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Golf courses in Bavaria

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Golf courses in Bavaria - Germany

Bavaria offers more than Munich, Augsburg and Regensburg. Bavaria is also the castle of Neuschwanstein or Linderhof and the regions around the Alps and their lakes. Bavaria offers a stunning landscape, rich culture, historical places and a living tradition. Here you can enjoy great golf courses!

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Golf Resort Achental, Chiemgau, Bayern

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Grassau/Chiemgau, Bavaria

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. 

Golfclub München Eichenried

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Eichenried, Bavaria

The 27-hole Golfclub München Eichenried (founded 1988) just outside of Munich is one of the leading golf facilities in Germany. The golf club is Home of the BMW International Open offering challenging championship courses by combining three 9-hole courses. The Golf Club Munich Eichenried understands itself as a "club with heart" with family golf, youth promotion and a convivial club life for all ages.

1. Golfclub Fürth e.V.

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Fürth, Bavaria

The 18-hole 1. Golf Club Fürth (1992) is located on a historic site in Fürth-Atzenhof between Erlangen and Nürnberg. The beautiful and challenging championship course was designed by renowned golf course architect Bernhard von Limburger. The first nine holes offer a parkland style course, while the second nine holes give the impression of a links course.

Audi Golf Course - Golf Resort Bad Griesbach

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Rotthalmünster, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Course Audi (2003) is part of the Golf Resort Bad Griesbach. The championship golf course is located right next to the Beckenbauer Golf Course in Penning. The course was designed by Bernhard Langer, who integrated the completely flat and easy to walk fairways into the floodplain of the Rott using the old stock of trees.

Axel Lange Generali Golfplatz Lederbach - Golf Resort Bad Griesbach

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Bad Griesbach, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Course Axel Lange Generali Lederbach in Bad Griesbach is situated in the rolling countryside with splendid views of the Bavarian Forest, the town of Bad Griesbach and of the Alps - under the right weather conditions. The alpine course with slopes and large height differences at some holes is a convincing alternative to the other golf courses of the golf resort.

Beckenbauer Golf Course - Golf Resort Bad Griesbach

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Rotthalmünster, Bavaria

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.

Bella Vista Golfpark - Bad Birnbach

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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.

Donau Golf Club Passau-Raßbach e.V.

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Thyrnau, Bavaria

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.

Golf Club Coburg Schloss Tambach e.V.

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Weitramsdorf-Tambach, Bavaria

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.

Golf Club Würzburg

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Würzburg, Bavaria

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.

Golf Resort Bad Griesbach - Golfodrom

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Bad Griesbach, Bavaria

The Golf Resort Bad Griesbach - Golfodrom is the training facility in the center of Bad Griesbach. The Golfodrom not only offers excellent training facilities but also three 9-hole courses - Golf Course Pfeiffer, Golf Course Jagl, Golf Course Engled - and the 6-hole Hackerwiese. Ideal for golf beginners to learn and experience this fascinating game and ideal for the more experienced golfer. 

Golf- & Landclub Karwendel e.V.

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Wallgau, Bavaria

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.

Golf-Club Ansbach e.V.

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Colmberg, Bavaria

At the foot of the old Hohenzollern castle, now a romantic and prestigious hotel, the golf course is nestled along the castle hill. Undoubtedly, this plant is one of the most scenic in Middle Franconia. After the "rise" to tee 4 opens a majestic view of the Altmühltal. Relaxed by the quietness, the ball can be far from beating the valley to henceforth continue to enjoy up- and downhill nature and golf.

Golf-Club Bad Wörishofen e.V.

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Rieden, Bavaria

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. 

Golfclub Feldafing e.V.

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Feldafing, Bavaria

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.

Golfclub Mangfalltal e.V.

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Feldkirchen-Westerham, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Mangfalltal (1987) is located between Munich and Rosenheim on a plateau in a wonderful position surrounded by gentle, unspoilt hills. The first holes are rather flat, while the back holes require stamina. The golfers will be rewarded with fantastic views of the mountains.

Golfclub Oberstaufen-Steibis e.V.

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Oberstaufen-Steibis, Bavaria 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.

Golfclub Schloss Maxlrain e.V.

