With more than 200 golf clubs and some of the world’s most stunning landscapes, the German region of Bavaria offers the ultimate golfing getaway.
While Bavaria is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations, a round of golf allows visitors to connect with the region’s sights, culture, events and nature.
The ‘Golf in Bavaria’ tourism initiative, created in collaboration with the Bavarian Golf Association, invites visitors to enjoy a round of gold while experiencing the regions inimitable cultural and regional sights, from Germany’s highest mountain, the towering 3000 metre Zugspitze, to the storied Wagner Opera in Bayreuth, the marionette theatre in Augsburg and the birdie putt on the 18th hole.
Other complementary activities for golf tourists to Bayern include a Champions League match at Munich’s Allianz arena, a relaxing wine tasting along the river 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.
Bavaria has seven regions, each with its own unique character. An equal diversity of golfing options are available from exclusive members courses for experienced players to short courses that are open to the public. It’s also worth noting that German golfing legend Bernhard Langer has designed a number of courses in the region.
For insights into golf in Bavaria as well as inspiration, the best starting point is the website http://www.golf-in-bayern.de. Next to all the diverse golf courses, sights and events, http://www.golf-in-bayern. de offers a section called ‘Stories’ that offer unique human stories that make everyday life in Bavaria so special. In addition, there is a map of all the golf courses in the region with search functionality. This makes it possible to narrow down golf clubs by region, price, topography, access to hotels and local places of interest.
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