So you know Regensburg, either first-hand or from pictures: St. Peter’s Cathedral, the Stone Bridge … and you are so enamored with it that it’s almost a little embarrassing. Because at what point is a place so lovely it’s just cheesy? Also, everybody and their uncle seems to love the town on the bank of the Danube.
Golfers in Starnberg/Ammersee have twelve courses to choose from within a 15-mile radius, so none of the attractions is further than a half-hour drive away. Some of the country’s most beautiful golf courses with the most stunning views await.
Four clubs, one big event for all golfers: If you want to treat yourself to a few days off, and really put your driver, putter, and irons to work, you’ll enjoy the Golfer’s Eldorado Neumarkt, which also offers plenty of other regional enjoyment. The clubs in Habsberg, Hilzhofen, Herrnhof and Lauterhofen stand for athletic challenges, a professional ambience, and warm hospitality. Located amidst an idyllic scenery, it offers charming views between the tee and the green, top-notch hospitality, and a competition on four different courses with lots of fun and great prizes. This is what the “Golfdorado” between Nuremberg and Regensburg is all about.
Eight regions with eight unique characters – a journey through a land which reveals a new side of itself around each and every bend. Craggy rock faces along with gentle flood plains, world heritage sites along with courtyard concerts, refined members’ golf along with short courses open to the public
Perlachturm und die Basilika St. Ulrich und Afra in Augsburg
Das Museum von Füssen beherbergt die einzigartige Barock-Bibliothek von St. Mann.
Golf in Bavaria means ...
EXPERIENCING NATURE AND CULTURE
Its romantic appeal lies somewhere between the Zugspitze towering nearly 3000 metres above sea level and the Murnauer Moos, somewhere between the Wagner Opera in Bayreuth, the marionette theatre in Augsburg and the birdie putt on the 18th hole.
Perhaps the most challenging balancing act of all is between the Champions League final in Munich and the Almabtrieb in the Berchtesgadener Land, between the Gäubodenfest in Straubing and the summer party at the golf club.
A delight to anyone and everyone: wine tasting along the Main, a cellar tour of Kulmbach’s beer storage facilities, ‘Brezn und Haxn’ (pretzels and haunch) at the Oktoberfest, unwinding at one of the spas, cycling through Chiemgau or unwinding at the 19th hole.