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Maxlrain, Bavaria

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.

Golfclub Sonnenhof

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Lam, Bavaria

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.

Golfclub Starnberg e.V.

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Starnberg, Bavaria

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.

Golfclub Waldegg-Wiggensbach e.V.

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Wiggensbach, Bavaria

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.

Golfplatz Brunnwies - Golf Resort Bad Griesbach

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Haarbach, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Course Brunnwies was designed by the German golf professional Bernhard Langer. His intention was to build a golf course, which is suitable for all kind of golfers and still offering challenges for the low handicap. The Golf Course Brunnwies is situated in the "Bavarian Tuscany" as the Rottal and the rolling countryside are often called.

Golfplatz Uttlau - Golf Resort Bad Griesbach

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Haarbach/Uttlau, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Course Uttlau belongs to the Golf Resort Bad Griesbach. It is situated in a slightly hilly landscape overlooking the village of Uttlau. The challenging championship course was designed to offer sportsmanship and fair play. Flat and rolling fairways, long shots into the valley and water hazards - all this combines this excellent golf course.

Jura Golf Park

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Velburg-Unterwiesenacker, Bavaria

The 45-hole Jura Golf Park includes three golf courses: the Golf Club Am Habsbergthe championship course Jura Golf Hilzhofen and a public 9-hole golf course. With a total of 45 holes Jura Golf Park is the largest golf complex in northern Bavaria. A wide range golf offer for golfers of all levels.

Quellness Golf Resort Bad Griesbach

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Bad Griesbach, Bavaria

The Quellness Golf Resort Bad Griesbach formerly 'Hartl Golf Resort Bad Griesbach' comprises a total of five 18-hole championship golf courses and the Golfodrom, the large training center of the resort. The Quellness & Golf Resort Bad Griesbach is distinguished by its unparalleled combination of health, wellness, golf, business and sports which is unique in all the world.

Rottaler Golf- & Country Club Eggenfelden

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Hebertsfelden, Bavaria

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.

St. Eurach Land- und Golfclub e.V.

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Iffeldorf, Bavaria

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.

Tegernseer Golf-Club Bad Wiessee e.V.

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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. 

Golf- und Land-Club Regensburg e.V.

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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.

Golf-Club Furth im Wald e.V.

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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. 

Golfanlage Bergkramerhof

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Wolfratshausen, Bavaria

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.

Golfanlage Gut Rieden

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Starnberg, Bavaria

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.

Golfclub Augsburg e.V.

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Bobingen-Burgwalden, Bavaria

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.

Golfclub Beuerberg e.V.

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Beuerberg, Bavaria

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".

Golfclub Lichtenau-Weickershof e.V.

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Lichtenau, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Lichtenau-Weickershof (founded in 1978) near the town of Ansbach is conveniently located in the charming, typical Franconian landscape. The mostly flat Parkland style championship course is characterized by a centuries-old rural landscape with fields, forests, streams and ponds.

Golfclub Schwanhof e.V.

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Luhe-Wildenau, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golfclub Schwanhof is located in the rolling hills of a recreational area in the so called Oberpfalz in its original natural state. Bayreuth, Nürnberg and Regensburg can be visited from here. Enjoy a championship course that was designed for major international tournaments.

Golfpark Oberzwieselau

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Lindberg, Bavaria

The 18-hole championship course of Golfpark Oberzwieselau (1991) is located in the immediate vicinity of the castle Oberzwieselau in the Bavarian Forest. It is supposed to be one of the most scenic golf courses in Germany. The landscape-bound course near the Czech border is characterized by beautiful panoramic views and diverse natural obstacles like ancient trees, slopes, rushing streams and quiet ponds.

Golfpark Rothenburg-Schönbronn

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Buch am Wald, Bavaria

The 18-hole golf course of Golf Park Rothenburg-Schönbronn is located near the historic town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber on the edge of a forest. The relatively open fairways are characterized by numerous water hazards and strategically placed bunkers. Golfers of all levels will find challenging and varied game options.

Tölzer Golfclub e.V.

