintained golf course with its high-class fairways is located on a plateau. The Würzburg golf club is proud member of the "Leading Golf Courses Germany" and is considered one of the finest golf courses in southern Germany.
Nümbrecht, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 9-hole Golf Park Nümbrecht is located in the former southern part of the Health Resort Park. The golf course is interesting and challenging for golf beginners and advanced players alike. The demanding golf course is integrated into the parkland style landscape with partially mature trees. The course offers pure gaming pleasure to every golfer.
The 9-hole golf course of the Golf & Country Club Karwendel e.V. is every guest welcome. The southern Werdenfelser Land is a particularly eye-catching. the space framed by the mountains is idyllically situated near the resort.
Berlin, Berlin & Brandenburg
The 27-hole Berlin-Wannsee Golf and Country Club in the south-west of Berlin was founded in 1895 and is one of the largest and most renowned golf clubs in Germany. The golf club is situated in the idyllic, old-growth woodlands typical of the Brandenburg countryside.
The 18-hole Golf Club Bad Wörishofen (1980) is located south of the world-renowned Kneipp spa Bad Wörishofen in a unique, park-like setting in the beautiful Allgäu region. The championship course was designed by renowned golf course architect Donald Harradine. The manicured fairways are characterized by old trees and charming views of lakes and mountains.
The 18 hole golfcourse Golf Club Jersbek (1986) is situated in the typical Schleswig-Holstein hedgerow landscpe. Bushes, old trees and generous biotopes characterize this course that runs through flat terrain. It also offers two island greens, one surrounded by water the other by a bunker. The course provides interesting and demanding golf experiences for all players of all levels.
Braunschweig, Lower Saxony
The 18-hole Golf-Klub Braunschweig (founded in 1926) is located on the outskirts of the city of Braunschweig. It is one of the oldest and at the same time smallest 18-hole golf courses in Germany. Nevertheless the beautiful championship course in parkland style satisfies all requirements for a varied and challenging golf course.
The public 27-holes Golf-Park Sülfeld is located north of Hamburg. It is enjoyable for all type of golfers and those who would like to learn more about golf. The three 9-holes golf courses lie within a soft rolling landscape. Hedgerows, bushes and stocks of trees surround the fairways. Strategicly placed bunkers and some water hazards ask for precision and control.
Timmendorfer Strand, Schleswig-Holstein
The 36-hole Golf Course Seeschlösschen Timmendorfer Strand (1973) is located just outside of the well known Baltic Sea town Timmendorfer Strand and is one of the most beautiful and popular golf courses in northern Germany. The golf courses were designed by the renowned golf course architect Bernhard von Limburger. Enjoy the challenging golf course.
The 9-hole Golf Course in Waldkirchen / Dorn near the town of Waldkirchen in the Lower Bavarian Forest belongs to the Golf and Country Club Bayerwald. The exciting and challenging course is the oldest 9-hole course in Lower Bavaria and it is beautifully embedded in the surrounding landscape.
St. Michaelisdonn, Schleswig-Holstein
The 18-hole Golfclub am Donner Kleve is located a few kilometers from the mouth of the river Elbe, between Itzehoe and Friedrichskoog in the middle of Dithmarschen. The fairways lead through a delightful, sloping landscape. The golf course has 18 distinctive holes on a sandy by nature formed undulating dunes floor and is playable all year round.
The 45-hole Golf Club Balmer See is located on the island of Usedom with beautiful views of the Balmer Lake. The spacious golf facility offers two challenging 18-hole championship courses and an interesting 9-hole short course surrounded by the idyllic countryside of the island. Perfect for a golf vacation on the Baltic Sea.
Much, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18-hole Golf Club Burg Overbach (1985) is located around the medieval castle Overbach. The challenging yet fair golf course is embedded in the topography of the Bergisch Land and runs through untreated terrain with spectacular views of the town of Much and the Bergisches Land up to the Siebengebirge.
