Golfclub Eichenheim-Kitzbühel, Austria

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Golfclub Eichenheim ranks as one of the finest golf courses in Austria. Designed by the American architect Kyle Phillips, the course, nestled in the picturesque surroundings of Kitzbühel, presents a unique challenge for any passionate golfer.


“The art of working with nature” was the motto that Kyle Phillips had in mind when he set out to design the Eichenheim golf course, which has ranked among Austria’s, if not Europe’s, most beautiful golf courses over the past 10 years.

In the background of the many fairways, golfers can admire the beauty of the Wilder Kaiser and Hohe Tauern mountains, which proudly display their majestic cliffs, deep gorges and snowy peaks. Steep rock walls, natural streams, thickset deciduous forests and long pars create a unique atmosphere in the striking scenery of the Kitzbühel Alps.


The par 71 course has a length of 6,092 metre and with its difference in altitude of 116 meters and 512-meter long par 5 course represents a sports challenge even for the more exigent of golfers. The many e-cars available are equipped with GPS, giving the golf players seeking to master the sport challenges optimal support.

The driving range of the Eichenheim golf course has 30 tees, 13 of which are roofed over. The driving range also features a practice bunker and a putting green to give guests enough room for practising and putting even in the high season.


Beginners or golfers who wish to develop their skills are invited to use the amenities of the Hansjörg Lumpi golf school in Eichenheim, this allows amateurs and professionals to improve their technique optimally.