Love golf? Love the mountains? Can’t decide? What if you could have it all? Numbering over 20 golf-centric regions and an array of inviting hotels at Tirol and SalzburgerLand, Golf Alpin is undoubtedly leading the pack when it comes to mountain golf destinations. Explore the selection of sublime courses located amid stunning scenery with the Golf Alpin Card and discover golfer’s paradise with our packages. And those stunning views!
When the days get shorter...
The view of the surrounding mountains already partly covered in snow, and the clear, fresh air are breathed in deeply, and this helps the body really get going. This makes it the best conditions for an autumnal, sporty golfing holiday in the Golf Alpin regions in SalzburgerLand and Tyrol.
The numerous golf courses are waiting to be discovered and played. Each one is unique in its own way and designed for a wide range of skill levels and demands. And all courses can be played using the Golf Alpin Card – which is available with optionally five, four or three green fees, the card adapts ideally to your individual golfing plans.
The most beautiful autumnal delights await also away from the golf course.
The landscape of Tyrol has taken on its most beautiful colour, the sun-rays immerse the mountains, meadows and forests in a unique and warm light. This is the best time not only for a round of golf, but also for long walks, hikes or mountain bike tours.
Autumn is also the time to bring in the last harvest and to sit down comfortably together after the work has been done. At the culinary autumn festivals, guests and locals alike buy the fresh, regional produce and taste home-cooked Tyrolean specialities. Whether it’s tender meat from the Tyrolean Alm Ox, tasty hay milk cheese from the Tyrolean dairy cows, apples, vegetables or fruit – the variety of agricultural produce is enormous.
SalzburgerLand has a traditional culinary holiday, the Salzburger Bauernherbst. And after a successful round on the green, you are entitled to treat yourself to something. The tables are richly covered, because what has been harvested must also now be tasted. The fine, home-made delicacies, made according to traditional (secret) family recipes, are really a treat not to be missed. In the Bauernherbst, guests and locals come together and not just to eat together. Handicraft demonstrations, cooking classes, Alpine cattle driving, music and dance - these numerous events provide insights into the rural life.