The 18-hole Golf Club Chemnitz (1997) is located on the outskirts of Chemnitz in the ambience of Klaffenbach castle with a beautiful park. The challenging golf course is nestled in the idyllic valley of Würschnitzaue. The fairways are lined with flower meadows, habitats and criss-crossed by streams and natural ponds.
The 18-hole Golf Club Feldafing (1926) is located in the historic Lenné Park on the banks of Lake Starnberg, south of Munich. The traditional golf course with its more than 85 years old trees offers a great view of the lake and the Alps. The challenging holes of Golf Club Feldafing are characterized by narrow fairways surrounded by woodland.
Sprockhövel, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18-hole Golf Club Felderbach (founded 1999) near Wuppertal is harmoniously situated in the landscape of the Feldbach valley in the Bergisches Land. Enjoy wonderful views. The fairways of the hilly golf course are surrounded by forest. strategically placed bunkers, biotopes, streams and the typical slopes add to the challenge.
Zell am Harmersbach, Baden-Wurttemberg
The 18-hole Golf Club Gröbernhof is nestled in one of the sunniest areas of the Black Forest. From here you have beautiful panoramic views over the surrounding countryside towards the castle Hohengeroldseck. The challenging golf course is characterized by sculpted and well-defended greens, strategically placed water hazards and beautiful biotope areas.
Bohmte, Lower Saxony
The 18- hole Golf Club Gut Arenshorst is located northeast of Osnabrück and runs around an estate of the 12th century. The golf course was designed as a beautiful parkland course, lined with oak and poplar avenues. It perfectly integrates into the historic cultural landscape and with delightful views.
Westerkappeln-Velpe, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18-hole Golfclub Habichtswald (1981) is situated in the holiday region Tecklenburger- and Osnabrücker Land, in the Teutoburg Forest Nature Park. The golf course runs through hilly terrain with magnificent old trees, natural ponds, interesting modeled greens. It offers great panoramic views and challenges for any golfer.
The 18-hole Golfclub Hamburg-Oberalster (2014) just outside of Hamburg in the charming nature of Schleswig-Holstein was designed by the internationally renowned German-Canadian golf course architect David Krause, who build some of the best golf courses in Germany. The golf course Hamburg-Oberalster can be described as a classic links course, by playability and appearance. The magnificent golf course offers beautiful fairways, which run through a charming heath and moorland bordered by ancient woodland and trees.
Groß Nemerow, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
About 100 km north of Berlin, between Neustrelitz and Neubrandenburg, you will find the golfing club Mecklenburg-Strelitz eV, which is now also the most popular in the region, near the Tollensesee. The club-run 9-hole course is embedded in the hilly ice moraine landscape. Both for "newbies" it is suitable, but also experienced golfers find the bigger challenge.
Bad Münster am Stein, Rhineland-Palatinate
The 18-hole Golfclub Nahetal is located a few kilometers south of Bad Kreuznach on a slightly hilly terrain with a beautiful view of the Nahetal. The championship course of the Golf Club Nahetal is considered a highlight in Rhineland-Palatinate and a real challenge for any golfer. Enjoy wonderful views and a demanding course design.
The 27-hole Golf Club Obere Alp (1989) is located on a high plateau in the southern Black Forest near the Swiss border on the scenic road between Stühlingen and Bonndorf. Enjoy a challenging 18-hole championship course or the public 9-hole golf course (par 60) for fast and relaxing round of golf. In fine weather, you have a breathtaking view of the entire panorama of the Alps.
The golf course lies embedded into the pittoresque landscape of the Oberallgäu and in close distance to the Bodensee on a plateau (800 m above sealevel). The fairways are characterized by old trees, waterflows, biotopes and rocks. It offers impressive views.
Obernkirchen, Lower Saxony
The 18-hole Golfclub Schaumburg (1980) is located close the traditional mountain town of Oberkirchen, whose distinctive silhouette accompanies many fairways. The golf course is beautifully surrounded by forests and meadows. The first part of the golf course offers great panoramic views to Porta Westfalica or far out into the North German Plain. On the second part the fairways run through old forests ...