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Wackersberg, Bavaria

The 9-hole Tölzer Golfclub e.V. is only a few minutes away from the village of Bad Tölz in the picturesque Voralpenland. Located in a slightly hilly terrain, the course is characterized by some beautiful water hazards, strategically placed bunkers, old trees and magnificent views of the mountain scenery.

Golf Club Höslwang im Chiemgau e.V.

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Höslwang, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Höslwang im Chiemgau (1974) is nestled in the countryside of the Upper Bavarian Lake District. Enjoy the beautiful views of the Alps. The golf course is characterized by a number of challenging water hazards that require a precise and strategic golf game.

Golf- und Land Club Oberpfälzer Wald e.V.

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Neunburg vorm Wald, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf- und Landclub Oberpfälzer Wald (founded 1978) is situated north of Regensburg in the charming region of the Upper Palatinate Forest. The golf course offers wonderful panorama views of the surrounding landscape.

Golf-Club Herzogenaurach e.V.

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Herzogenaurach, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Herzogenaurach (built in 2003) is located near the famous university town of Erlangen in the Region of Mittelfranken, Bavaria. The championship course was designed by the well-known tour player Carlo Knauss and harmoniously embedded into the existing landscape.

Golfanlage Alpenseehof

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Nesselwang, Bavaria

The 9-hole Golfanlage Alpenseehof is nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Alps close to Nesselwang. Enjoy the typical and very beautiful countryside of the Allgäu and the nature reserve Attlesee. The only slightly hilly golf course is easy to walk and offers great panoramic views.

Golfclub Berchtesgadener Land e.V.

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Ainring, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Berchtesgaden with its challenging championship course is located in the undulating terrain of the Upper Bavarian village of Weng a short drive from the festival city of Salzburg. Enjoy your golf game in front of the magnificent mountain scenery of the Bavarian and Austrian Alps. 

Golfclub Isarwinkel e.V.

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Bad Tölz, Bavaria

The 9-hole Golfclub Isarwinkel just outside of the famous town Bad Tölz south of Munich runs through a slightly hilly landscape in the very picturesque Isarwinkel in the Bavarian Oberland. The beautiful parkland-style golf course boasts an exceptional mountain panorama, a challenging design and first class greens.

Golfclub Lauterhofen e.V.

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Lauterhofen, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Lauterhofen is nestled in a hilly terrain near Nuremberg. The well-maintained and challenging course is partly open, partly framed by mixed forests. Each fairway has its own characteristics. Strategically placed bunkers and water hazards call for highest precision in order to obtain a low score. 

Golfclub Tutzing e.V.

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Tutzing, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golfclub Tutzing is located approximately 2 km from Lake Starnberg. It is among one of the most attractive golf courses in the south of Munich. The largely unspoiled place offers an attractive and varied golf course.

Golfclub zu Gut Ludwigsberg e.V.

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Türkheim, Bavaria

The course is characterized by the partial old tree stock of oak, ash, birch, alder, maple and poplar. Seas and moist biotopes complement the nature landscape and fit well into the game. From the playgrounds, you can enjoy a wonderful view of 300 km of the alpine panorama.

Golfplatz Iffeldorf

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Iffeldorf, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Course Iffeldorf is located between the Easter lakes, the southern Alps and the Lake Starnberg - right on the foothills of the Alps near Munich. The Golf Course Iffeldorf runs through a gently undulating terrain with forest and ancient oak trees, small lakes and biotopes. Enjoy the magnificent Alpine panorama.

Der Golf Club Am Obinger See

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Obing, Bavaria

The 9-hole Der Golf Club Am Obinger See (opened in 2002) in the Chiemgau is a championship course built in the style of American golf courses of the century turn. The challenging golf course is characterized by numerous bunkers in a rugged look. Although the fairways are fairly open, they are diversified by a natural rolling landscape.

Golf Club am Eixendorfer See

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Rötz, Bavaria

The 9-hole Golf Club am Eixendorfer See is located on Lake Eixendorfer in the Upper Bavarian Forest Nature Park. The hilly golf course is surrounded by forests and offers some beautiful views of the countryside. The course begins at the river Schwarzach and moving around the village of Hillstett. 

Golf Club Gut Ising

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Chieming, Bavaria

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.

Golf Club Hohenpähl e.V.

