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Golf courses in Baden-Wurttemberg

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Golf courses in Baden-Wurttemberg

Baden-Württemberg is a sun-drenched region. Here you will find the warmest temperatures in Germany. Not only the vineyards can benefit from this. Enjoy the golf courses from the Black Forest to the Swabian Alb.

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Country Club Schloss Langenstein

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Orsingen-Nenzingen, Baden-Wurttemberg

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.

Golf Club Baden-Baden e.V.

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Baden-Baden, Baden-Wurttemberg

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.

 

Golf Club St. Leon-Rot

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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.

Golfclub Gröbernhof e.V.

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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.

Golfclub Obere Alp e.V.

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Stühlingen, Baden-Wurttemberg

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.

Golfclub Schloss Weitenburg

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Starzach-Sulzau, Baden-Wurttemberg

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.

Golfclub Urloffen e.V.

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Appenweier, Baden-Wurttemberg

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.

Baden Golf & Country Club

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Östringen-Tiefenbach, Baden-Wurttemberg

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.

Golf Club Ortenau e.V.

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Lahr-Reichenbach, Baden-Wurttemberg

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.

Golf Club Ulm e.V.

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Illerrieden, Baden-Wurttemberg

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". 

Golfclub Hochschwarzwald e.V.

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Titisee-Neustadt, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golfclub Hochschwarzwald (2001) is located between the climatic health resorts Hinterzarten and Titisee-Neustadt. The golf course is situated in the idyllic Altental, one of the most beautiful valleys in the Black Forest with centuries-old farmhousess. Enjoy the fantastic panoramic views of the Black Forest.

Freiburger Golfclub e.V.

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Kirchzarten, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golf Club Freiburg (1970) is just a few kilometers east of Freiburg, at the foot of the Black Forest in the broad valley of the Dreisam. The golf course runs through flat terrain and offers beautiful views of the mountain ranges of the southern Black Forest. The parkland course with many centuries-old trees is playable for every golfer but challenging for the ambitious players.

Golf-Club Heilbronn-Hohenlohe e.V.

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Friedrichsruhe, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 27-hole Golf-Club Heilbronn-Hohenlohe is located north of Heilbronn in an unspoilt countryside. The park-like, well-maintained championship course offers exotic trees, fast, well-defended greens, water hazards of any size and varied fairways. The three 9-hole courses "Schlosspark" (Castle Park), "Limes" and "Friedrichsruhe" feature varied and interesting challenges.

Golf-Club Konstanz e.V.

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Allensbach-Langenrain, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18 hole Golf Club Konstanz (1965) is situated in a hilly area above Lake Constance. Embedded in this natural landscape, the technically challenging golf course offers a hilly parkland, water hazards and numerous biotopes. Due to its mild climate summer greens can be played all year round at appropriate conditions.

Golfanlage Schopfheim

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Schopfheim, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 9-hole Golfanlage Schopfheim was created on the site of the traditional farming estate Elmer-Fahmau in the south of the Black Forest close to Basel. The fairways run around the estate and the historic castle "Roggenbach". A wide range of trees and the lakes make this flat but sporty course delightful.

Golfanlagen Hohenhardter Hof

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Wiesloch, Baden-Wurttemberg

Die Golfanlge Hohenhardter Hof bietet mit einer 18-Loch-Anlage und einem 9-Loch-Platz sowie den großzügigen, modern ausgestatteten Übungsanlagen beste Voraussetzungen für alle Golfbegeisterten – und das in traumhafter Umgebung.

Golfclub Kaiserhöhe e.V.

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Ravenstein-Merchingen, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 27-hole Golfclub Kaiserhöhe (founded in 1995) is located near the town of Ravenstein on the edge of the Odenwald. The golf course facility was designed by renowned golf architect Kurt Roßknecht. Golfclub Kaiserhöhe provides an 18-hole championship course, a 9-hole public course and a 6-hole public short course.

Golfclub Ravensburg e.V.

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Ravensburg, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golfclub Ravensburg is nestled in the beautiful landscape of Upper Swabia. The championship course is guarded by bunkers and lakes, calling for well placed drives and a precise short game. Depending on the weather the course offers a breathtaking panorama of the Alps.

Golfclub Steisslingen e.V. am Bodensee

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Steisslingen-Wiechs, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18 hole Golf Club Steisslingen Bodensee is located a few kilometers from Lake Constance embedded in the typical landscape of the lake region. The championship course, designed by former Ryder Cup player and golf course architect Dave Thomas, offers a Scottish style ambience. Golfers will enjoy the views of the nearby Hegau mountains and the distant Alps.

