Welcome to the greenest state in Austria, its Green Heart, made up of around 60% forest. The land of mountains and forests, of wine and gardens, of towns and encounters. This is all typical of Styria. Not to forget the warm-hearted people and the many products that grow directly on the doorstep. From pumpkins used to make pumpkin seed oil to the magnificent wine obtained from the vineyards of the south, Styrians most definitely know how to make the most of their regional produce.
With the Styria Golf Card you are invited use 18 of Styria's courses, situated between alpine panoramas and luscious vineyards. In addition to attractive green fee options, it also gives you the opportunity to experience various facets of Styria's countryside, culture and wellness opportunities. The Styria Golf Card is available with either three or five green fees and is valid on weekdays as well as weekends and holidays without surcharges. And if the Styria Golf Card is not used up completely within one season, it is then valid until the end of the following season. You can purchase the Styria Golf Card from the Styrian Tourist Board, as part of packages offered by golf partner hotels, or at the golf clubs directly.
What could be better than totally relaxing after an intense round of golf? In the north, fresh air, salt and mud in the wellness centers and hotels help restore vitality and beauty. Further south, the hot springs of the spa country and its thermal spas are ready to refresh and revive you from head to toe. Take, for example, the newly rebuilt golf course at the Thermengolf Loipersdorf complex, situated in wonderful natural surroundings between Styria and Burgenland. Enjoy the delights of golf far from the stress of everyday life on the 27-hole golf course."Golf and Wellness" is more than just a slogan here. Europe's largest spa baths are just a few kilometers from the course. Soothing warm spa water, extensive sauna areas, massages and medical advice in the new SpaMed centre are all on offer.
Golfing in Styria furthermore combines a sporty challenge with cultural impressions. As a cultural region, Styria is quite convincing, with its imposing buildings, a unique cluster of museums and an unparalleled calendar of events. Graz is the capital of Styria, as well as a UNESCO world cultural heritage city and cultural capital of Europe in 2003. It is a very impressive town with landmarks from every period of style and avant-garde Austrian architecture.