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Pähl, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Hohenpähl (1988) lies in a unique and picturesque cultural landscape between the Lake Starnberg and the Ammersee. The slightly hilly course is dominated by centuries-old trees, paths, hills, streams and ponds. Enjoy the wonderful views of the Alpine panorama.

Golf Club Oberfranken e.V.

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Thurnau, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Oberfranken (1965) is located close to the famous town of Bayreuth in Upper Franconia. The challenging golf course was designed by the famous golf architects Bernhard von Limburger and Donald Harradine. The picturesque and hilly terrain  is characterized by green pastures and huge oak forests. It offers very beautiful views to the peaks of the Fichtelgebirge. 

Golf Club Schloss Guttenburg e.V.

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Kraiburg, Bavaria

The 18-hole championship course of the Golf Club Schloss Guttenburg is nestled in the scenic southeast Bavarian Alpine foothills with views of the Chiemgau and Berchtesgaden mountains. The championship course is characterized by numerous bunkers, some spectacular water hazards, sexy habitat areas and fast greens.

Golf Resort Sonnenalp-Oberallgäu

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Ofterschwang, Bavaria

The 45-hole Golf Resort Sonnenalp-Oberallgäu is situated in the idyllic Allgäu foothills of the Alps. The resort includes two 18-hole championship courses, Sonnenalp and Oberallgäu and the 9-hole short course Gundelsberg. The three courses extend over a gorgeous sunny plateau between Fischen and Bolsterlang.

Golfanlage Auf der Gsteig

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Lechbruck am See, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golfanlage Auf der Gsteig is located in the Bavarian foothills of the Alps right in the heart of the holiday region of Eastern Allgäu, Auerbergland and Pfaffenwinkel. Your round of golf will be accompanied by splendid views of the Allgäu and the Tyrol Alps. The slightly hilly golf course offers varied holes. 

Golfanlage Gerhelm

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Velden, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golfanlage GERHELM is located in the north-east of Nuremberg on the edge of the Franconian Switzerland in a nature reserve. The challenging golf course stretches over a generous and varied terrain offering beautiful perspectives. Hilly fairways run partly through forest, partly through open terrain.

Golfclub Garmisch-Partenkirchen e.V.

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Oberau, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Garmisch-Partenkirchen (1928) is located in Oberau near Garmisch-Partenkirchen in the Werdenfelser Land. Enjoy the magnificent view of the bizarre mountains of the Oberland Alpspitze, Zugspitze and Waxenstein. However, the golf course is not a mountainous course in the strict sense. It runs through a mostly flat terrain and is very walkable.

Golfclub Kronach e.V.

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Küps/Nagel, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Kronach is located in a culturally significant area of Oberfranken in Bavaria. The town of Kronach is famous for its city fortress "Rosenberg", which is considered the largest medieval fortress in Germany. The challenging golf course runs through a natural hilly landscape and is surrounded by mature trees.

Golfclub Oberstdorf e.V.

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Oberstdorf, Bavaria

The 9-hole Golfclub Oberstdorf is located in the famous Allgäu, embedded in a beautiful natural landscape and surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery. The hilly course offers spectacular tee shots and well-kept greens. The highest green is about 1000 m above sea level. 

Golfclub Ruhpolding e.V.

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Ruhpolding-Zell, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Ruhpolding is located southeast of the well-known climatic health resort Ruhpolding. The golf course is surrounded by a magnificent mountain panorama. This region near lake Chiemsee is famous for its mild climate with plenty of sunshine. The location keeps the golf course free of fog and protects it from harsh winds.

Golfclub Sagmühle

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Bad Griesbach, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Sagmühle (1984) in Bad Griesbach is located on a completely flat terrain, close to the river Rott. The championship course was designed by the renowned golf course architect Kurt Rossknecht. The wide fairways are surrounded by old stock of trees, bushes and ornamental plants.

Golfpark Romantische Straße Dinkelsbühl

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Dinkelsbühl, Bavaria

Just 3 km from the world-famous historic city of Dinkelsbühl at the Romantic Road this beautiful golf course located. On the plateau and in the valley of Knorrenbachtals is the varied and technically demanding course build right in to the nature. The water obstacles. the well placed sand bunkers and plantations promise you an interesting round of golf.

