The 9-hole-course between Lermoos and Ehrwals is situated in front of the impressive scenery of the Wetterstein Massif with Germany's highest mountain, the Zugspitze, and was arranged on natural meadows. The course is flat and offers breathtaking views on the Zugspitze. Opened in 2005, it is supposed to be expanded to 18 holes in the sequel.
Opened in 2004. Design: Hans-Georg Erhardt.
|Yellow (Men)||72||71.5||123||6094 m|
|Blue (Men)||72||68.4||123||5582 m|
|Red (Women)||72||72.4||117||5224 m|
|Orange (Women)||72||70.1||117||4854 m|
Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard
Terrain: Flat with water hazards
- Driving Range (40 tees, 5 covered)
- Putting Green
- Pitching Green
- Chipping Green
- Practise bunker
Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: 54
VcG-Players are admitted.
No dogs allowed.
|Green Fee||Mon - Fri||Sat, Sun, Holidays|
|18 Holes||54 €||54 €|
|9 Holes||34 €||34 €|
Juniors/students under 18 receive a discount.
|Monday - Sunday|
|Bucket (14 balls)||1 €|
- Locker rooms
- Creche facilities for guests
- Charging system for guest trollies
- Club accepts credit cards
"Golfino" Familie Fasser
Credit cards accepted.
Tiroler Zugspitz Golf
Phone: 05673-22366, Fax: -223664
- Clubs for hire
- Trolley for hire
- Electro-trolley for hire
- Electro-cart for hire
|President||Dr. Christoph Gerin-Swarovski|
|Managing Director||Ernst Mayer|
|Managing Director||Mag. Ing. Roland Schennach|
|Pro-Shop Manager||Evelyn Baumann|
|Head Pro||Patrick McHugh|
|Head Greenkeeper||Matthias Schmitzberger|
Most Recent Reviews
Extraordinary Golf with Patrick
Reviewed August 18, 2010
My name is Robert and I live in Düsseldorf. I always fancied visiting Austria and decided to mix a golf vacation in July with a little site-seeing in the mountains.
As my german is far from fluent, I decided to seek a facility that had an english speaking pro.
I didn't realise I was about to encounter a very special person who referred to himself as an inner game golf coach.
I have been palying golf for over twenty years and Patrick McHugh, teh aforementioned coach, managed to change my whole perception of how this game should be played.
I don't think I have had as much unexpected fun in my entire life. I thought I was going to learn how to get into the slot or hear another tip that led to the secret move, but instead I was busy beating a bag with a carpet beater, learning snowboard and pointing at something taht is referred to with a japanese word "Zanzo".
To cut a long story short...
I had teh time of my life and I can't wait for my next visit to Austria and dropping in on Patrick at Tiroler Zugspitz Golf Club will definately be on the agenda.
Take a look at this video taht Patrick sent me as a souvenir to commemorate my experience.
http://www. youtube. com/watch? v=l-ghJZ9SVTc&feature=channel.
Place with beautiful panoramic
Reviewed October 14, 2012
The obstacles lie in this place, unfortunately, in my reach. The second Round was already significantly better because I played tactically.
The course is flat and has almost every tee a bench to enjoy the beautiful panorama of the Alps can.
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Reviewed July 17, 2010
My first independent golf tournament was held in the beautiful grounds "Tyrolean Zugspitze golf" on Monday, 12 July 2010 instead. As a Swiss I know some nice places at home and abroad. But these warm welcome from the locals mostly golfers that has really impressed me. A cozy comfort and a lot of humor.
This is how golf really fun! - And so I played loose and thus also really good. Could my HC from -35.5 to -34.0 play down. Thanks also to my
Roland Achenbach players. I'm going to go play golf there again. Hagar Hasler, CH-8302 Kloten
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