Lohmar, North Rhine-Westphalia
Die 27-Loch Golfanlage besteht aus einem 18 und einem 9-Lochplatz, welche für jede Spielstärke, eine spannende Herausforderung bieten. Der in Deutschland einmalige „Zauberteppich“ befördert Sie mit samt Trolley von dem Grün der Eins zum Abschlag der Bahn Zwei. Von hieraus erschließt sich eine beeindruckende Aussicht weit über das Aggertal hinaus.
The 27-hole Golf Club Schloss Maxlrain (1988) is located south of Munich close to Rosenheim in the beautiful pre-alpine landscape. Enjoy the 18-hole challenging championship course which runs partly through the castle park, which was designed in the style of English architecture of the 19th century. The golf course is considered one of the most beautiful and most interesting golf courses in Germany.
The 27-hole Golf Club Schloss Weitenburg (1984) - the championship course under the Weitenburg - lies embedded in the Neckar valley between the historic towns of Rottenburg and Horb. The golf course blends harmoniously into the environment around the picturesque village of Starzach-Sulzau.
Schmallenberg-Winkhausen, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 27-hole Golfclub Schmallenberg (founded 1984) is located in the heart of the Sauerland on a mountain plateau. In the middle of one of the most beautiful sceneries you can enjoy far reaching views of the Hunau and the Rothaargebirge. A spectacular course is waiting for you.
Semlin, Berlin & Brandenburg
The 27-hole GolfResort Semlin (1993) s situated only a few kilometers from the capital of Berlin. The championship course was designed by Christoph Städler and is suitable for professionals and high handicaps at the same time. It A variety of tree-boxes and multi-level greens provide a challenge for all levels.
Wenden-Ottfingen, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18-hole Golf Club Siegen-Olpe is located in a slightly hilly terrain of the typical landscape of the Siegerland and the Sauerland. You can expect a well maintained and attractive golf course, which offers fair challenges for beginners and experts. Some water hazards and numerous cleverly placed bunkers make the game varied and interesting.
The 9-hole Golfclub Sonnenhof is situated in the Bavarian Forest close to the German-Czech border. The golf club offers a great holiday golf course with wonderful panoramic views. Its nine holes were designed according to the latest knowledge about the game and is especially designed for the handicap improvement.
The 18-hole Golf Club Starnberg (1986) is situated in the Five Lakes region, about three kilometers from Starnberg close to Lake Starnberg, Ammersee, Wörthsee, Pilsensee and Weßlinger See. The golf course, built by architect Kurt Rossknecht, lies in between the hills that emerged out of the endmoraines of the glacial period and offers panoramic views.
Syke-Okel, Lower Saxony
The 27-hole Golfclub Syke is located just outside of Bremen. The golf course was designed by renowned golf course architect David Krause and is one of the finest golf courses in the region. Generous fairways were skillfully placed into the structure of the terrain. Numerous water hazards were added which makes an demanding golf course.
The 27-hole Golf Club Urloffen lies at the foot of the Black Forest. The 18-hole championship course is characterized by open fairways, strategically placed bunkers and ponds. Small streams run through the interesting course, which is suitable for golfers of all levels.
Ostercappeln-Venne, Lower Saxony
The 18-hole Golfclub Varus north of Osnabrück is located in a scenic and picturesque location, away from street noise. Old trees, natural water hazards, thick rough and manicured greens between streams and ponds make this course attractive and technically challenging. Because of ideal soil conditions the course is playable all year round.
Vechta, Lower Saxony
The 18-hole Golf Club Vechta-Welpe is located just outside of Vechta and it looks like it has been there forever. The very attractive and challenging golf course, situated in 110 hectares of forest, captivates through its natural beauty. The course offers everything a golfer could wish for: 18 very different golf holes in the breathtaking surroundings of old trees, scattered with mounds, bumps, ponds and bunkers.