Golfplatz Oberallgäu - Golfresort Sonnenalp-Oberallgäu

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Ofterschwang, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Course Oberallgäu (2004) is part of the Golf Resort Sonnenalp-Oberallgäu and extends over a gorgeous sunny plateau between Fischen and Bolsterlang. The championship course offers a breathtaking 360° panoramic view. It is set against the picturesque scenery of the Nebelhorn and is considered one of the most charming alpine courses in Germany.

Golfplatz Sonnenalp - Golfresort Sonnenalp-Oberallgäu

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Ofterschwang, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Course Sonnenalp (1975) is part of the Golf Resort Sonnenalp-Oberallgäu and is situated in the idyllic Allgäu, at the foothills of the Alps. The championship course was designed by the Scottish architect Donald Harradine and renovated in 2006 by Kurt Rossknecht. The beautiful course runs through a slightly hilly landscape, but is nonetheless easy to walk. 

Altmühlgolf Beilngries

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Beilngries, Bavaria

The 9-hole Golf Course Altmühlgolf Beilngries is located in the flat terrain of the nature reserve of Altmühltal. The course is surrounded by groves. Golf beginners will enjoy the open fairways while the ambitious golfer is tempted by stategically placed bunkers and water hazards.

Chiemsee Golfcard

Prien am Chiemsee, Bavaria

The Chiemsee Golf Card offers the possibility to explore many golf courses around the Chiemsee Lake, a region with great natural diversity; from neighboring Chiemgau to Chiemsee-Alpenland, between Inntal and Mangfalltal, between Wasserburger and Rosenheimer Land and the Wendelstein.

Golf & Country Club Margarethenhof

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Waakirchen am Tegernsee, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf & Country Club Margarethenhof is located high above the beautiful Lake Tegernsee in Bavaria, at approx. 1000 m above sea level. Enjoy the splendid views and the famous towns like Rottach-Egern and Bad Wiessee nearby. In 2012, the course was redesigned and improved in many ways.

Golf Club Pottenstein-Weidenloh e.V.

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Pottenstein, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golfclub Pottenstein-Weidenloh south of Bamberg, is situated in the impressive nature of Franconian Switzerland. The championship course was designed by golf course architect Götz Mecklenburg and integrated into the picturesque landscape of Bavaria.

Golf-Club Maria Bildhausen e.V.

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Münnerstadt, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Maria Bildhausen north of Bad Kissingen is located on the former agricultural site of the monastery Maria Bildhausen. The championship course runs through a slightly hilly terrain. Enjoy well-kept bunkers, beautiful biotopes, some small lakes and varied greens. 

Golfclub Memmingen Gut Westerhart e.V.

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Buxheim, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golfclub Memmingen Gut Westerhart (founded 1994) is located only a few kilometers from Memmingen in the Allgäu pre-Alps. The golf course north of Lake Constance is harmoniously integrated into the flat landscape. The golfers will find an easy to walk golf course with fairways surrounded by bush and tree vegetation.

Golfclub Schloß Reichmannsdorf e.V.

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Schlüsselfeld-Reichmannsdorf, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Schloss Reichmannsdorf is located in the Franconian region "Steigerwald" southwest of Bamberg. The challenging golf course is surrounded by forest, meadows and ponds. Old trees, hillside slopes, some water hazards and well-defended greens characterize the spacious golf facility. 

Allgäuer Golf- und Landclub e.V.

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Ottobeuren, Bavaria

Der Allgäuer Golf- und Landclub liegt etwa 3 Kilometer südlich des Kneippkurortes Ottobeuren. Das interessante Layout ist geprägt durch herrlichen alten Baumbestand und abwechslungsreiche Golfbahnen.

Aschaffenburger Golf-Club e.V.

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Hösbach, Bavaria

Die 18-Loch Anlage des Aschaffenburger Golf-Clubs liegt eingebettet in die leicht hügelige Landschaft des Vorspessart und besticht durch wundervolle Ausblicke bis zu den Gipfelzügen des Odenwalds bei gleichzeitig äußerst interessant angelegten Spielbahnen. Hier sind eher strategisches Geschick als reines Longhitting gefragt. Die Fairways verlaufen teils durch bewaldetes, teils offenes Gelände. Bunker finden sich vor allem zur Grünverteidigung und die wenigen Wasserhindernisse lassen sich problemlos umspielen. Insgesamt bietet der Platz interessante Herausforderungen für Golfer aller Spielklassen. 

