Golf in South Tyrol
Golfing… great outdoor pleasure! Golfing in South Tyrol is a very special pleasure. Idyllically positioned golf course, ponds with alpine source water, easy and long fairways… and all this with a fantastic view of the Dolomites!
The golf courses in the Dolomite region Tires al Catinaccio/Tiers am Rosengarten, Val d'Ega/Eggental and Alpe di Siusi:
Carezza Golf Club - 9 holes (Par 70) 1,600 m
Playing golf at the bottom of Catinaccio Mountain Even Empress Sissi and the English Prime Minister Churchill played golf at the Carezza golf course. Now you can find a 9-hole golf course with alpine character at 1,600 m above sea level. An unforgettable adventure is the tee-off at hole 5 directly into the red of the sunset at Catinaccio Mountain. A highlight that takes place every year is the "Alpine Iron Man" competition, a 12-hour marathon tournament comprising of 54 holes. This non-stop golf competition is an amazing challenge of concentration and endurance.
Golf Club Facts
: 9 Holes - Par 70 - altitude 1600 m - Driving Range - Putting Green
Castelrotto-Alpe di Siusi Golf Club – 18 holes (Par 69) 850 m
Open from March to November (altitude 850 m), this golf course comprises about 60 hectares and is ideally embedded into the landscape. Idyllic ponds, ravines, rivers, fascinating waterfalls, and long and easy fairways... Whether beginner or professional – this is entertainment for everyone!
Golf Club Facts:
18 Holes - Par 69 -
850 m - Driving Range -
Putting-Pitching Green – Bunker - Golfschool PGA Professionals
Petersberg Golf Club - 18 holes (Par 71) 1,200 m
The oldest golf course in South Tyrol is located at 1,200 m above sea level: Petersberg Golf Club. The golf course is located on an alpine plateau offering a fascinating view of the mountains. Characteristic of the course are old trees and greens hidden behind refined dog-legs or fir trees and single, vast meadows.
Golf Club Facts:
18 Holes - Par 71 – altitude 1200 m - Driving Range - 2 Putting Greens - Pitching Green - Bunker
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