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Course Overview


 Birdiemaker  Overflight

Tee1 – “Hathal”

The first hole of the course is a risk & reward par 5. Longhitters should avoid the bunker in the driving area and place the ball on the fairway with a long drive left over the trees, so you can reach the green with the second stroke. Handicap players place the tee off  shot next to or in front of the fairway bunkers and attack the green after a transport shot  with the third  stroke.

Tee2 – “Feldl”

Hole 2 is the longest and most difficult par 4 of the course. Handicap players should place the second stroke in front of the ditch.  Longhitters need a good tee off shot to get a par.  All in all you should be happy with a bogey.

Tee3 – “Buchetweg”

The ambitious launch continues on hole 3. The fairway requires a precise stroke on to the green, which is defended by a water hazard on the left and  a bunker on the right side. To avoid the bunker please play a short stroke.

Tee4 – “Andechser Rain”

Also on hole 4 is no time to  breath, because it is a long track with a dogleg left. The par 4 requires a good and risky shot over the fairway bunkers for  longhitters. Handicap players should keep right from the bunker. Maximum care must be taken when attacking the flag because left in front of the green is waiting  another bunker and right and behind the green there a close boundaries.


After a difficult start, the first recovery comes with hole 5. If you avoid the fairway bunker right and the deep bunker left of the green on this straight par 4, most of the golfers will reach the green with the second shot.


Hole 6, a short par 4, is another possibility to score points. But  you should choose the right distance for the stroke on the green.  Otherwise, the hole can show his teeth!


Hole 7 is the longest hole of the course. You should avoid the bunkers on the left side. Well-placed trees and the out of bounds on the right hand side are making the hole difficult.


The 8th hole is a long par 4 with a dogleg to the right. You should avoid the fairway bunkers on the left side with your tee shot and you have to choose your  clubs carefully because of the 42-meter-long green and his various flag positions.


Hole 9 is the shortest hole on the course, but it should not be underestimated. The Green is defended by three difficult bunkers. Therefore it is important to place the tee shot on the green precisely.


Hole 10 is the second-longest par 4 of the course. At this dogleg left a good and accurate tee-off is required  – because  a bunker is waiting for you and out of bounds on the right and trees and bushes on the left side of the fairway.  You shouldn’t be unhappy with a bogey.


Hole 11 is the shortest par 4 and the easiest hole of the course.  Depending on the flag position on the green you have to take care of the choice of your club.


Hole 12 is a par 5 with some problems. The tee off is blind, so you have to pay attention to your adjustment! You have to hit uphill, so you need to take longer clubs.  Putting is difficult because of the undulated green.


Hole 13 is a straight par 4 where you have to place your tee off between the bunker on the left and the tree on the right side. Take care of  the water hazard left of the green. The green is more than  40 metres long, don’t play too short!


A little relief before the difficult final spurt. Hole 14 is a short par 4 with a dogleg left. Longhitters come close to the green with a tee off over the fairway bunker on the left side – a good chance for a birdie!  Handicap players should avoid the bunker landscape and keep the ball right of the bend.


Caution water! Hole 15 is a par 3, where you should know your length. Who is unsure whether he can make it over the water, should place the ball in front of the water and reach the well protected green with the second stroke.


Hole 16 is a par 4 with a dogleg right that is much longer because of the hill at the end. Longhitters can hit their tee-off right over the bunker and then attack the green with a short iron. Handicap players should play left around the fairway bunker. Regarding the difference in height we recommend longer clubs to reach the green. The undulated green makes putting really tough.


On a bright day, you can enjoy views of the mountains. Hole 17 is a long par 3, you should take a wood, although it goes down. Also, you should keep to the right, because the ball usually moves back to the left.  You should avoid the left side of the green.


Here you can improve your score, the 18th hole is a par 5 with a dogleg left. Longhitters can attack the green after a solid tee off a bit to the left, and finish the round with a birdie. Handicap players, breathe out after you could overcome the water hazard!