Chiemsee Golf-Club Prien e.V.

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Prien-Bauernberg, Bavaria

Der Chiemsee Golf-Club Prien liegt auf einem Hochplateau in direkter Nähe zum Chiemsee. Die hügeligen und abwechslungsreichen Spielbahnen werden von altem Baumbestand geprägt. Bunker, natürlicher Bewuchs und zahlreiche Schräglagen fordern den Golfer, der immer wieder mit einem Blick auf die nahe gelegenen Berge belohnt wird.

Deggendorfer Golfclub e.V.

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Schaufling, Bavaria

The 18-hole Deggendorf Golf Club (founded in 1981) is located near Deggendorf on the Rusel, part of the scenic Bavarian Forest. Enjoy a beautiful parkland-style golf course at an altitude of 840 m. The relatively flat course offers wonderful views far into the Danube plain and on some days to the Alps, but also into the Bavarian Forest.

Gäuboden Golf Club e.V.

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Aiterhofen, Bavaria Der 18-Loch Golfclub Gäuboden liegt im Städtedreieck Straubing – Bogen – Deggendorf. Die ca. 110 Hektar große Anlage am Fuße des Bayerischen Waldes bietet den Spielern einen wunderschönen Blick auf den Bogenberg mit seiner bekannten Wallfahrtskirche. Die größtenteils flachen Fairways sind geprägt durch viele interessante Wasserhindernisse sowie durch überdurchschnittlich große und leicht modellierte Grüns.

Golf Club Am Habsberg e.V.

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Velburg-Unterwiesenacker, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Am Habsberg nestles in the magnificent landscape of the Jura, with great views over the golf course itself and the surrounding countryside. The golf club is part of the golf facility Jura Golf Park. The golf course was built with the intention that golf should be fun. 

 

Golf Club Erlangen e.V.

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Kleinsendelbach, Bavaria

Die 18-Loch Anlage des Golf Club Erlangen (2007) wurde vom Golfplatzarchitekten Wolfgang Barth entworfen. Der Platz liegt eingebettet in die hügelige Landschaft der Fränkischen Schweiz und bietet trotz der großzügig angelegten Fairways sportlich anspruchsvolle Bahnen. Ein neu angelegter Flusslauf, Blumenwiesen, Wälder und Biotope vermitteln den Charme einer Parklandschaft gepaart mit den Reizen eines Waldplatzes. Für einen niedrigen Score sind lange Drives und ein gutes kurzes Spiel erforderlich.

Das Angebot wird ergänzt um eine professionelle Driving Range und einen großzügigen Übungsbereich.

Golf Club Reichsstadt Bad Windsheim e.V.

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Bad Windsheim, Bavaria The the 18-hole Championship Course of the Golfclub Reichsstadt Bad Windsheim was founded in 1990 and is situated on spacious terrain lying between Steigerwald and Frankenhöhe, in the Franconian town of Bad Windsheim. Spacious fairways, bordering directly into vineyards, with water hazards and soft, rolling hills offer every golfer a challenge. The varied course design, in harmony with an exceptional landscape, gives golfers of all levels a really good round of golf.

Golf Sport Franken

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Eckental, Bavaria Die 18-Loch Anlage des Golf Club Erlangen liegt eingebettet in die hügelige Landschaft der Fränkischen Schweiz. Die Fairways sind großzügig angelegt und bieten auch Einsteigern die Möglichkeit, gute Scores zu erzielen. Der neu angelegte Flusslauf, Blumenwiesen, Wälder und Biotope vermitteln den Charme einer Parklandschaft gepaart mit den Reizen eines Waldplatzes. Lange Drives, kurzes Spiel und genaue Putts fordern die Golfer mit niedrigem Handicap.

