THE EUROPEANTOUR GOLF TOUR
Your tour includes 5 of the leading golf courses in Europe. Designers such as Jack Nicklaus and Bernhard Langer and course shapers such as Mick McShane lay the foundation for great golfing experience. Hosting European Tour events adds to the already high standards displayed by these golfing gems in the heart of Europe.
Prague, Czech Republic
Host of the Czech Open
Designed by Keith Preston, and opened in 2009, the golf course occupies an area of more than 80 hectares (197,684 acres) and is situated on a hillside bordering the Cesky Kras Nature Reserve. There are seven lakes on the course covering more than 20,000 square metres, 65 sand traps and more than 1200 newly planted mature trees adorning the landscape.
The leading golf course in the Czech Republic as voted for by Golf Digest, this wonderful resort will start your golfing tour oﬀ in perfect style.
Bad Griesbach, Germany
Host of the Porsche European Open
Regal golfing pleasure on lush greens and perfect fairways – this championship course, created by former Masters champion Bernhard Langer, seems to be one with the meadow landscape surrounding the small river Rott and was awarded a “world class” rating within one year of opening. The 18 holes in Penning, right beside the Audi Golf Course, do indeed pack a punch. They don’t hold back when it comes to challenges, but also oﬀer sufficient opportunities for some serious success.
What makes this golf course so special is the quality of the hand-mown greens and fairways, which remain tip-top even during the summer thanks to a double-row irrigation system.
Host of the Lyoness Austrian Open
This Championship course and host of the Austrian Open, challenges every player’s ability, thanks to the need for good course management and that important element of water.
Experience the European Tour standard which allows for precise shots in challenging settings, far from those packed fairways. The trim cut grass and perfectly kept greens allow for the best games of golf, surrounded by beautiful and fair water hazards.
Host of the Slovakian Open
This 18-hole golf course has been built according to plans authored by Nicklaus Design, one of the world’s leading design firms. The Nicklaus Design LEGEND COURSE complies with USGA standards at the world PGA level. 60% of the world’s golf courses which host PGA tournaments have been designed by Nicklaus Design. Along with many other scenic features, this course counts the longest hole in Europe among its challenges.
The 716-metre 787 Yard Par 6 15th hole is ready to be challenged. Oﬀering 11 tees, the view alone is fascinating.
Host of the Hungarian Open
The 18-hole golf course of Pannonia Golf & Country Club was designed by the famous Austrian course designer Hans G. Erhardt. The golf course lies in a valley so the varied forms of its fairways provide a great golf experience. Lakes come into play at 8 holes and pin placements may also present a challenge at the hilly greens. With 6 diﬀerent tee-boxes, both beginners and advanced players can get a true and fair idea of their golf skills. The natural environment and the beautiful, carefully maintained course inspires golf players to hit great shots.
Erhardt also designed the Golf course Fontana, host of the Austrian Open for many years and believes that Pannonia is still the best course in Hungary.
Occasionally on of our Golf courses will be hosting a European Tour event, will be closed for maintenance, or could be booked out for a corporate day. Should that be the case we have selected some other courses to be played as an alternative. The courses all meet the same stringent selection criteria as our main courses, and are also beautiful courses to play.
Host of the Ladies European Tour
A Leading golf courses member
Host of the D&D Real Czech Challenge
European Challenge Tour
A Leading golf courses member