The golf course with the two different faces - a sportive challenge for beginners and professionals - Enjoy 18 holes on one of the most beautiful golf courses in the southwest of Styria, in the Schilcherland Deutschlandsberg.
The golf course "Schloß Frauenthal", founded in 1988 near the district capital Deutschlandsberg, actually has two faces: the first 11 holes wind in the castle park, the Renaissance castle built in the 16th century, the holes 12 to 18 extend into the West Styrian hill country. Numerous water hazards (=penalty areas), century-old oak avenues, a myriad of different Mediterranean trees (plane trees, tulip trees, acacias) line the generously laid out wide fairways in the castle park. From the hilly terrain, high above Deutschlandsberg, one overlooks half of western Styria, and on the 18th tee the Schöckel, Graz's local mountain, greets one from afar! Two holes are particularly worth mentioning, the 11th hole, an 85 m PAR 3 with an island green represents the challenge of the "front 11" due to its "shortness" - and the 15th hole, a par 4, which is directly attackable with a 230 m teeshot - a "must" for every "longhitter"! Apart from the elaborate and excellent maintenance of the course by the greenkeepers and the arrow-fast greens, Frauenthal attaches particular importance to the coziness and hospitality in the golf restaurant: a generous wine list with predominantly regional wines paired with excellent home-style cooking round off the "Frauenthal experience"! Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)