Golf Valley München

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Valley, Bavaria

The 27-hole course Golf Valley München is located near Holzkirchen, between Munich and Rosenheim and offers one of Europe's most modern golf courses. The architect David Krause was able to build a top class three 9-hole Championship Course. The challenging golf courses are characterized by attractive hazards, spacious lake landscapes with island greens, bunkers and large greens.

Golf-Club Berchtesgaden e.V.

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Berchtesgaden, Bavaria Der 9-Loch Golf-Club Berchtesgaden liegt am Obersalzberg auf einem Hochplateau auf ca 900 m.ü.M. und gilt als echtes Juwel. Allein der spektakuläre Panoramablick auf Watzmann, Kehlstein und auf Berchtesgaden sind ein Wert an sich. Das sanft hügelige Gelände und von Bunkern gut verteidigte Grüns bieten ein interessantes und abwechslungsreiches Golfspiel.

Golf-Club Fränkische Schweiz e.V.

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Ebermannstadt, Bavaria Die 18-Loch Anlage des Golfclubs liegt in einer abwechslungsreichen Landschaft der Fränkische Schweiz. Die Fairways sind teils offen, teils von Bäumen und Büschen sowie Blumenwiesen gesäumt. Strategisch platzierte Bunker sorgen für spielerische Herausforderungen. Ein 6-Loch-Kurzplatz vervollständigt die guten Trainings- und Spielbedingungen.

Golf-Club Lindau-Bad Schachen e.V.

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Lindau, Bavaria Die 1954 vom Golfplatzarchitekten Kurt Rossknecht geplante 18-Loch-Anlage des Golf-Club Lindau-Bad Schachen wurde um das Schloß Schönbühl herum angelegt. Die ebenen bis hügeligen Fairways sind gekennzeichnet durch uralten Baumbestand im Wechsel mit junger Bepflanzung und zahlreiche Wasserhindernisse. Vor allem aber bietet der Platz atemberaubende Ausblicke auf den Bodensee und die nahen Alpen im Drei-Länder-Eck. Die attraktive und selektive Anlage darf sich zu den optisch schönsten Plätzen Deutschlands zählen.

Golfclub Altötting-Burghausen e.V.

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Haiming, Bavaria Der Golfclub Altötting-Burghausen verfügt über eine 27-Loch Anlage. Der 18-Loch-Meisterschaftsplatz ist dem Barockschlösschen Piesing vorgelagert und trägt daher den Namen “Schloß Piesing”. Charakteristisch sind breite Fairways und strategisch platzierte Hindernisse fordern - wenn auch fair - Golfer aller Spielstärken.

Der 9-Loch-Platz “Falkenhof” liegt eingebettet im Zusammenfluss von Inn und Alz. Hier wurde der Schwerpunkt auf eine Mischung aus Erholung bei gleichzeitig abwechslungsreichen Spielbahnen gelegt.

Golfclub am Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald e.V.

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Sankt Oswald, Bavaria Die 18-Loch Anlage des Golfclubs am Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald ist geprägt von der urwüchsigen Landschaft dieses ersten deutschen Nationalparks. Der Golfplatz zeigt, wie Naturschutz und Golf durch die Schaffung von Schutzzonen für Flora und Fauna zusammen wirken können, so daß Wildtiere und Vögel aller Art gesicherte Lebenszonen finden. Die Fairways sind zum Teil offen angelegt, zum Teil von Wald umsäumt. Strategisch platzierte Bunker und Wasserhindernisse tragen zusätzlich zur optischen wie sportlichen Abwechslung bei.

Golfclub Bad Kissingen e.V.

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Bad Kissingen, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Bad Kissingen was founded in 1910 a few kilometers from Bad Kissingen. The parkland style golf course with very old trees extends along the river Saale. Well maintained lush green fairways are crossed or accompanied by water hazards. A real challenge even for the ambitous golfer. The fairways are partly wide and partly narrow. Enjoy a very traditional golf club.

Golfclub Bamberg e.V.

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Breitengüßbach, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Bamberg is located north of Bamberg and nestled in the Franconian hills. The championship course, which is surrounded by a forest area, is characterized by water hazards, well-placed bunkers, fast undulating greens and numerous slopes that challenge golfers of all levels.

