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Golf Courses and Golf Clubs in the Black Forest

Golf Courses and Golf Clubs in the Black Forest

The Black Forest is a natural paradise not only for golfers. Hikers and cyclists also enjoy the diversity of the landscape. From the north of the Black Forest via Baden-Baden, Freiburg to the south, there are numerous golf courses that inspire leisure golfers as well as scratch players looking for challenges.

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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.  

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 Schönau

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Schönau im Schwarzwald, Baden-Wurttemberg

The Golf Club Schönau south of the Feldberg offers a very scenic and idyllic golf course with beautiful views of the landscape of the southern Black Forest. The relatively short course in parkland style is characterized by strategically placed bunkers, streams and biotopes. Due to the differences in height it offers great tee shots.

Golfclub Domäne Niederreutin e.V.

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Bondorf, Baden-Wurttemberg

The 27-hole Golf Club Domäne Niederreutin (founded in 1994) is nestled between the Black Forest and the Neckar valley in a charming landscape with a great view of the Swabian Alb. The course was built on 130 ha of a former agricultural domain of the House of Württemberg.

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.

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.

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.

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 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 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.

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