The 18-hole golf course meets both tourist and sporting requirements and the sensitive architecture contributes to a special golfing experience. Furthermore, the Eastern Styrian cordiality and the weather security, which gives you almost year-round golfing pleasure, speak for themselves in the Thermenland.
The English architect Michael Pinner was responsible for the planning, who designed the fairways to be compact and with short paths, thus enabling an optimal flow of play with the greatest possible time savings. The landscape was not redesigned for the course - nature retained the prerogative and provided the structures. Special Feng Shui power points create a positive energy field, which has a beneficial effect on the game of golf.
The PAR 72s are not too long, but the concise layout and the slight slope require a lot of attention on many of the holes. The "obstacles" required for a golf course were designed in such a way that they do not disturb the lively structure of the landscape. Good course management and precise shots open up some birdie opportunities. The heart of the golf course is the clubhouse, which is ideally located next to the driving range, tee 1 and tee 10. Local delicacies, exquisite wines and excellent cigars provide the perfect end to a beautiful golf day after the round. The GC Bad Waltersdorf offers beginners and advanced players a wonderful golf home with numerous advantages - not least because of its affiliation with the Murhof Group.
PAR 72 - 18 holes, Founded in 2004, Architect Michael Pinner, Season: March to November, Men: 5667 m / 69,8 / 121, Ladies: 4753 m / 69,9 / 116 Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)