Golfclub Zell am See Kaprun

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“Zell at the Lake Kaprun is member of the “”Leading Golf Courses of Austria””. The 18-hole championship courses are situated on flat, park-like terrain in immediate neighbourhood to the “”National Park Hohen Tauern””. The courses offer golfers of every level everything that’s necessary for a demanding game. Both courses are situated between Kitzsteinhorn with glacier and perennial skiing and the Schmittenhöhe.”

The two 18 hole championship courses of Zell am See-Kaprun golf club make the heart of every golf fan skip a beat. Enjoy playing golf on top-range facilities surrounded by picturesque landscape.

Set in the Austrian Alps Zell am See has the biggest – and probably the most beautiful – private golfing facility in the region with its two 18-hole championship links, the “Schmittenhöhe” course and the “Kitzsteinhorn” course. You will never forget the breathtaking views offered by the vast golfs courses in Zell am See-Kaprun. They are suited both for professionals and beginners.

Equipped with top class facilities and visually perfect, the two golf courses promise you golfing delight. Don’t forget to taste the regional and international delicacies in the golf restaurant.

The courses are laid out on flat parkland with biotopes and lakes and – as well as a spacious practice course – provide everything the golfer’s heart desires, from beginners to championship golfers. Golfing greats, such as Greg Norman, Bernhard Langer and Seve Ballesteros, have already put the the superb quality of both courses to the test during international tournaments staged here.

The Zell am See-Kaprun-Saalbach-Hinterglemm Golf Club, a member of the “Leading Golf Courses Austria”, is the largest golf complex in the Austrian Alps, with two 18- hole championship courses. Both courses offer golfers everything they need for an attractive and varied round of golf. Superb greens, beautiful fairways, numerous natural biotopes and charming ponds and lakes lined with bull-reed.