The 27-hole Golf Club Waldegg-Wiggensbach is the highest golf course facility in Germany. All fairways are entirely different and fit harmoniously into the landscape. Enjoy the magnificent views of the Allgäu and the Alpine panorama.
Altlandsberg - Wilkendorf, Berlin & Brandenburg
The 36-hole Golf Park Schloss Wilkendorf (1995) is located east of Berlin in a hilly landscape, which is dominated by pristine nature. In addition to the challenging 18-hole championship Sandy Lyle Course, the Golfpark Schloss Wilkendorf also offers the only 18-hole public golf course in Berlin-Brandenburg, the West Side Course, which is considered to be much easier.
The 18-hole Golf Course Poppenreut near the town of Waldkirchen in the Lower Bavarian Forest belongs to the Golf and Country Club Bayerwald. The slightly hilly championship course is embedded in the scenic and original nature of the Bavarian Forest. It offers magnificent views of the small bavarian towns.
Winsen (Luhe), Lower Saxony
The 36-hole Green Eagle Golf Courses (1997) in Winsen close to Hamburg is one of the most challenging golf facilities in Germany. The Porsche European Open 2017 will take place at this venue. Enjoy the championship golf on North and South Course.
Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18-hole Kosaido Golf Club International Düsseldorf is known as one of the most amazing and challenging 18-hole golf course in NRW. Measuring almost 5,600 meters in length from the championship tees, the course is sure to challenge golfers of all levels. The 18-hole championship course offers views that range from the Bergischen Landes area and stretches as far as the Ruhrgebiet.
The championship course boasts spectacular landscape, inventively placed lakes and streams, boulders, stone walls and breathtaking views of the Baltic Sea.
The 18-hole Porsche Golf Course (built in 2003) is part of the Golf Resort Bad Griesbach in the southern part of Bavaria. The championship golf course is located right next to the Beckenbauer Golf Course in Penning. The challenging course was designed by the famous german golf professional Bernhard Langer.
The 18-hole Rottaler Golf & Country Club is embedded in the unique and hilly landscape of southern Niederbayern, not far from Passau. The course is characterized by unspoiled nature, biotops and the presence of the river Rott and its water hazards. The golf club protects these sensitive areas and offers a number of species additional retreats.
The St. Eurach Country and Golf Club is picturesquely located in Bavaria between Munich and Garmisch Partenkirchen close to Lake Starnberg. The golfers are dazzled by the magnificent view of the Karwendel mountain range and the famous Zugspitze mountain. A golf course to satisfy even the most discriminating player.
Bad Wiessee, Bavaria
The 18-hole Tegernseer Golf-Club Bad Wiessee (1958) is located at 800 metres above sea level giving the golfer spectacular views of the Tegernsee Valley and the Alps. The course meanders through a rolling tree-lined terrain offering a challenge for both the advanced and the less experienced player.
The 18-hole course of the Van der Valk Golfclub Serrahn (2008) has a wonderful location right on the shore of Lake Krakow. The relatively flat course is surrounded by plenty of water obstacles and a forest. Wide fairways with strategically placed bunkers invite golfers of all handicap levels to a enjoy the game.
The 45 hole golf resort WINSTONgolf in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern close to the city of Schwerin is situated in an idyllic end moraine landscape with lakes, rivers and woodland. You will find the 18 hole championship course WINSTONopen, rated No.5 in Germany, and the spectacular links course WINSTONlinks rated No.1 in Germany. Golf at its best.
The 18 hole WINSTONlinks in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern close to the city of Schwerin is part of the golf resort WINSTONgolf. The great course is styled like British links golf courses by the sea. WINSTONlinks has been voted Best Golf Course of Germany in 2015 by Golf Magazin.
Achim, Lower Saxony
The 27-hole Achimer Golf Club is just minutes away from Bremen embedded in a scenic location. The challenging 18-hole championship course is harmoniously integrated into this landscape. Ditches, ponds, bunkers, individual groups of trees and woodland fit nicely together.
