Golf holiday in South Tyrol

A perfect tee-off awaits

A golf holiday in South Tyrol is unique – the breath-taking backdrop meets wonderful greens which impress with their variety and uniqueness.

A drive of some 30 minutes from our wellness hotel in the Ahrntal Valley, Golf Club Pustertal and its 9 holes, set at the foot of the Kronplatz, has everything you need to enjoy a lovely game right in the heart of South Tyrol. The open country course is exceptionally variety-packed. You’ll find forest sections, open terrain and a few wetland areas, surrounded by picturesque tee-off areas and very well-tended greens. The golf school which has a bar and restaurant completes the experience.

We do of course have suitable golf packages for you and would be delighted to organise a tee-off time for you and take care of the green fees. New to golf? We invite you to do our ‘golf licence’ course, when you will be looked after by the best golf pros in the state. We would be delighted to put together an individual offer to suit your needs.

The loveliest golf courses in Italy – your golf ‘safari’ in South Tyrol

Discover more. Experience more. The characteristic Alpine and Mediterranean landscape shapes this golf location in South Tyrol in a very extravagant way. golf course Lana in Merano is unique, surrounded by vines and apple trees, then there is the mountainous green in Passeiertal Valley and the high Alpine Golfclub Alta Badia. Improve your handicap, nurture body and soul and enjoy the natural beauty of the land – doing that here is a breeze.

The loveliest golf courses around:

  • Golfclub Pustertal, Tel.: +39 0474 412192, E-mail: info@golfpustertal.com
  • Golfclub Lana, Tel.: +39 0473 564696, E-mail: info@golfclublana.it
  • Golfclub Passeier, Tel.: +39 0473 641488, E-mail: info@golfclubpasseier.com
  • Golfclub Alta Badia, Tel.: +39 0471 836655, E-mail: info@golfaltabadia.it

Check out our hotels in South Tyrol with their sporty, easy-going ambience and experience a top-notch wellness, gourmet and golf holiday in South Tyrol.