Land- und Golf-Club Öschberghof

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Donaueschingen, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 27-hole Golf & Country Club Öschberghof is nestled in the rolling hills of the Baar between the Black Forest and Swabian Alb. Enjoy an easy to walk, yet challenging golf course. The 3 x 9-hole courses (each a par 36) offers elevated tees and two ponds, which make it varied and interesting.  

Europa-Park Golfclub Breisgau e.V.

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Herbolzheim, Baden-Wurttemberg

The Europa-Park Golfclub Breisgau in Herbolzheim-Tutschfelden is set amid beautiful views over vineyards and the Black Forest. It offers a first class 18-hole championship course, a 9-hole course for relaxing rounds of golf, for practicing of for golf beginners. Enjoy the beautiful views of the Black Forest, the Vosges and the Kaiserstuhl.

Golf Club Oberrot-Frankenberg

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Oberrot-Frankenberg, Baden-Wurttemberg

The beautiful landscape of rolling hills, old fruit trees and forests provides the framework for this nature-loving place. Here amidst the nature park Franconian-Swabian Forest are yet to find relaxing tranquility and fresh air. Without large height differences, but with difficult, long par 3 holes of the course is a challenge for beginners and experts. A spacious driving range, a 6-hole course and practice facilities round off the system.

Golfanlage Schloss Nippenburg

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Schwieberdingen, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole golf course Schloss Nippenburg is just 10 km away from the city center of Stuttgart. The 18 holes of the Championship Course are the masterpiece of Bernhard Langer. The German golf legend designed the beautiful playgrounds and created the golf course. Since the opening in 1994, the German Open (3-times) and the countless other important events took place at this remarkable golf course. So you can be sure: At Schloss Nippenburg the highest golf enjoyment is guaranteed.

Golfclub Bad Herrenalb-Bernbach e.V.

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Bad Herrenalb, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 9-hole Golfclub Bad Herrenalb-Bernbach is situated in Bad Herrenalb in the Black Forest. The beautiful golf course runs through the partly hilly landscape of the valley of Bernbach. Enjoy the landscape and the beautiful views of the challenging parkland course.

Golfclub Freudenstadt e.V

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Freudenstadt, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golf Club Freudenstadt was initially founded in 1929 as a 7-hole golf course. It is one of the oldest and most traditional golf clubs in Germany. The enlargement to 18 holes followed in 1992. The challenging parkland style golf course is characterized by attractive water hazards and well-kept greens situated in the beautiful slightly rolling landscape of the Black Forest.

Golfclub Hofgut Scheibenhardt e.V.

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Karlsruhe, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golfclub Hofgut Scheibenhardt (1993) is located close to Karlsruhe in the Rhine valley in a former agricultural area. Visually the golf course is dominated by the castle with the same name in Baroque style from the 17th century. The flat, park-like course is surrounded by high forest.

Golfclub Königsfeld e.V.

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Königsfeld im Schwarzwald, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golf Club Königsfeld (founded in 1990) is located 15 km away from Villingen-Schwenningen in the southern part of the Black Forest. The slightly hilly course offers a very natural design. Several thousand trees and shrubs were planted and created many habitats fitting into the Black Forest Nature.

Golfclub Marhördt

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Oberrot, Baden-Wurttemberg

The facility is located in the heart of the natural park "Swabian-Franconian Forest". The landscaped beautifully situated place, away from noisy streets for cozy hours on a not-too-long landscaped course. Still requires the square with its small greens and narrow fairways for a precise game from the tee and on the fairways.

Golfclub Reischenhof e.V.

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Wain, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 27-hole course of the Golf Club Reischenhof (1991) is located south of Ulm embedded in Upper Swabia orchards. The sporty and challenging golf course expands here generously on an extensive 140-hectare site. The A / B / C system has been implemented in an exemplary way with three nine-hole courses, each having its own flair.

Golfclub Schwäbisch Hall e.V.

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Schwäbisch Hall, Baden-Wurttemberg

Der Golfclub Schwäbisch Hall befindet sich auf einer leichten Anhöhe. Die großzügig angelegten Spielbahnen sind harmonisch in die abwechslungsreiche, natürlich geformte, hügelige Landschaft eingebettet. Die Anlage mit ihren durchweg fairen Spielbahnen bietet für Einsteiger oder Fortgeschrittene gleichermaßen Spaß und sportliche Herausforderung vor spektakulärer Kulisse.