Golfclub Dorn-Herzogstein

Waldkirchen, Bavaria Der 9-Loch Golfclub Dorn-Herzogstein liegt eingebettet in einem leicht hügeligen Gelände vor den Höhenzügen des Bayerischen Waldes. Eine Idylle inmitten des bayerisch-oberösterreichischen Grenzgebiets zwischen Feldern, Flüssen und Wälder, zwischen Burgen, Klöster und Thermen.

Golfclub Fahrenbach im Fichtelgebirge e.V.

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Tröstau, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Fahrenbach im Fichtelgebirge is embedded in the Nature Park Fichtelgebirge east of the famous town of Bayreuth. The hilly golf course is challenging because of its topography, the watercourses, the small groups of shrubs and trees and the biotopes. 

Golfclub Gut Sansenhof

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Amorbach – Sansenhof, Bavaria

The 27-hole Golfclub Gut Sansenhof is situated between the towns of Michelstadt and Amorbach in the Odenwald. The golf club offers two public courses, the 18-hole course and a 9-hole practice course. Enjoy the luxury of playing without waiting times.

Golfclub Haßberge e.V.

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Ebelsbach-Steinbach, Bavaria

The 18-hole Golf Club Hassberge is situated on a hilly plateau above the vineyards and offers a magnificent view of the valley and to the Sanctuary of Maria Limbach. From here it is only 22 km to the famous town of Bamberg and 32 km to Schweinfurt. The golf course is surrounded by old oak trees and is considered to be a particular sporting challenge to every golfer.

Golfclub Hellengerst

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Hellengerst, Bavaria Die 18-Loch Anlage des Golfclub Hellengerst liegt auf einem Hochplateau des Weitnauer Tals mit wunderschönen Ausblicken auf die Oberbayerischen, Allgäuer und Schweizer Alpen. Eingebettet in die typische Hügellandschaft der Region sieht sich der Golfer mit Bunker- und Wasserhindernissen sowie Hanglagen konfrontiert. Präzise Abschläge sind ebenso erforderlich wie kontrolliertes Anspiel der Grüns. Der Platz ist für Anfänger wie Fortgeschrittene gleichermaßen attraktiv.

Golfclub im Chiemgau Chieming e.V.

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Chieming, Bavaria Der Golfclub Chieming mit seinem 18-Loch-Meisterschaftsplatz liegt in einem ondulierten Gelände inmitten der reizvollen Landschaft des Chiemgau. Der Platz bietet Top-Grüns sowie strategisch platzierte Bunker und Teiche in landschaftlich einmaliger Umgebung. Flache Fairways wechseln sich ab mit leicht hügeligen. Mehrere Bahnen werden seitlich von Mischwald begrenzt.

Golfclub Schloss Elkofen e.V.

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Grafing-Oberelkofen, Bavaria

Der Golfclub Schloss Elkofen liegt eingebettet in eine typisch oberbayerische Moränenlandschaft nur 30 Minuten von München entfernt. Dem Spieler bietet sich von hier ein grandioser Blick auf das Panorama der Alpen. Die hügeligen Spielbahnen folgen dem Rhythmus des Geländes.

Golfclub Schloss Mainsondheim e.V.

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Mainsondheim, Bavaria Die 18-Loch Anlage des Golfclub Schloss Mainsondheim ist an der Mainschleife bei Dettelbach vor dem Hintergrund einer lieblichen Weinbergkulisse gelegen. Die Bahnen sind gekennzeichnet durch malerische Biotope und große Grüns, die jedoch von Bunkern und Wasserhindernissen variantenreich verteidigt werden. Der überwiegend flache Platz bietet Anfängern wie auch anspruchsvollen Golfern abwechslungsreiche und interessante Spielmöglichkeiten.

Golfclub Steigerwald in Geiselwind e.V.

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Geiselwind, Bavaria Die 18-Loch Meisterschaftsanlage des Golfclub Steigerwald liegt eingebettet in die fränkische Natur auf einem Hochplateau. Der von Don Harradine designte Platz bietet an einigen Stellen herrliche Ausblicke auf die umgebende Landschaft. Die Bahnen sind charakterisiert durch einige wenige Wasserhindernisse und schönen von Bunkern verteidigten Grüns.