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.
The 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 6-hole short course Gundelsberg. The three courses extend over a gorgeous sunny plateau between Fischen and Bolsterlang.
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 Golfclub Oberstaufen-Steibis is located amidst the charming Upper Allgäu countryside and within easy reach of Lake Constance. Offering fantastical mountain views, this golf course is considered one of the most beautiful courses in the Allgäu. The fairways are characterized by old trees, waterflows, biotopes, small lakes and rocks.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The 18-hole Allgäuer Golf- und Landclub (built in 1984) is located about 3 kilometers south of spa town Ottobeuren, which is famous for its Benedictine abbey - one of the most beautiful baroque churches in Bavaria. The club is offering an interesting layout of the course with beautiful old trees and short distances from green to tee.
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.
The 9-hole course of the land and Werdenfels Golf Club was built in 1930 to designs by Bernhard von Limburger and is one of the oldest golf courses in Germany. In the immediate vicinity to Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the place embedded in the unique Werdenfelser mountains. From here there are fantastic views of the Wetterstein with the Alps and the Zugspitze. Characteristic of the square next to the old trees, the relatively narrow fairways and small greens, the precision are required.
The 18-hole Golf Club Lindau-Bad Schachen (founded in 1954) is located in the three-country corner above the town of Lindau with magnificent views of Lake Constance and the Alps. The golf course, which runs around the castle Schönbühl, was designed by well known golf architect Kurt Rossknecht.
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.
The 9-hole Scheidegg Golf Course is part of the Golfpark Allgäu, which comprises a total of three courses. The golf course Scheidegg is located in the sunniest region of Germany and offers fantastic views of the Alpine panorama and sometimes up to Lake Constance. The relatively flat course offers the opportunity for a pleasant and at the same time varied game surrounded by a beautiful nature.
The 18-hole golf course of Oberstaufen-Buflings belongs to the Golf Park Allgäu. It is located on a sunny plateau on the edge of the town of Oberstaufen. The course is harmoniously adapted to the Allgäu landscape with its varied topography. Slight differences in altitude, slopes and water hazards characterize the fairways. From many holes you can enjoy the magnificent panoramic mountains views.