The entire golf coruse, built in 2001, was modelled in the style of the classical links-golf courses of Scotland. It is situated in a valley plain and is playable 10 months a year. The course has a steadily rising tension and parts are well balanced. Long-playing golfers are demandable, but the short-players aren't at a disadvantage, either.
Golf PackagesAlbrecht Golf Travel
|White (Men)||6109 m|
|Yellow (Men)||72||72||130||5809 m|
|Black (Women)||5338 m|
|Red (Women)||72||72||121||5108 m|
Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard
Terrain: Flat with water hazards
- Driving Range (20 tees)
- Putting Green
Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: 54
|Green Fee||Mon - Fri||Sat, Sun, Holidays|
|Regular||CHF 95 (89 €)||CHF 105 (98 €)|
|Juniors under 21||CHF 50 (47 €)||CHF 50 (47 €)|
|Students under 25||CHF 50 (47 €)||CHF 50 (47 €)|
|Regular||CHF 55 (51 €)||CHF 55 (51 €)|
|Juniors under 21||CHF 40 (37 €)||CHF 40 (37 €)|
|Students under 25||CHF 40 (37 €)||CHF 40 (37 €)|
|Monday - Sunday|
|Bucket (30 balls)||CHF 3 (3 €)|
Green fee discount for Golf Fee Card members. More info
- Locker rooms
- Club accepts credit cards
Living Room Golf Club-House
Phone: 027-4736161, Fax: -4736163
Credit cards accepted.
Phone: 0272-4555555, Fax: -4558838
- Clubs for hire
- Trolley for hire
- Electro-trolley for hire
- Electro-cart for hire
|Managing Director||Giusy Abatemarco|
|Pro-Shop Manager||Marcel Antille|
Most Recent Reviews
Reviewed April 13, 2012
I visited Leuk and it's unlike any course in Switzerland.
The fine grass type and the undulating feel of the course reminded me of a scottish links even if there was no sea nearby! I liked the Par 3's particularly the water hole Nr. 14 and unlike the previous reviewer I thought the greens were really fun and interesting, particularly the 10th and 13th Quite a few holes are confronted with water - I particularly enjoyed the 15th which needed a full carry from the Tee to cut the corner off the fairway.
Definitly worth the visit.
Reviewed May 30, 2014
I have played the course for the first time. The clubhouse looks like a factory. Beautiful is different, but it is practical. The staff were friendly. We ate well. I find the place interesting and varied, and with a lot more natural than it looks from the "outside". Only the initial orbits along the street are a bit noisy. The undulating greens are challenging and speed moderately ok, but should be a bit faster. The Birdie Book needs to be revised to make it really useful and the 5 Fr is worth. All in all, I can recommend the place.
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Slow greens and bunkers bad
Reviewed November 14, 2013
I played the course in Autumn with great expectation (Links Course). Unfortunately, I was disappointed because the greens were slow and the bunker to play with very poor quality of sand. The bunkers are more likely to play as in a gravel pit in the sand. The clubhouse is functional but not the eyes. The tracks are varied and usually require a precise game, but the fairways are very special. The fairways are not evenly covered with grass, weeds, some of them very much, sometimes despite good tee has the consequence that the ball is to play bad..
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