“Imbedded in between the Five Lakes region, about three kilometers from Starnberg, you will find a golf jewel.” (Green Golf Magazine, Golf Association 2/2012)
Our golf course lies in between the hills that emerged out of the endmoraines of the glacial period. It is located between 5 lakes, the Starnberger See, Ammersee, Wörthsee, Pilsensee and Weßlinger See. Inspired by the soft hills and the forest which dates back over hundreds of years the architect Kurt Rossknecht built our course in 1986. He is famous for his challenging and untouched courses, which fit into the environment perfectly.
Our course features big greens in top condition, elevated tees; tees for children on the first nine holes, fairways integrated into the environment, impressive old trees and well placed bunkers and water hazards. If you like to play in the quieter mornings and nights you will be lucky to see deers, rabbits, eagles and hawks.
Difference in elevation between many holes demand a tactical game and the right choice of clubs as do the old trees along the course, which are not only characteristic for the region but also strategical elements. Due to the many doglegs one can be rewarded with aggressive play or also can be punished. The bare hard roughs are filled with lovely wild flowers and it is still possible to play from the lean patches. Due to the high gravel portion in the soil, the course dries quickly even after heavy rain. The course is protected from all noises and offers panoramic views.
Our driving range consists of three different levels and you have an amazing view when you are training. Practice on our three chipping greens, two putting greens and a sheltered driving range. Practice balls are for free.
Our green keeping team strives to work in harmony with members and guests while keeping the course on an excellent level.
Due to our continuous investment in infrastructure, houses and maintenance of the course our club facilities remain in good condition.
See for yourself, we would be happy to see you soon!
Andreas Matzner, Headgreenkeeper