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 Golf Club Anthal-Waginger See e.V. is located near the German-Austrian border. The scenic 9-hole golf course in beautiful Chiemgau is centrally situated between Traunstein, Trostberg, Freilassing, Salzburg, and Burghausen with a distance of fewer than 30 km. In the hilly, natural green of the Alpine foothills, the Anthal-Waginger See Golf Club invites you to relax and unwind from everyday stress. The thoughtfully designed and varied 9-lanes appeal to beginners experienced players and sporty golfers alike.
The 18-hole Golfclub Chieming near lake Chiemsee lies in an undulating terrain amidst the charming landscape of the Chiemgau. The championship course offers top greens, strategically placed bunkers and ponds in the scenic surroundings of the Alpine foothills. Flat fairways alternate with slightly hilly ones.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.