THE 36-HOLE COURSE DOLOMITENGOLF
At the Dolomitengolf Resort you can expect two well-kept 18-hole championship courses with daily changing course combinations. The four 9-hole courses, skilfully designed by golf architect Diethard Fahrenleitner, are a suitable challenge both for advanced golfers as well as for beginners.
You can look forward to numerous large ponds, elaborately undulating fairways and greens as well as large bunkers with the finest white sand. A course for sporty connoisseurs - both demanding and relaxing. And unlike the name suggests, the championship course in the wide valley of the Drau river is almost completely flat, so it is wonderfully easy to master on foot.
The four 9-hole courses
A great challenge of Golf
The 9-hole TIROLER VERSICHERUNG Course is characterized by undulating fairways and greens as well as large ponds and bunkers with fine sand. An exciting highlight is the "Signature-Hole" (hole 3) with its magnificent island green right in front of our Dolomitengolf Hotel & Spa.
The Falstaff Course is a real challenge for advanced players. Hole 8, a fairly short Par 4, demands a targeted second shot into a spectacular double green. The final green ( hole 9, Par 3) is well protected by tall trees.
Many players love the red KEUCO Course as it is fair to play and can be successfully mastered even with shorter tee shots. Hole 3 requires a targeted approach shot over a large pond into the attractive double green. The final hole 9 (Par 5) ends directly at the clubhouse - but before you reach the green, a large frontal water hazard must be overcome.
The 9-hole Kleine Zeitung Course also presents a tactical challenge: On hole 3 (Par 5) you have to decide which side of the split fairway you want to maneuver. Either you play the longer shot directly over the pond, or you choose the safer option to the right, a wide-open fairway. The well-protected island green of hole 8 requires a particularly precise approach shot.
There is no handicap restriction, i.e. with the proficiency certificate (HCP -54) you are welcome to play. However, we require a valid club membership. Please note that only "soft spikes" are allowed on our course.