Golfing in Klosters with fantastic views!
The Klosters Davos region is the golf paradise of the Alps, with not only the two fantastically located courses in Klosters and Davos, but eight other courses within easy reach.
The Klosters golf course
was opened in summer 2005, adding yet another attraction to the holiday resort. With its splendid mountain backdrop, the 9-hole course, which is of medium difficulty, is an exciting experience for both serious and casual golfers.
The unique golf course architecture by the Canadian Les Furber guarantees a diversified and challenging game, and above all demands precision with the short game. With its the large greens and tees with breathtaking view of the mountains and glacier, the course was designed to be aesthetically pleasing and an experience in itself. Thanks to the hilly terrain, each hole has very different characteristics, which adds substantially to your enjoyment of the game.
The well-kept course with its good infrastructure and outstanding service such as free mineral water for your round and free use of the golf carts, make golf in Klosters a very special and enjoyable experience.
Further Information about the facilities and prices!
Of course you can also learn golf in Klosters, which has a professional Golf Academy
run by PGA pro Franco Casellini.
Whether you are a complete beginner or want to improve your game, professional golfer Franco Casellini will give you expert coaching. The Golf Academy has its own driving range and putting, pitching and chipping greens.
Or how about a day of golf in Davos?
From the end of May to the middle of October, the Davos golf course
promises sporty highlights and pure relaxation in intact natural surroundings with a mountain backdrop right in the middle of the highest town in Europe. The Davos Club is also known for the cosy atmosphere of its club-house. Golfers are provided with hospitality of high quality: warm and friendly with a touch of class.
The 18-hole golf course offers plenty of variety, and varies considerably in difficulty according to weather conditions. Easy holes with few problems alternate with tricky ones. The course designed by Don Harradine has been altered considerably in recent years and is constantly adjusted in accordance with the latest golf findings. Find out more here!