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Golf courses in the Canton of Graubünden

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Golf courses in the Canton of Graubünden

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Golfclub Domat/Ems

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Domat/Ems, Graubünden

The 27 holes Golf Club Domat / Ems (1996) is located between Chur and the Flims Laax region, nestled in a flat and open terrain in the unique "Tumalandschaft" at an altitude of 590 m. The golf club provides three 9 holes (Yellow, Red and Blue Course), which can be combined as desired. Enjoy great mountain views and a challenging championship course.

Golfclub Lenzerheide

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Lantsch/Lenz, Graubünden

The 18 hole Golfclub Lenzerheide (1951) is situated in Lenzerheide, a well-known spa resort in Switzerland, just 20 minutes from Chur. Its elevation is 1400 meters above sea level. The golf course is surrounded by spruce forest and offers terrific views of the mountains. It is regarded as a jewel of the old mountain courses.

Engadine Golf Club

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Samedan, Graubünden

 The 36-hole Engadine Golf Club (founded 1893) in St Moritz is the oldest golf club in Switzerland and with more than 1,300 members one of the largest in the country. Enjoy breathtaking mountain views and one of the most beautiful alpine valleys. The Engadine Golf Club provides two great championship golf courses.

Buna Vista Golf Sagogn

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Sagogn, Graubünden

Der öffentliche 18-Loch Meisterschaftsplatz Buna Vista Golfplatz Sagogn (2009) liegt in einer fruchtbaren Ebene über dem Vorderrhein eingebettet in eine idyllisch ruhigen Landschaft in einer verkehrstechnisch optimalen Lage zwischen Laax und Ilanz. Der sonnenverwöhnte Platz bietet herrliche Ausblicke in die Bündner Berge und auf die spektakuläre Rheinschlucht.

Engadine Golf Club - Golfanlage Samedan

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Samedan, Graubünden

The 18-hole Engadine Golf Samedan belongs to the Engadin Golf Club. It was opened in 1891 and is Switzerland's oldest golf course. The championship course is predominantly level and is characterised by its many small lakes and streams and surrounded by a magnificent mountain landscape.

Engadine Golf Club - Golfanlage Zuoz-Madulain

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Zuoz, Graubünden

The 18 hole Zuoz-Madulain Golf Course (2003) belongs to the Engadine Golf Club which was founded in 1891. The golf course lies within slightly rolling hills and offers wonderful views over the Engadin Mountains and the historical villages. Some of the fairways ask for special strokes to overcome the hazards. Even for low handicaps the course can be a real challenge.

Golf Club Brigels

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Brigels, Graubünden

The golf course lies on a plateau nestling in a beautiful landscape. It is hilly but easy to walk. Slopes and strategicly placed bunkers characterize the game.

Golf Club Davos

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Davos Dorf, Graubünden

The 18 hole Golf Club Davos (1929) is located on 1.560 m above sea level on the outskirts of Davos, the highest town of Europe. The course on the comparatively level terrain offers breathtaking views over the mountains. Golfers find a harmonious balance between sporting challenge and superb natural surroundings.

Kulm Golf St. Moritz

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St.Moritz, Graubünden

 The 9-hole golf course  Kulm Golf St. Moritz was created in 1891. It was the first golf club in St. Moritz and the oldest golf course in the Alps. The Executive Golf Course at Kulmpark enjoys an incomparable scenic setting at 1,860 m altitude. The course nestles on the idyllic plain between the Silser and Silvaplaner lakes.

Golfclub Sedrun

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Tujetsch, Graubünden

The 9-holes Golf Club Sedrun is located near the Source of the Rhine at an altitude of 1,500 m with impressive mountain views. The partially very hilly course was designed by Peter Harradine. Each hole has two different tees for men and women, so that a second round is not a direct repetition of the first 9 holes. The sometimes spectacular holes offer much variety.

Golf Club Alvaneu Bad

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Alvaneu Bad, Graubünden

The 18-hole Golf Club Alvaneu Bad (1995) is located 950 meter above sea level. The golf course belongs to the most beautiful courses in the Alps. It is situated in front of spectacular mountains and offers views onto the legendary viaduct. The course runs through mostly level terrain and a beautiful parkland. The Golf Club Alvaneu Bad received the first Swiss Golf Award of 2007.

Golf Club Arosa

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Arosa, Graubünden

The 18 hole Golf Club Arosa is one of the highest golf courses in Europe. At 1,800 meters you play in front of an impressive mountain scenery. Enjoy panoramic golf at its best. The alpine golf course, designed by Donald and Peter Harradine, is well suited for players with a higher handicap due to its fairly short holes. On the other hand long hitters and experienced golfers will find lots of challenges to master. 

Golf Club Klosters

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Klosters, Graubünden The golf course is beautifully designed and offers great views over the mountains. The fairways are ondulated, the greens generous in dimension. Some tees offer spectacular drives into steep gradients.

Golf Club Vulpera

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Vulpera, Graubünden

The 9 hole Golf Club Vulpera (1923) is situated in the Engadin Scuol holiday region. The well maintained course is located at an altitude of 1,270 m in a sunlit and idyllic alpine landscape. The classic mountain course offers beautiful panoramic views. Partly narrow fairways are accompanied by trees which makes drives demanding. The golf course is suitable for all kind of players.