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Our golf facility at the Öschberghof resort offers multi-day golf arrangements with an exclusive wellness support programme, as well as individual golfing days and long-term golf opportunities – in short: everything the golfer’s heart could desire.
Play a few rounds on the unmistakable masterpiece designed by golf course architect Christoph Städler, our new 18-hole East Course
The East Course is characterised in particular by its topography and integrated links course.
Would you like a taster? Take a bird’s eye view of our East Course!
After the completion of our 18-hole course, we have opened our 9-hole West Course in October 2017.
Therefore you can enjoy a 27-hole course from now until the 2018 season. By spring 2018 we will have completed our 45-hole golfer’s paradise. Unique and one of a kind are terms that apply not only to the exciting course layout and perfectly tended greens, but also to the convenient five-minute walk to your tees from anywhere in the resort.
Whether beginner or seasoned player: we can offer you the ideal conditions for your game. Discover one of southern Germany’s most beautiful golf courses close to the spa town of Bad Dürrheim in the Black Forest and only one hour’s drive from Zurich.
We became one of the six performance and talent bases of Baden-Württemberg’s Golf Association (BWGV) in October 2013.
Sustainability and a closeness to nature are major aspects of golf as a sport. It is therefore of great importance to us that your favourite sport is not only beneficial to body and mind, but that it takes place with all due consideration for its natural surroundings.
Every aspect of our courses is integrated in the landscape: meadows, trees, woodland, hedges and water bodies create a diverse environment for fauna and flora.
Golf facilities are subject to voluntary certification within the scope of the self-regulatory and pro-active environmental management system “Golf & Nature” developed by the German Golf Association (DGV) for golf facilities which includes quality and environmental aspects. During this process, the German Golf Association draws up the standards for the respective golf facility and develops measures for improvement whose implementation is subsequently monitored during independent, routine audits. Thus, game operations, course maintenance and landscape development are subject to continuous improvement.
We have already achieved the silver seal - for us an incentive to improve over the coming years and create additional living conditions for rare animal species, many of which can already be found on our courses. It is not rare for our golfers to observe sand lizards, falcons, buzzards, kites, quails and storks as well as deer, badgers and many inquisitive squirrels – not least due to the conservative use of fertilisers and sprays.