In a quiet and natural landscape, at the foot of the towering mountain massif of the Stone Sea, lies one of the most beautiful championship golf courses in the Alps. The club was created in the year 1991, responsible for the design is the English-born golf professional Keith Preston. The Urslautal golf course, located on a high plateau between Saalfelden and Maria Alm, blends harmoniously and perfectly into the given landscape. Here you will find not only a high Erhohlungswert amidst lush meadows, but also a sporting challenge. Due to its many biotopes and its length of almost 6000 meters, it is not only interesting for tourists, but also time and again venue for Austrian championships.
In the first nine holes of the course, the choice of tea is a very important aspect. Hole 1 is a nice par 4 to start. At the 2 there is a water obstacle on the right side of the fairway. Hole 3 is the longest par 3 in the field which is well defended by a frontal bunker. The following holes 4 - 7 are challenging and beautifully integrated into the terrain. Hole 8 is the hardest hole on the field, a Par 5 with everything that makes a golfer's heart beat faster. On the entire length right is off. A too long tee ends in the water hazard, the second stroke must be well placed through a narrow swath, only then they have the opportunity to attack the difficult green with the third blow. Hole 9 a par four leads back to the clubhouse, the hit on the green should not be too short, otherwise a big bunker threatens.
From the Championship tee, the Par 71 course is just under 6.000 meters long and offers an attractive mix of longer and shorter fairways. Every track is an experience in itself. Due to the numerous biotopes and water hazards a good course management in the golf club Urslautal is one of the keys to a good score.
Despite the alpine panorama, the course is flat and can therefore be easily mastered on foot.
Hole 10 is a long par 5 with lots of water and a very well defended green. The holes 11 -13 are three architecturally well-planned Par 4 holes, which should not be approached too aggressively. The 14 is a very long and challenging par 4. The second blow to the green is a big challenge due to a water hazard. The 15 is a visually fantastic par 3 where the green is defended with three big bunkers. Hole 16 a par 5 that invites you to attack, but beware of the water hazard on the right. This is followed by a par 3 with a narrow green and water obstacle right in front of the green. The final hole is again a long par 5 uphill. In the landing zone of the drive, there is a water hazard on both sides. With a successful approach to the green, they can expect applause from the clubhouse terrace.
|Greendfee prices 2020||Full price||J|
|Daily green fee Mon-Sun||€ 85.-|
|SAT, SUN and public holidays August September||€ 87.-|
|Evening green fee *||€ 50.-|
|Children up to 15 years Mon - Sun||€ 40.-|
|Students and young people up to 21 years|
|Monday to Sunday||€ 50.-|
|Range fee per day *||€ 10.-|
|Basket range balls||€ 2.-|
|Short course 3 holes *||€ 25.-|
|Packages - available with guest card|
|Golf Alpin Pass 5 green fees||€ 360, -|
|Golf Alpin Pass 4 green fees||€ 288, -|
|Golf Alpin Pass 3 green fees||€ 216, -|
|Dogs can be brought onto the pitch from 15 p.m.|
|* no discount possible|
|All prices include 20% VAT.|
On the unique clubhouse terrace, you can review your round of golf and enjoy the magnificent views of the surrounding mountains. Delight in culinary delicacies from the region and treat yourself to selected Austrian wines. The Golfclub Urslautal and his team are looking forward to your visit and wish you a successful golfing season.
In a quiet and natural landscape, at the foot of the towering mountain massif of the Stone Sea, lies one of the most beautiful championship golf courses in the Alps.
The Urslautal golf course, located on a high plateau between Saalfelden and Maria Alm, blends harmoniously and perfectly into the given landscape.
Par 71 - Yellow 5.738m - White 5.967m - Red 4.933m - Black 5.252m