Playing golf at the highest level – in the Olympiaregion Seefeld
The wealth of golfing opportunities in the Olympiaregion Seefeld’s will stir the heart of every golfer.
To play golf in the Olympiaregion Seefeld is to experience nature at its finest. The 18 fairways of the Seefeld-Wildmoos Golf Club, which is a member of the “Leading Golf Courses Austria”, were landscaped some 40 years ago by the English architect Donald Harradine. Designed in such a way as to blend in with the undulating Alpine landscape with its meadows and forests of larch and birch, surrounded by majestic fir and spruce trees, experts rightly rank it among the world’s top 100 golf courses.
Depending on the season, the fairways are surrounded by flowering meadows of bright blue gentian, by colourful summer blooms or by the rich colours of autumn. The Alpine elevation and comparatively thin mountain air lengthen your drive and, along with the breathtaking views, you’re guaranteed an unforgettable game. And if you fancy taking it easy one day, why not play a round on the 9-hole course at the Golfclub Seefeld-Reith situated right in the village itself.
In both Wildmoos and in the Golfclub Seefeld-Reith, qualified golf pros are available to assist you with your game – but beware - once you’ve been infected with the golf virus there’s no escaping the lure of this unique sport.
There are many other attractive golf courses in the region’s immediate surroundings, an hour’s drive away at the most – pure, unadulterated golfing pleasure guaranteed!
Numerous hotels offer interesting packages which include various extras specially for golfers. Membership of “Golf Alpin”, an amalgamation of 30 Golf Alpin partner clubs and partner hotels in the Tyrol and the Salzburg region which match golf quality criteria, allows you to take advantage of further benefits offered by the Golf Alpin Card.
Information about the Olympiaregion
Situated at an altitude of some 1,200 metres, the five villages that make up the Olympiaregion Seefeld - Leutasch, Mösern, Reith, Scharnitz and Seefeld - each have their own quite distinctive character. Surrounded by the peaks of the Hohe Munde, the Wetterstein range, the Alpenpark Karwendel nature reserve and the Wildmoos landscape conservation area, the south-facing high plateau has summer holiday offers to suit every taste: some 650 kilometres of walking and hiking trails, 200 kilometres of approved mountain bikes routes, a new well-signed network of over 266 kilometres of paths for running and Nordic walking, 2 golf courses and one outdoor and two indoor swimming pools are just some of the highlights for sports enthusiasts. Enjoy an evening of relaxing entertainment in the elegant Seefeld Casino in the centre of the village’s picturesque pedestrian area. Accommodation available in all categories, from luxurious 5-star hotels to family-run guest houses or two idyllically situated camp sites along with countless restaurants, mountain huts and lodges and the long tradition of hospitality which you can sense wherever you go, all go towards making the region such a popular holiday destination.