With 16 alpine golf courses, you can putt and chip in a national park or at the foot of glaciers on your holiday in SalzburgerLand. The Jack Nicklaus-designed Gut Altentann, in Henndorf, is ranked among Austria's top three and is set in lush countryside close to Lake Wallersee, its clubhouse a man-made island in a sea of wild flowers.
Just 10 minutes from Salzburg, Champion Course Eugendorf is a manicured American-style layout operated by the Golfclub Salzburg, together with the 18-hole Gut Brandlhof course, carved out along a river valley between soaring mountains near Saalfelden, the 9-hole Schloss Fuschl course and the Rif par-3 course south of Salzburg. Golfers can ring ahead from Eugendorf’s 9th tee from an authentic red English telephone box to order refreshments at the turn.
South-east SalzburgerLand has the 27-hole Lungau course, where mountain-framed fairways are laced by a river and several lakes, and the 27-hole Radstadt golf course, which offers a unique golf cable car, and 18-hole Gastein courses. Another alpine beauty is the 18-hole golf course Goldegg.
The breathtaking alpine panorama of the Kitzsteinhorn and Schmittenhöhe mountains in the SalzburgerLand region of Zell am See-Kaprun can sometimes make it difficult for golfers to keep their eye on the ball! Flawless fairways and an unequalled ambience make the golf club of the region the first choice among players from all over the world. Hence it is no coincidence that the Golfclub Zell am See-Kaprun has been a member of the 'Leading Golf Courses Austria' since 1999. To make sure that the activities are depleting your physical reserves rather than your wallet, Zell am See and Kaprun are partners of the Golf Alpin Card. And after a game on the largest golf course in the Austrian Alps, almost 90 partner hotels and apartments guarantee relaxation to the full. Luxurious five-star hotels, cosy inns and all kinds of self-catering accommodation are waiting for you.