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for Golf Club St.Vigil Seis, Kastelruth (BZ), Italy

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Fantastic, the most beautiful in South Tyrol

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 29, 2020

I can't understand ratings worse than 4

Book start time in advance
Good service in the secretariat

Exciting tracks, challenging and versatile

The panorama - the place is great to play (in my opinion for beginners with handicap> approx. 40) too difficult, especially the men with carry 120 m over water / rivers and the many slopes and and

It was a lot of fun for us

Mountain goat square

2.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 28, 2020

This is how you imagine a mountain goat place. Each lane goes up and down steeply in places. Every fairway is modulated. You are never straight, but always in some inclination. The greens are bumpy. Therefor a nice view and a nice hotel

One of my favourites

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 7, 2020

The location of the course and the layout of the tracks alone justify a visit here.

At the foot of the Sciliar there are not only exciting golfing challenges, but also breathtaking views.

The lanes and greens are well maintained. an electric trolley is helpful as there are significant inclines to be overcome.

The staff is friendly and courteous.

The use of carts is recommended to a limited extent, as the lanes for the carts are mostly taboo and you often have to walk with several clubs.

Nice, demanding place

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed July 11, 2020

The very hilly Anjage is beautifully embedded in the Schlern mountain.

A fantastic mountain panorama surrounds the greens, which are more suitable for precise players than for long hitters: balls that are not hit optimally tend to disappear behind the next hilltop or roll down the steeply sloping fairways into the rough.

Carts are recommended, as it goes steadily uphill and downhill and the distances between the greens are sometimes longer.

Addendum as of July 23, 2019

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed December 28, 2019

... the second nine are even better than the first. Somewhat more straightforward and sporty, spectacular tees (# 12) and par 3 (# 11 and # 15), great fun!

Belongs to my top 10

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 13, 2019

Super varied course with some absolutely impressive holes; top maintenance condition. Staff in the clubhouse and restaurant very friendly. Highly recommended: Stay in the Mirabell Palace Hotel in Seis am Schlern; Huge rooms, great food, great staff

I can't understand the bad reviews!

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed August 30, 2019

Some people have complained of unfriendly service and arrogance. I can't understand that at all. I played the course today and was treated very friendly and remarkably courteous everywhere. In the secretariat I received a friendly and attentive welcome. I will also remember the ranger Othmar for a long time to come. Without being asked, he explained to me where I can get free apples (I've never seen that before). Also, where can I find drinking water. In addition, the place is beautiful and well cared for. If you are not sporty, you should better take a car. I can only recommend the restaurant. The price / performance ratio is okay and I was served very friendly here too. As you can see, I am completely satisfied. Therefore I give it 5 stars. I will definitely be back!

Wonderful panorama

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed July 23, 2019

We played the first nine in wonderful summer weather. Absolutely no problem with a 2/3 set and a worn bag. Absolutely recommended by weiss for good players because the perspective, especially at holes 4, 6 and 9, is spectacular. The greens were very good, the place is very entertaining. We'll be back for the second nine ...

Highly Recommended!

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed May 2, 2019

We played 18 holes stress-free on April 30th, 2019. A beautiful complex, a bit off the beaten track, but worth it! Great panorama, difficult and less difficult tracks alternate. Everything in great condition, real investments were made again in winter (new wooden bridges, paths, etc.). Nice clubhouse, it's a shame that hole 19 was not opened until May 4th. opens. Very courteous staff. Be sure to take a cart, the differences in altitude are considerable. We'd love to come back.

Panorama golf course

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed October 1, 2018

We played a great sporty and beautiful golf course. However, we did use a cart, which was a good idea given the height differences. It's a shame that only the paths were allowed to be used. You experience the place differently, maybe a little less intensely. We used the sundowner at 2.30pm so we paid an acceptable price too. In terms of time, this just worked out at this time of the year. We can only recommend this place. The cuisine in the restaurant was also very appealing.

