Münchener Golf Club e.V.

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Münchener Golf Club e.V.
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Münchener Golf Club e.V.

Tölzer Straße 95, D-82064 Straßlach, Germany

Phone: +49 8170 929180, Fax: +49 8170 9291820

Characteristics

This is the "big sister" of the golf course Thalkirchen in the Munich Golf Club. It is surrounded by a typical Upper-Bavarian landscape, and in contrast to its "little sister" the fairways here are longer and more open. The artfully cut fairways all end on relatively small greens that are well guarded by bunkers. The doglegs are time and time again crucial for the outcome of the game, even though or perhaps because they are often underestimated.

Courses

27-Hole Straßlach Course

Opened in 1964. Design: Perry Dye. Style: Parkland.

Terrain: Slightly undulating with water hazards

Technical difficulty: Hard

Scorecard: "C-B"

TeeParCRSlopeLength
White (Men)7274.61406539 m
Yellow (Men)7272.11376098 m
Red (Women)7272.81405237 m

9-Hole -Golfanlage Thalkirchen

Opened in 1951

Terrain: Flat with water hazards

Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard

Scorecard

TeeParCRSlopeLength
Yellow (Men)7067.31235182 m
Red (Women)7069.91244598 m

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range (25 tees, 10 covered)
  • Putting Green
  • Pitching Green
  • Chipping Green
  • Practice bunker

Visitors

27-Hole Straßlach Course

Visitors are welcome Monday - Friday (except public holidays). Guests accompanied by a member are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: 36

VcG-Players are not admitted.

9-Hole -Golfanlage Thalkirchen

Visitors are welcome Monday - Friday (except public holidays). Guests accompanied by a member are welcome every day.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: 54

VcG-Players are admitted.

Etiquette

Softspikes required.

No dogs allowed.

GPS devices approved.

Green Fees

27-Hole Straßlach Course

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
18 Holes
DGV-Ausweis mit "R" Kennzeichnung90 €110 €
DGV-Ausweis ohne "R" Kennzeichnung110 €130 €
9 Holes
DGV-Ausweis mit "R" Kennzeichnung50 €60 €
DGV-Ausweis ohne "R" Kennzeichnung60 €70 €

Juniors up to the age of 18 and Students up to the age of 27 receive a 50% discount.

9-Hole -Golfanlage Thalkirchen

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
18 Holes65 €75 €
9 Holes38 €48 €

Juniors up to the age of 18 and Students up to the age of 27 receive a 50% discount.

Driving Range

Monday - Sunday
Rangefee10 €
Bucket (23 balls)1 €

Amenities

Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Conference room
  • Locker rooms
  • Car park for dog owners
  • Birdie card
  • Club accepts credit cards

Restaurant

Anton Höllwart
Phone: 08170-9291823
Credit cards accepted.

Pro Shop

Holger Fluß GmbH
Phone: 08170-7254
elfi.fluss@t-online.de
Credit cards accepted.

Rentals

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

Golf tuition

Phone: 08170-9291811
mgc-golf.de/golfschule/

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1910
Membership: Available

Personnel

TitleName
PresidentThomas Ritz
Vice PresidentClaudia Bachmair-Vogl
Managing DirectorAlexander Sälzler08170-9291813
Deputy Managing DirectorDaniel Hahn089-7231304
MarketingDawn Young08170-9291816
SportsmanagerHerbert Tom Stupal08170-9291822
SecretaryStuart Pringle08170-29291840
SecretaryStefania Wörner08170-9291811
Sport KoordinationPhilip Stangassinger08170-9291817
Pro-Shop ManagerSabine Dilz - Hole in One Fitting08170-9291824
ProAntonio Postiglione0171-8121242
ProHolger Fluss
ProFlorian Fischer0172-7214192
ProDavid Grasskamp
ProPascal Proske
ProArne Dickel08170-929180
ProWolfgang Birkle0172-6234560
Head GreenkeeperHans Hientz
Restaurant ManagerPatrick Nothaft - Pajas GbR08170-9291823
Lady CaptainKatharina Müller
Mens CaptainKarl Thaller

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Overhoff 1 Review
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A big thank you to the Munich Golf Club

As a member of the Munich Golf Club, I pay a membership fee every year.

What do I get for that?
A board of directors that steers the fortunes of the club for the members, which often leads to difficult negotiations with the landowners and the city of Munich, as one of the few clubs in Germany that achieves a balanced result year after year, and all this without a fee for the to get successful work.

