As soon as the last remnants of snow have melted in the valley, it's time to get the golf equipment back in shape. And the Golf Alpin courses in SalzburgerLand and Tyrol are also working hard to get the courses ready for play. With 40 golf courses, Golf Alpin is the largest golf swing in Europe. Thus the guests profit from an offer which looks for its-same and at variety wealth is not to be topped. We are all the more pleased that we were able to expand the offer with three more golf clubs.

Dolomitengolf Osttirol
With its 36 holes, this course with a view of the 'skyline' of the Dolomites is the largest facility in Tyrol. But not only the quantity, also the quality is captivating The flat terrain amidst intact landscape with lots of water and natural ponds makes the course a highlight for sporty connoisseurs - challenging and relaxing.
You can stay overnight and indulge in culinary delights in one of the two on-course domiciles, the 5-star Dolomitengolf Suites and the 4-star Superior Dolomitengolf Hotel & Spa.

Golfclub Waldhof am Fuschlsee
The Golfclub Waldhof convinces with a 9-hole golf course with PAR 62 and a fantastic view over the Fuschlsee and is only a 15-minute walk from Hotel Ebners Waldhof am See. Beginners and professionals golf here in a charming location between mountain and lake. In addition to the magnificent view, the beautiful course scores with its very well-kept greens and fairways. The driving range with 12 teeing grounds (8 of them covered), additional grass tees, the separate putting green and the chipping green with bunkers and water hazards leaves nothing to be desired in terms of golf training. 

Golfclub am Mondsee
The 18 holes of the Golfclub Am Mondsee offer every golfer varied and challenging opportunities due to the four different tee boxes. While golf beginners have a fair chance at good scores from the front tees, top golfers can summon up their entire golfing repertoire from the champion tee to earn a birdie. The championship course impresses with cleverly positioned bunkers, long fairways and the ubiquitous Dragon Lake. The closing holes are among the best closing holes in the golf world. But despite the cleverly positioned bunkers, long fairways and the omnipresent Dragon Lake: from the standard tees, Golfclub Am Mondsee also offers golfers with higher handicaps a fair game. But it's not just the sparkling blue water, the rugged beauty of the nearby Salzkammergut mountains that draws the eye before every tee shot. Due to its convenient location, the club can be reached quickly from the city of Salzburg.

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