Green-Golf Bad Saulgau

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Bad Saulgau, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Green Golf Bad Saulgau is located on the edge of the spa town of Bad Saulgau in the holiday region of Upper Swabia between Danube and Lake Constance at an altitude of 630 meters. The 18-hole championship course in a slightly hilly landscape is surrounded by forests, fields and fruit trees. A delight and challenge for golfers of all levels.

Waldsee Golf-Resort

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Bad Waldsee, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 45-hole Waldsee Golf Resort is located north of Lake Constance outside Bad Waldsee between Ravensburg and Memmingen. The resort with the "New Course" and the "Old Course" combines important traditional elements with modern golf course architecture. The two 18-hole championship courses are complemented by the 9-hole / par 27 short course. 

Golf-Club Heidelberg-Lobenfeld e.V.

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Lobbach-Lobenfeld, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golf Club Heidelberg-Lobenfeld (1968) is located south of the River Neckar in the Kleiner Odenwald between Heidelberg and Mosbach. The hilly parkland style golf course was designed by the renowned golf course architect Donald Harradine and redesigned by Thomas Himmel and has long been considered a natural jewel of the region. For serious golfers the challenging course is a must.

Golfclub Bodensee Weißensberg e.V.

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Weißensberg, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole course is one of the most demanding golf courses in Europe and offers the sporty golfer the necessary excitement: long and narrow fairways, up to 100 bunkers and numerous water hazards have already given the place the nickname "The green hell of the south"

Golfclub Johannesthal e.V.

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Königsbach-Stein, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golfclub Johannesthal (founded in 1993) is located near the town of Bretten in the Kraichgau. The challenging, slightly hilly golf course has been carefully laid out and embedded in the landscape offering views into the northern Black Forest. Enjoy a well-kept golf course partly open and partly with fairways set against the forest.

Golfclub Owingen - Überlingen e.V.

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Owingen, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole golf course of Golfclub Owingen - Überlingen e.V. (1989) is embedded in the hilly landscape of the Bodensee area. It offers wonderful views over the mountains of the Alps and the lake itself. Young and old trees as well as water hazards add to the attraction. The course is demanding for experienced golfers but fair to beginners.

Golfclub Rochushof Deggenhausertal e.V.

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Deggenhausertal, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 9-hole Golfclub Rochushof Deggenhausertal (established in 1999) is located in the valley Deggenhausertal just 25 km from Lake Constance. The interesting golf couse offers great views to the lake and the Swiss Alps. The fairways are partly surrounded by forrest.

Baden Hills Golf und Curling Club e.V.

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Rheinmünster, Baden-Wurttemberg

The Baden Hills Golf und Curling Club lies between the three towns of Baden-Baden, Rastatt and Bühl in front of the panoramic northern part of the Black Forest. The natural parkland style 18-hole course offers interesting doglegs and fairways protected by trees as much as water and bunker hazards.

Drei Thermen Golfresort Château de Hombourg

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Bad Bellingen, Baden-Wurttemberg

The Drei Thermen Golf Resort Château de Hombourg  offers the unique luxury of 72 holes. Here the guest can choose from four different golf courses. In Bad Bellingen, on the side of Black Forest, in the resort of Bad Bellingen you will find the 18-hole course Kapellenberg and the 18-hole Course Quellenhof. On the French side in Alsace in Hombourg there are the 18-hole Schlossplatz and the 18 hole Castle Course.

Golfclub Alpirsbach e.V.

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Alpirsbach-Peterzell, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 9-hole golf course of Golfclub Alpirsbach offers a relaxed as well as challenging golf experience. The course is situated at an altitude of about 680 meters above sea level in the heart of the Black Forest, between Freudenstadt, Wolfach and Rottweil.

Golfclub Bad Rappenau e.V.

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Bad Rappenau-Zimmerhof, Baden-Wurttemberg

Der Golfclub Bad Rappenau im Fünf-Mühlental verfügt über einen 18- Loch Meisterschaftsplatz. Die Spielbahnen sind sehr großzügig auf einer Fläche von 72 ha angelegt, etwa die Hälfte des Platzes zeigt sich als ökologische Ruhezone mit Streuobstwiesen, Gehölzen und Feuchtbiotopen. Der Platz ist anspruchsvoll aber fair und für Spieler mit niedrigem Handicap wie auch für Anfänger geeignet.