A manager who, with his competent, always friendly team, ensures that all club activities run smoothly for members and guests, as well as for the tournaments and events.

Two greenkeepers who and their teams keep the courses in Straßlach and Thalkirchen in excellent condition for members and guests. (and the ruffs down)

A gastronomy that spoils members and guests with delicious food and a large selection of drinks after a round. I don't know of a nicer place for lunch and dinner than the MGC terraces in Staßlach and Thalkirchen.

And what do I do while everyone is busy? I play golf! And that without start times whenever I like. My membership fee has been my best investment for more than 45 years. Where can I get so much back for so little money? And if there are charges to make the club fit for the future, I'll be happy to pay them because the members before me did it for me too.

A big thank you to the Munich Golf Club

Jurgen Overhoff

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Oesigolfer 75 Reviews
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Nice place, friendly staff, nice restaurant

We played this course (our number 5) as part of our camper tour in June 2023, actually not on our bucket list because €120 GF was too expensive for us, but I had won a voucher and so we saved 50 %. Being allowed to stand in the parking lot with the camper wasn't a problem, it's big enough...

The check-in at the counter was very nice, the borrowed trolley was free with the full GF (you don't get that often either), the explanations of the ways were helpful.

We played C and B and the course was in very good condition. The lap was fun, but in the end the spark didn't jump over to us completely. The design is chic, you can remember a number of tracks afterwards (e.g. a nice par 5 is C6 - the view from above of the white bunkers below looks great). Overall, I found Course C to be quite nice and varied, flat, slightly hilly (actually just an ascent, lane 5 leads uphill in a wide arc, lane 6 just slightly downhill). The ball loss was also limited.

I found the second 9 (Course B) less spectacular - but basically there was a nice place here too. The first lane at the driving range (where HiO's fitting also takes place) is slightly uphill in a dogleg, the following lane is a fairly long par 3, after which the lanes run side by side. Everything in good condition, fixed greens, often invisibly undulating, sometimes threatening a 3 putt.
We ran into the pre-flight from lane 4 or 5, which in turn was waiting for the (very slow) 4-er in front of it, but you're not on the run...

The changing rooms / showers are very nice, everything you need after the round is there.

You can already see the restaurant / terrace at hole 4 of the round and this is also very nicely situated. The food was good, the service friendly.

CONCLUSION: Beautiful, but not cheap golf course in the south of Munich. You can, but you don't necessarily have to have played it. It would be too expensive for me for the full GF.

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pitchmark 350 Reviews
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...in the top 100 Germany...

...current position 90...

Opened in 1964, the course was redesigned by Perry Dye in 2006. Bernhard von Limburger drew the first plans for the 18-hole course, Kurt Rossknecht planned the third nine.
We have already played a number of courses designed by the Dye family - in Austria, Italy, Portugal, Spain and the USA. They all have something in common, they are mostly difficult to play and usually appear in the top boxes.

The oldest golf club in Bavaria now has a top course, it took a while for that to happen. Even until they found their current home, they were forced to move several times.

It is in the top 10 in our Munich list (50 km radius) - it doesn't make it into the top 5.

It is a very spacious, spacious and beautiful facility, today we played courses C and B. Since we know a number of places - especially in the USA - this is almost a little tame for a dye course.

Very moderate terrain transitions that are easy to master on foot, ensure variety and beautiful views with the layout.

We liked the long par 3 - back tees -, six of the par 4 are strong with more than 400 meters. The par 5, on the other hand, are almost a little good.

We experienced a premiere today, nobody in the flight hit a bunker, but everyone ended up in the water. Many greens are not defended as hard as we know from other dye courses.

Very well maintained facility with the best greens that we have played on this Starnberg-See-Golf-Trip - we have visited seven places - excellent rating. Many greens look so harmless - they are rather flat - but they are not. They have very fine breaks, tricky to play. Ultimately, they also ruined our scores. The birdie book, which does not provide any precise information on the greens with regard to pin positions and inclinations, was also partly responsible.
We still belong to the faction that plays without electronic aids. We may have to change it up because more and more clubs are doing without the birdie book.

Great clubhouse, very nice staff, including the members.

Not all have five stars - but it's enough - the C course is not quite at the level of the A and B courses, according to our leader.

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