The 18-hole Allianz Nickolmann Golf Course Brunnwies is part of the Golf Resort Bad Griesbach. The beautiful course was designed by the German golf professional and Masters winner Bernhard Langer. His intention was to build a golf course, which is suitable for all kind of golfers and still offering attractive challenges for the low handicaps.
Ankum, Lower Saxony
The 18-hole golf course of Artland Golfclub is situated in a nature reserve north of Osnabrück surrounded by picturesque woods and extensive fields. Some parts of the challenging golf course resemble english park landscape othes scottish links courses.
The 18-hole championship course of Baden Golf & Country Club is nestled in a hilly landscape. The first 9 holes run along the river Katzbach in a long-drawn valley. The second 9 holes are nestled in hills and valleys. Embankments and small groups of trees determine the game. Here the golfer has an amazing panoramic view of the countryside and the vineyards.
The 18-hole Beckenbauer Golf Course in Bad Griesbach was designed by the famous German golf professional Bernhard Langer. The championship course is placed into the natural floodplain of the river Rott. The course is quite challenging. There are many lovely details, which are not only optical but add to the golfing attractiveness.
The 27-hole Golf & Country Club Hohwachter Bucht lies embedded in the typical Baltic Sea landscape close to Kiel and offers spectecular views to the Selenter Lake and the Baltic Sea. Strategicly placed bunkers and beautiful water hazards guarantee a varied golfing experience. The 18-hole A/B Course is challenging for golfers of all playing levels.
Pulheim bei Köln, North Rhine-Westphalia
The Golf & Country Club Velderhof located between Cologne and Düsseldorf invites you to enjoy a 27-hole championship course which offers a challenging round of golf for golfers of all abilities. The course was designed by Dieter Sziedat a well known german architect. This well designed course blends beautifully into the Rhineland scenery.
The 9-hole Golf Club Gut Ising is located above the Chiemsee nestled between old avenue trees and the adjacent Polo courses of Gut Ising. The golf course offers some playful and visually very attractive water hazards. Partial narrow fairways and small greens require precise shots. Nevertheless, the place is interesting and varied for players of all levels.
Reichshof, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18-hole Golf Club Oberberg in the "Bergisch Land" near the town of Olpe is nestled in a natural landscape. The beautiful and challenging championship course is characterized by mature trees. Doglegs, strategically placed bunkers and water hazards determine the fairways.
The 18-hole course of Golf Club Ortenau lies in a very nice area of the Blackforest close to the town of Lahr. With 5,001 meters the course is not long but quite tricky. High handicapper will be delighted by lots of chances while the low handicap player has to avoid strategically placed hazards like biotopes, lakes and small rivers.
The 18-hole Golf Club Ulm (1963) is located south of Ulm and is one of the finest golf courses in southern Germany. The characteristics of the golf course in scenic Illertal are the tree-lined fairways and well defended by bunkers greens. The Golf Club Ulm is member of the "Leading Golf Courses of Germany".
Laatzen/Gleidingen, Lower Saxony
The 27-hole Golf Club Gleidingen located between Hanover and Hildesheim offers a 27-hole championship course with an island green and stadium greens after USPGA standards. The golf course was designed by the well known German-Canadian architect David Krause in a links style with artificial hills, lakes landscapes and island greens.
The golf & country club Fleesensee is the largest golf and tennis resort in Germany. The resort is situated in the famous landscape of lakes of Mecklenburg. It offers 72 holes and excellent training facilities.
Jagdschloß Thiergarten, Bavaria
The 18-hole Golf and Country Club Regensburg (1966) near Regensburg is located at the foothills of the Bavarian forest with superb views over the Danube Valley. The well-kept and varied golf course of the traditional club Regensburg was designed by Donald Harradine, who gave the place the unmistakable character of an English parkland.
Bad Arolsen, Hesse
The beautiful 9-hole Golf- und Landclub Bad Arolsen above the Twistesee, is embedded in the gentle hilly landscape of the Waldeckerland and surrounded by the beautiful forest landscape of Bad Arolsen.