Golfclub Domäne Niederreutin e.V.

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Bondorf, Baden-Wurttemberg

Der Golfclub Domäne Niederreutin e.V. liegt eingebettet zwischen dem Schwarzwald und dem Neckartal in einer reizvollen Landschaft mit großartigem Blick auf die Schwäbische Alb. Der Platz wurde 1994 auf 130 ha einer ehemaligen landwirtschaftlichen Domäne des Hauses Württemberg errichtet. Die teilweise von Bäumen gesäumten Fairways sind äußerst attraktiv gestaltet.

Golfclub Donau-Riss e.V.

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Ehingen-Rißtissen, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golf Club Donau-Riss (2003) is nestled in the flat landscape in front of the Swabian Alb. At first impression the difficulties of this golf course are easily underestimated. The course is fair and offers 88 bunkers, 4 lakes and a lot of natural roughs. The planting of young clubs suggests, that this golf course in the next few years will be even more beautiful.

Golfclub Glashofen-Neusaß e.V.

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Walldürn-Neusaß, Baden-Wurttemberg

Die 27-Loch Anlage des Golfclub Glashofen-Neusaß liegt auf einem plateauähnlichen, leicht hügeligen Gelände mit minimaler Steigung unweit von Walldürn. Der Platz besticht durch seine unvergleichliche Aussicht auf den fränkischen Odenwald und seine eindrucksvolle Architektur. Geboten wird ein 18-Loch Meisterschaftsplatz sowie ein vorgabewirksamer 9-Loch Platz.

Golfclub Gütermann Gutach e.V.

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Gutach, Baden-Wurttemberg

The Golfclub Gütermann Gutach (1924) is a very classical golf course. Although it is a 9-hole course, not interested golfer should be deterred by this fact. Golf club Gutach offers a fantastic parkland style golf course with many water hazards.

Golfclub Hohenstaufen e.V.

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Donzdorf, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golf Club Hohenstaufen e.V. (1959) south of Schwäbisch Gmund offers a great location and topography. The golf course belongs to the most beautiful courses in Baden-Württemberg. The very hilly and challenging course is characterized by narrow fairways and greens that are well defended by bunkers, ditches and semi-roughs.

Golfclub Mudau e.V.

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Mudau, Baden-Wurttemberg

Der 18-Loch Golfclub Mudau liegt eingebettet in die herrliche Natur des hohen Odenwaldes umrahmt von einem Waldgebiet. Der Platz weiß durch Ruhe und Harmonie zu überzeugen. Das sanft hügelige Gelände ist nicht nur eine Wohltat für das Auge, es bietet auch seine Reize für Golfer aller Spielstärken.

Golfclub Oberschwaben-Bad Waldsee e.V.

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Bad Waldsee, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golf Club Oberschwaben Bad Waldsee (1969) is nestled north of Lake Constance in the Swabian moraine landscape. The championship course was designed as an English parkstyle course with colorful mixed forests, rolling hills and natural greenery. A few, strategically placed bunkers and water hazards complete the picture. The course is considered very beautiful and fair to recreational golfers.

Golfclub Sigmaringen Zollern-Alb e.V.

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Inzigkofen, Baden-Wurttemberg

Der familienfreundliche Golfclub Sigmaringen liegt in ruhiger Lage im Naturpark Obere Donau am Rande der Schwäbischen Alb. Er bietet einen 18-Loch-Platz sowie einen 6-Loch-Kurzplatz. Die Bahnen sind teils von Bäumen gesäumt. Strategisch platzierte Bunker tragen zum Variantenreichtum bei. Die Anlage bietet für alle Spielstärken eine sportliche Herausforderung.

Golfclub Tuniberg e.V.

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Freiburg-Munzingen, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Golfclub Tuniberg is located on the outskirts of Freiburg against the stunning backdrop of the Black Forest, overlooking the peaks of the Vosges. The club offers golfing in the sunniest region of Germany,  The golf course is flat and easy to walk.

Stuttgarter Golf-Club Solitude e.V.

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Mönsheim, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 18-hole Stuttgarter Golf-Club Solitude (1927) is located close to Stuttgart on the edge of the Black Forest. The championship golf course was designed by famous golf course architect Bernhard von Limburger and is considered to be one of the most attractive from a technical perspective and also one of the best golf courses in Germany.