Linzer Golf-Club Luftenberg

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Linzer Golf-Club Luftenberg
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Linzer Golf-Club Luftenberg

Am Luftenberg 1a, A-4225 Luftenberg, Austria

Phone: +43 7237 3893, Fax: +43 7237 389340


Not far away from Linz in one of the regions fullest of atmosphere in Upper Austria this course offers because of the vicinity to the Danube a pleasant climate.It is a demanding generous course with a familiar club atmosphere. Relaxation after the game can be found in the club house, a stylishly renovated dairy farm of the Palace Luftenberg.

The Course

18-Hole Course

Terrain: Flat with water hazards

Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard


White (Men)71721266038 m
Yellow (Men)7170.71255827 m
Blue (Women)7173.71225304 m
Red (Women)7172.41195070 m

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range (40 tees, 6 covered)
  • Putting Green
  • Pitching Green
  • Chipping Green
  • Practice bunker


18-Hole Course

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.


Softspikes required.

No dogs allowed. Mobile phone permitted on course.

GPS devices approved.

Green Fees

18-Hole Course

Green FeeMon - ThuFri - Sun, Holidays
18 Holes90 €100 €
9 Holes55 €60 €

Juniors/students up to the age of 30 receive a 30% discount.

Driving Range

Monday - Sunday
Rangefee12 €
Bucket (16 balls)1 €


Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Locker rooms
  • Charging station for electric vehicles
  • Tested lightning protection huts
  • Birdie card
  • Club accepts credit cards


Phone: 07237/20563
Credit cards accepted.

Pro Shop

Phone: 0732 602029
Credit cards accepted.


  • Trolley for hire
  • Electro-cart for hire
  • Caddy on request

Golf tuition

Golfschule Linz - Matteo Blason

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1990


PresidentDipl. BW Karl Dauerböck
Club ManagerRalf Peter Reiter072373893
SecretaryMonika Meisinger072373893
SecretaryLejla Hamzic
Head ProMatteo Blasson
ProNick Hirst
Restaurant ManagerWalther Jäger
Restaurant ManagerAndreas Windbichler

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K. Per 457 Reviews
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Super-kept golf course

The complex offers a great overall package with a beautiful golf course, a modern secretariat and a gastronomy with tasty offers and a beautiful interior ambience.
Place super well maintained and was apparently rebuilt in recent years. Great and varied fairways with carpeted fairways, beautiful bunkers and fast greens. These are relatively flat and therefore the breaks are difficult to read.
Sometimes water also comes into play in an unpleasant way, so tactical play is required.
Secretariat friendly, gastro with fast service and good food.
Gladly again!

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Golf just-for-fun 8 Reviews
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Of noble mind

The course was in good condition in autumn and despite residual moisture after rain. Very varied and beautiful landscape, interesting holes. Staff friendly and courteous. Clubhouse and inner courtyard with beer garden are beautifully designed and of a noble disposition (preserved building of a non-preserved castle). It was just children's training - they were well brought up and greeted what one could not say about the supposed members.

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Erlinger 19 Reviews
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A great golf course

We played in late May 2020.

The facility is located east of Linz in slightly hilly, forested terrain.

Small plus in advance: on the website you can see flyovers from every hole and thereby get an impression. (this has also increased the anticipation)

The course is designed in an interesting way, even from the tee you have to think about the choice of club. The bunkers are well placed. Water hazards and trees also come into play again and again and provide exciting challenges.
The lanes are therefore varied. Doglegs switch with straight tracks. The lengths of the holes are always different. So I would describe the course as "athletically demanding".

The condition is very good, I can only say positive things. The fairways are good to play, were well maintained. The rough is reasonable, so it's an obstacle without being unfair or "swallowing" the balls.
I do not allow myself to judge the bunkers because it rained a lot before.
The greens are on track, have a medium speed and are slightly undulated. (but not excessive, I couldn't find any double breaks or almost unplayable downhill putts) -> all in all: mediocre difficulty, a solid putter can do a few strokes well on a good day.

The clubhouse is an old square courtyard, which I like very much. The putting green is in the courtyard. We were warmly welcomed both in the secretariat and in the restaurant. The food was very good, value for money perfectly fine. The GC Luftenberg is also a pleasant golf club in terms of atmosphere.

Conclusio: we spent a very nice day of golf here - absolute recommendation

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