Golfing in the Dolomites
Golfers love nature!
The steep mountains stand out on the horizon while the perfect greens shimmer against the blue sky, the light playing on the undulations and on the trees offering shade: beginners, amateur golfers, ambitious weekly tournament players and professionals all try to concentrate hard.
Golf clubs and facilities
On the Reggelberg plateau, golfers drive and putt in the clear air of the Dolomites at the Petersberg Golf Club. Located at 1,250 metres above sea level, this 18-hole golf course offers flawless greens between ancient pines and woods. Beginners can learn the right techniques in little forest niches, on the fairways and at the doglegs – not losing a ball in the old millpond is the mark of a true professional!
Playing the 9-hole course on the Costalunga Pass, known as “The Mountain Beast”, involves 400 metres of climbing and descent. Up here, at 1,680 metres above sea level, South Tyrol's highest golf course demands a full range of defensive, precision and high-level prowess.
Golfing in company
Golfers are also all-round connoisseurs who enjoy sitting and talking about their golfing experiences over a good glass of wine or a plateful of South Tyrolean delicacies. The club bar and clubhouse are also open to spectators and non-golfers!
- Driving range with 17 tees
- 2 putting greens
- 1 chipping green
- 1 practice bunker
- 18 holes at 1,250 metres a.s.l., par 71
- Trainer: golf pro Anthony Jackson
- Driving range, open-air and covered
- Putting green
- Pitching green
- Bunker for short shots and practising techniques
- 45 hectares, 9 holes at 1,680 metres a.s.l., par 70