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Find your perfect swing

A number of challenging and spectacular golf courses await in SalzburgerLand

Anyone who has been out and about with a golf bag strapped around their shoulder knows how satisfying a round of golf can be. Especially when that moment of perfection is achieved: the sound of that perfect ‘click’ as the club makes a flawless connection with the ball and the sight of the golf ball sailing off in a perfect trajectory down the fairway.

For any golfer the feeling of profound wellbeing and deep satisfaction at that point in time is unrivalled. Imagine, then, how greater the sense of joy when playing in a spectacular setting with all your needs tended to. Strike out along deliciously demanding fairways surrounded by mountains, crystal-clear lakes and forests, tee off on well-groomed lawns, and sink a putt whilst tended by passionate and hospitable people all dedicated to providing you with the ultimate golfing experience. What more could you ask for?

Tempted? You will find all of this, and more, in SalzburgerLand, with its many spectacular golf courses. Here’s some more information to help you decide where in this area to find your perfect swing.

GC Gut Altentann, Henndorf

This was Jack Nicklaus’s first 18-hole golf course on the European continent. Nicklaus himself confirmed that it was an absolute joy to work in such a beautiful setting.
18 holes, Par 72
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GC Gut Brandlhof, Saalfelden

Lying directly on the 4-star Superior Hotel Gut Brandlhof , the course is nestled in glorious mountain scenery – despite the fact that all 18 fairways are completely flat. The picturesque River Saalach also runs through this course, giving the tenacious golfer an extra challenge.
18 holes, Par 72
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GC Gastein, Bad Gastein

You will find 18 fairways on this scenic golf course at the gateway to the Hohe Tauern National Park. The mixture of hilly paths and level fairways, as well as its excellent Golf Academy, ensures that golfers of all skills and abilities will find their perfect game.
18 holes, Par 71
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GC Goldegg, Goldegg

Located in the heart of SalzburgerLand and surrounded by idyllic countryside, this 18-hole golf course is often called the jewel of Salzburg Golf country.
18 holes, Par 72
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GC Lungau, St. Michael

Harmoniously blended into idyllic surroundings with its ponds and wetlands, the championship course boasts 18 holes, whilst the smaller course has 9 to its name and extends alongside the banks of the River Mur.
18 holes, Par 72; 9-hole short course Par 3
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GC Mittersill-Stuhlfelden, Mittersill

Flat terrain, doglegs, ponds, a small stream which accompanies your entire round, and the crowning glory is a par-3 island green, directly in front of the sunny clubhouse terrace.
18 holes, Par 70
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GC Radstadt, Radstadt

This golf course is surrounded by a spectacular panorama of mountains, forests and a medieval town. The “Birdie-Jet” golf gondola lift is just one of its outstanding features.
18 holes, Par 72; 9 holes – Par 3 compact course
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GC Salzburg – Eugendorf, Eugendorf

This is the 18-hole champion course of the next generation. It offers up a golfing challenge for skilled players and a real adventure for newcomers.
18 holes, Par 72
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GC Salzburg – Fuschl, Hof

This is one of the oldest golf courses in Austria with a view over both lake and castle. It offers a fascinating challenge and demands strategic cunning in your game.
9 holes, Par 60
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GC Salzburg – Klessheim, Wals-Siezenheim-Himmelreich

One of the oldest golf courses in Austria, this 9-hole course is situated in the middle of the grounds designed for the baroque Klessheim Palace. You can use, but not purchase, the Golf Alpin Card here.
9 holes, Par 70
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GC Urslautal, Saalfelden

One of the most beautiful championship courses of the Alpine area. Play against a backdrop of mountains, flower-filled meadows and riverscapes.
18 holes, Par 71
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GC Salzkammergut, Aigen Voglhub

Time seems to run slower when you’re surrounded by mighty mountain tops, crystal-clear lakes and idyllic river courses. Founded in 1933, this course offers the golfer a technically demanding and diverse game.
18 holes, Par 71
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GC Waldhof, Fuschl am See

You’ll be delighted by this park, which lends itself to a challenging golfing game. The driving range and pitching and putting greens leave nothing to be desired.
9 holes; Par 60
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GC Zell am See – Kaprun, Zell am See

This is the largest golf facility in the Austrian Alpine region. Nestled in flat, park-like grounds, there are two 18-hole championship grounds. The ‘Schmittenhöhe’: 18 holes, 6,262 m, Par 72 and ‘Kitzsteinhorn’: 18 holes, 6,003 m, Par 73
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Golf-Alpin Card – Variety is the spice of life

This is a must-have for those who want to spend their golfing holiday in the Lake and Mountain District of SalzburgerLand and would like the flexibility to play at different golf clubs. With the Golf Alpin Card you can choose from over 30 Gold Alpin member partner clubs in Tirol, SalzburgerLand and Salzkammergut.

The Card is flexible, for example, you can play:
– 5 rounds on 18-hole courses or
– 3 rounds on 18-hole courses plus 4 rounds on 9-hole courses or
– 10 rounds on 9-hole courses…

Prices start from £170 (€199) for 3 green fees, and the card is valid for use on weekends and public holidays.

Junge Golferin hockt beim Golf am Putting Green und denkt über ihren Putt nach

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