Golfing on a sun-drenched plateau in the Tyrolean mountains
Golf on one of the world’s most scenic golf courses
Memorable golfing experience amid a fascinating mountain landscape on a high plateau at an altitude of 1,200 metres above sea level
Central location with a good infrastructure and easy accessibility, close to the city (Innsbruck)
18-hole course, a member of Austria’s ‘Leading Golf Courses’ association and considered one of the most beautiful golf courses in the Alps (Seefeld-Wildmoos Golf Club)
9-hole course, Seefeld-Reith Golf Club, suitable for all levels – driving range, 12 covered teeing areas for training irrespective of weather conditions, putting, pitching and chipping greens with a practice bunker (no membership required)
Best of the Alps– traditional winter sport region with an international clientele, which ranks as one of the most exclusive holiday destinations in the Alps
Golf holidays in one the most breathtaking mountain regions in Tyrol
Located at an altitude of 1,200 metres above sea level on a sun-drenched plateau set against a stunning mountain backdrop, the Olympiaregion Seefeld in Tyrol is one of the most beautiful golfing destinations in the Alps. A breathtaking panorama with views of the majestic peaks of the Karwendel and Wetterstein massifs, in combination with immaculate fairways and greens, offers a world-class golfing holiday for discerning players amid an exclusive setting.
The Olympiaregion Seefeld boasts an outstanding infrastructure and quality of life, attracts an international clientele and offers superb gastronomic options. As a member of the exclusive ‘Best of the Alps’ alliance, the Olympiaregion Seefeld, along with 11 other select destination in five Alpine countries, acts as an ‘ambassador’ for the Alpine region and offers ideal conditions for a relaxed golfing holiday in Tyrol.
A member of Austria’s ‘Leading Golf Courses’ association and ranked as one of the ‘Top 100 Golf Courses’ in the world, the 18-hole Seefeld-Wildmoos course is a veritable jewel. Meticulously designed by architect Donald Harradine, it blends in flawlessly with the picturesque landscape. The 18-hole golf course boasts immaculate fairways and greens. Owing to its diverse terrain, it offers a fantastic challenge for players of all handicaps, and guarantees an unforgettable golfing holiday complete with a spectacular mountain backdrop. E-trolleys and one-seater e-carts are available for those who prefer to take it easy and for elderly and handicapped players.
Excellent conditions can also be enjoyed in on Seefeld-Reith Golf Club’s outstanding 9-hole golf course, which also includes a spacious training area run by Seefeld-Reith Golf Academy. Everyone, from beginners to experiences players of all ages and levels of expertise, can enjoy this superb facility with its wide variety of challenges. Its two-way driving range offers 12 covered teeing areas, chipping, pitching and putting greens and a practice bunker. Also open to non-members, the Seefeld-Reith 9-hole course is ideal for newcomers to the sport of golf.
For golfing beginners and experienced players alike, the two local golf schools – Seefeld-Wildmoos and Seefeld-Reith in Tyrol – offer professional, tailor-made courses. The courses held by Seefeld-Wildmoos School of Golf include taster and beginners’ courses, tournament qualification courses, intensive advanced courses in small groups or on a one-to-one basis with highly qualified trainers. Seefeld-Reith Golf Academy offers children’s courses and ‘Platzreife’ licence courses, as well as one-to-one training with PGA Head Professional Thomas Knuchel and tailor-made sessions, on request, with professional video analysis.
This article is a translation from the current summer issue of the magazine Zeit.los. A story about how the golf came to the Olympiaregion Seefeld. And how it has formed the plateau and its guests ever since.