The 27-hole Golf-Club An der Pinnau is located a few kilometers northwest of Hamburg. A golf experience and pure nature! The 18 holes of the original course offer manicured fairways, old trees, the river Pinnau and many ponds. This beautiful parkland course is not only worth seeing, but also worth playing. The new course was designed by renowned golf course designer David Krause in 2009.
Furth im Wald, Bavaria
The 18-hole Golf Club Furth im Wald is located a few kilometers from the Czech border, nestled in one of the most charming landscapes of the Bavarian Forest. Surrounded by mature trees the golf course offers a broad panoramic view of the surrounding mountains. The fairways are partly open, partly lined lined by woods. A series of steep slopes and numerous ponds challenge even the more advanced players.
The 27-hole Golf Club Hamburg Wendlohe (founded in 1964) is one of the most traditional golf clubs in Hamburg. The three 9-hole golf courses run through a beautiful parkland style landscape accompanied by attractive bunker and water hazards. The Golf Club Hamburg Wendlohe is member of the Leading Golf Courses of Germany.
Bad Soden, Hesse
The 18-hole Golf Club Spessart is located halfway between Fulda and Hanau in the beautiful Spessart. It offers wonderful views ranging from the Feldberg (Taunus) to the Rhön, and the Vogelsberg. The challenging parkland course, although flat is determined by the location on a high plateau. There are ancient trees, orchards, numerous small ponds and natural habitats.
Löhne, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18-hole Golf Club Widukind-Land is located just outside the spa town of Bad Oeynhausen within a scenic landscape between Wiehengebirge and Teutoburg Forest. The golf course is rather challenging for low handicap golfers due to its hilly topography and the sometimes very narrow fairways. But the golfers will be rewarded with beautiful views up to the Porta Westfalica.
The 18-hole Golf Facility Bergkramerhof (founded 1994) in the Munich Oberland near Lake Starnberg is the first ecological golf course in Germany. The hilly golf course offers wonderful views of the Alps and it is perfectly integrated into the idyllic landscape.
The 9-hole Golf Course Thürk near Lake Plön and close to the Baltic Sea is an ideal golf course for recreational golfers and golf beginners. In the midst of the idyllic hilly landscape of Schleswig-Holstein and with enchanting views of the pretty towns of Plön and Eutin, you will find a natural course, which ensures relaxed golfing experiences.
The 18-hole golf course Gut Rieden (1990) is approximately 3 km north of the town of Starnberg. The championship course offers unforgettable panorama views overlooking Lake Starnberg and the Bavarian Alps from the Karwendel mountains to Zugspitze.
The 36-hole Golfanlage Hof Gräbenbruch south of Darmstadt is very conveniently situated in Gernsheim in the Rhine-Main region between the Bergstrasse and the Rhine plains. The golf facility boasts two 18-hole championship courses.
Essingen bei Landau, Rhineland-Palatinate
The 27-hole Golfanlage Landgut Dreihof is located at the edge of the Palatine forest on the southern Weinstraße (wine route). This picturesque landscape at the most southern point of Rhineland Palatinate is surrounded by world-famous vineyards. Due to the mild climate with many hours of sunshine the area is also known as the Tuscany of Germany.
Overath, North Rhine-Westphalia
The 18-hole Golfclub am Lüderich (2000) is nestled in the typical Bergisch countryside just 20 minutes from Cologne city center. The well-maintained golf course, whose landmark is the second oldest mining tower of Germany, offers wonderful views in a natural and beautiful landscape.
The 18-hole Golfclub Augsburg (1959) in Burgwalden, at the gates of Augsburg, welcomes you with the unique panorama of the Bavarian Forest. The golf course meets the high quality standards of the Leading Golf Courses of Germany for many years. It is one of the best golf courses in Germany.
The 18-hole Golf Club Beuerberg is located close to Lake Starnberg. The leading golf course impresses with its charming location in the foothills of the Alps and with stunning views of the mountain scenery. It is member of the "Leading Golf Courses of Germany".