Grisons - Switzerland's No. 1 golf region

A golf holiday against the backdrop of the Alps between mountains and lakes crowns the summer of many golf sports supporters. Graubünden has 15 golf courses in whole at present, some of them having a long history. A large number of the historic greens of the Swiss golf courses have recently been newly conceived and have been redesigned into superior and modern golf landscapes.

The Lenzerheide golf course is embedded in a sparse pine and spruce forest.

The Lenzerheide golf course is embedded in a sparse pine and spruce forest.

Our golf guests receive a 20 % discount on the green fee to enjoy golfing in Lenzerheide. If desired, we will be pleased to reserve your favoured starting times.

The Lenzerheide golf course is embedded in a sparse pine and spruce forest. The slightly hilly 18-hole course is located at 1,400 metres above sea level and, with its many natural obstacles and a few bunkers, represents a playful challenge. Enjoy playing golf in the middle of this imposing natural landscape. In the cosy Bündnerstube of the homely clubhouse, you can regain your strength for the next round of golf with fine culinary specialties. Located between ladies tee 7 and fairway 10, thirsty golfers will find natural refreshment at the source of a small mountain stream - cool, clear mountain spring water for glorious shots at all remaining holes.

Further information you find on the website of the golf course Lenzerheide.

 
  • Number of holes:
 

18

 
  • Par:
 

69

 
  • Slope/Course Rating:
 

128 / 67.5

 
  • Length / metres in altitude:
 

5,192 metres / 1,400 metres above sea level

 
  • Remarks:
 

"undulated" fairways and relatively small greens that will impress you with their excellent condition

 
  • Season:
 

May - October

 
  • Who is allowed on the course?
 

Players with a recognised golf course qualification (Hcp 30 if the course is busy)

In terms of topography and surroundings, the 18-hole golf course in Alvaneu Bad covers two different relief features and is surrounded by a mature tree population. The first 9 holes lie in a typical river landscape, the second 9 holes in a self-contained natural terrain unit, on the left hand side of the Albula. The streams have been turned into four lakes and used for the irrigation of the complex as well as water obstacles. It is no coincidence that the Alvaneu Bad golf course is one of Switzerland's hotspots.

Further information you find on the website of the golf course Alvaneu Bad.

Opened in 1996 and designed by architects Mario Verdieri and John Chilver Stainer, this 27-hole course offers an all-round challenging golfing experience. The spacious training facility is very well known in the world of golf and is one of the best in Switzerland. The Championship Course, Yellow/Red Course (par 72, 6158 metres) is nestled in a unique Tuma landscape. "Tumas" means forested moraine hills in the Romansh language - and they dominate the landscape of the golf course. Attractive water obstacles and an island green are the main features of the complex. The sand bunker in the middle of the green, on the final hole of the Yellow Course, is unique within Europe. The 27-hole course offers a varied golf programme for any handicap/PR, even on tournament days.

Further information you find on the website of the golf course Domat/Ems.

Golf courseHolesPar
Arosa1865
Bad Ragaz1870
Brigels972
Davos1868
Heidiland (Bad Ragaz)931
Klosters962
Sagogn1872
Samedan1872
Sedrun972
St. Moritz (Kulm Golf)927
Zuoz1872
Vulpera964

For more information about the golf courses of the region, please visit www.lenzerheide.com/golf

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