Golf holiday in Salzburg and Berchtesgaden
The best Golf courses near hotel Sallerhof
Golfbag packed? Enough golf balls and tees? Perfect! Then you can start directly in your golf-holiday! Around Grödig therer are a lot of golf courses, 9- and 18-hole courses.
9-hole-courses in Salzburg
Golfacademy Salzburg Rif
Golf & Country Clubs Schloss Klessheim:
In the heart of a park designed by Fischer von Erlach for baroque Schloss Klessheim, we find the 9-hole course of this club dating back to 1955, making it one of the oldest in Austria. Golfers can use, though not purchase, their Golf Alpin Card here.
One of the oldest golf courses in Austria, with views both of the castle and lake - a 9-hole course which, because of its sporting challenges, simply fascinates players and demands a very precise, tactical game.
GC Drachenwand Mondsee:
Because of its unique scenery and the enjoyable golfing it offers, visitors simply love to play this course. At the foot of the Drachenwand, in the heart of the Salzkammergut between Thalgau and Mondsee, and close to Salzburg, the home of the famous festival, lie the 27-hectare grounds of Drachenwand golf club. A golfing gem with one-of-a-kind views.
Golfclub Waldhof in Fuschl:
Driving range with 11 tees (6 are covered)
Chipping and putting green
1 Par-3 practice hole for the golf school
A course sure to appeal to even the most discerning golfer - you are sure to be pleasantly surprised. The driving range and putting greens, too, leave no wish unfulfilled.
Golfclub Berchtesgaden am Obersalzberg
18-hole-courses around Salzburg
The next generation of 18-hole championship course. A golfing challenge for skilled players and a real adventure for rookies.
GC Salzkammergut, Aigen Voglhub:
Between mighty alpine summits, around crystal-clear lakes and alongside idyllic rivers, it almost appears that time here ticks a little slower than it does elsewhere. A place where it's not just speed and hectic activity that matter, but also quality of life, nature and enjoyment of the finer things. Founded in 1933, the club offers guests a technically demanding, variety-filled round of golf.
GC Salzkammergut in Bad Ischl:
Because of the extension to a 18 hole course, supraregional publicity for the game of golf, big sports success, and international events the club became a solid footing, which led to the economical independence of today. During the summer season a generous, new driving range with bunker and chipping green invites you to train. Who also likes to play golf in winter, finds the perfect conditions in our region. Additionally the ex-champion Franz Laimer offers classes a golf performance centre, of course also in winter.
Our golf club promises unforgettable golf experiences. Surrounded by magnificent scenery, you will find an 18 hole golf course of the highest quality. Large training facilities and a charming 9 hole par 3 course creates a fantastic atmosphere for beginners and for training.
Gut Brandlhof Saalfelden:
Ladies (red) - Length: 5,428 m; CR: 71.3; SL: 126
Men (yellow) - Length: 6,089 m; CR: 699; SL: 129
6-hole short course
Nestled amid magnificent mountain scenery . yet all 18 fairways are completely flat. Yet another distinctive feature is the Saalach, a small river over which golfers have to play several times.
GC Altentann in Henndorf
- Driving range, chipping area, 2 putting greens
- E-trolleys and carts to rent out
- Caddies by arrangement
- Member of Leading Golf Courses Austria
This course was the first 18-hole course on the European continent designed by Jack Nicklaus. According to Nicklaus, he found it a pure joy to work in such a beautiful setting and under such ideal conditions. The course meets top international standards and represents golfing architecture raised to perfection.
Golf Club Gastein, founded in 1960, is one of the oldest and most traditional golf clubs in Austria. Here the goal for everyone, from beginners to experienced players, is the same: enjoy playing golf! Golf is not only played here but experienced - in all senses. The 18 hole golf course, lying in the middle of the Hohe Tauern National Park, offers a unique experience of nature at its best. A successful combination of even and undulating fairways, well established age-old trees and the romantic Au forest. Away from the noise of everyday life, golfers can enjoy the harmony and recreation.
Golfclub Zell am See-Kaprun:
Biggest golfing facility in the alpine regions of Austria. Nestled amidst flat, park-like terrain are two 18-hole championship courses. The 'Schmittenhöhe' and 'Kitzsteinhorn' courses, named for the local mountains of the region, make up the largest golf resort of the Austrian Alps. During the season, athletes from all over the world improve their handicaps here and show that they have what it takes during the tournaments.
Originally built as an 18-hole facility in 1995 and subsequently expanded in 2004, this course is nestled amid truly romantic landscapes, boasting one of the most beautiful clubhouses in the Alps and an outstanding golf academy. Each and every golfer can look forward to an utterly unforgettable experience.
New since the 2010 season - a Par 5 with two fairways!
One of the biggest practice facilities in Austria - driving range with 60 tees, precisely measured target areas for exact training. One of the most beautiful championship courses in the alpine region. The mountain scenery, flower-covered meadows and riverscapes accompany players throughout their round. A course for strategists, also giving weaker players a fair chance.
You will find an excellently prepared 18-hole tournament course surrounded by matchless mountain scenery between woods and the panorama of the medieval town. The cordial and extremely friendly atmosphere will ensure you enjoy your round of golf with friends in our unique alpine surroundings. Our Golf Cable Car "Birdie Jet" is a world exclusive! From the 11th green you will glide 250 metres up to the 12th tee. From there you play the ball down more than 100 metres- an unforgettable experience. Deservedly this is recognised as one of the most stunning par 4 holes in Austria.