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From a … green perspective

Emotions and force, precision and momentum, not to mention concentration. All these attributes come together in a single discipline: golf. A short plead to answer the question: is it worth swinging a club in South Tyrol?

Although South Tyrol is especially known as a popular destination for trekking and bike tours among sports lovers, more and more golfers are starting to spend their vacation here. This should not come as a surprise: even though South Tyrol, which currently only offers eight golf clubs and three practice fields, is certainly not on a par with other golf destinations, other places hardly evoke the same enthusiasm as the local golf courses do. With their extraordinary and varied landscapes they are all distinguished by their unique characters.

GC Carezza
A golfer’s paradise with views of the Catinaccio

GC Lana Gutshof Brandis
Golf between vineyards and apple orchards

GC Appiano “The blue Monster”
Challenges between enchanting lakes

GC Val Pusteria
The perfect place at the feet of the Plan de Corones

GC Dolomiti
A paradise for professional players

GC Passiria.Merano
Exciting challenges for experienced golfers

GC Alta Badia
Golfing fun in the heart of the Dolomites

GC San Vigilio-Siusi
Sensations below the Alpe di Siusi

GC Petersberg
A gorgeous course surrounded by larch trees

The golf courses in South Tyrol offer amazing views and plenty of sun; typical of the southern Alps. Several golf clubs are also located on a higher altitude, which offers a clear advantage – especially in the summer. The courses in the valley, on the other hand, allow an extension of the season. Depending on the weather conditions, this allows you to practice your favourite sport almost year-round.

The golf courses of South Tyrol all have one thing in common: they are immersed in absolutely spectacular natural settings