Comment from Angelika Huber, Manager of St.Vigil Seis Golf Club
October 2, 2018
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Beautiful, sporty place with very friendly management

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 23, 2018

We are here once a year in September and love the place!
Due to the difference in altitude, it is certainly very sporty and also physically demanding. The landscape is wonderful, the tracks adapted to nature and the topography! A dream! The staff at the golf reception and in service at hole 19 are very friendly, patient and helpful! We have felt very much at home here for years! The fact that the greens are a bit slow is certainly due to the weather and the height! That you are mostly only allowed to drive the paths with the cart encourages you to think along and to think strategically - you just have to take 2 different clubs with you

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September 24, 2018
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Dreamlike challenge

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 22, 2018

We played the course on September 18th and loved it. At the registration we were welcomed very friendly, nothing of any rudeness. And we mastered the course on foot, which is a sporting challenge, but feasible with a good level of fitness and electric trolleys. Except for the bunkers, the site was in excellent condition. The bunkers were unfortunately hard and not really playable due to a violent thunderstorm the night before. But the best space management can do nothing for a thunderstorm. The fact that the cars are not allowed to drive on the fairways can also be seen positively, because the fairways are simply great and not flat like on some other courses where you are allowed to drive back and forth. But it is true that a car driver has to cover some distances on foot in order to be able to play his ball. Bergplatz remains Bergplatz. In any case, we can only recommend him. You should have played the course once. The circuit and the backdrop are simply impressive.

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September 24, 2018
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Bert Klingmann16 ratings

Most beautiful place in South Tyrol

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 18, 2018

Simply great. Well integrated into the hillside. Fantastic ponorama. Behind the massif of the Schlern, below the Etschtal, opposite the area around the Renon. Well maintained. Friendly staff, including Marshal. I strongly recommend an e-cart for older golfers.

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September 24, 2018
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A beautiful view is not everything

2.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 11, 2018

The place is not as good as is often described. The greens are in need of care, the tees (white) partly behind the greens of the previous track and with a little more than 5000m the place is also quite short. The service in the club office is unusually unfriendly and not customer-oriented. In addition, the often unnecessary use of the cart paths and thus additional game delays. The view of the Schlern and the beautiful landscape do not justify a better rating!
However, some holes are also quite nice, especially on the second 9 holes. But more would be possible with good golf management. But you are far away from the most beautiful place in Northern Italy. Demand and service do not match!

Nice place BUT extremely unfriendly and condescending golf management

1.0 of 5 starsReviewed August 28, 2018

The place itself is without a doubt fantastic and varied. This is exactly why we have been going here for 11 years. So far, there has been the possibility of driving the fairways with a medical certificate, which in our case is absolutely essential for health reasons as well as due to the difference in altitude and the long distances from the cart path to the fairway and back again play. Our certificate is accepted all over the world, except here. The lady who holds the golf and hotel management office unmistakably told us in an extremely unfriendly, condescending, arrogant and even raised voice, after we did not parry as SHE wanted, that this course would then probably not be suitable for us and that where we are single HCPers. No one has ever been so humiliated and downplayed like this woman!
The fact is: THIS PLACE IS UNPLAYABLE IN CASE OF HEALTH RESTRICTIONS, WHETHER HIP, KNEE, HEART, WHATEVER THE CART !!! The paths from cart to fairway (with several clubs, since you never know what is needed) and back again are too steep and require enormous strength. As I said, for health restrictions and for older golfers. This should also be noted on the homepage. For us that was it after 11 years. It's a shame, really, really, really it's a shame how much importance is attached to the title “the best place in South Tyrol” and not to the health of the golfers who have played 13 rounds x 2 players here every year for 11 years. In addition, the regulation to be able to drive the fairways requires a fundamental rethink in order not to annoy the last golfer and the golf and hotel manager needs urgent training in customer service and human behavior!

A round with a surprise

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed July 29, 2018

After a cozy drive through the apple region, we reached the wonderful golf club. Nice golf hotel and modern golf shop. Very pleasant and friendly staff and a fantastic view. The course itself is very varied and has some original tracks. Can be completed on foot for sporty golfers, but a cart is still recommended.

Always an experience

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed October 10, 2017

I played the golf course again after eight years and, like the first time, it was an experience. In addition to a wonderful backdrop and consistently friendly staff, varied, challenging fairways await you. These presented themselves in a very good condition for the beginning of October. We went the round on foot. But that should be left to top athletes ;-). A car is recommended!
The points are deducted for the fact that there was no restaurant operation after the round (only from 7:00 p.m.!)

joydivision4 ratings

An alpine course at its finest

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 16, 2017

The course, although very short (5000m), is a great pleasure to play. It always goes up or down.
The lanes often require a precise game or, due to the differences in height, the choice of the right club - up to 4 clubs less (6 iron at 200m to the flag).
The fairways and the partly heavily undulating greens were very well maintained. It was great to play despite the damp place.
A big compliment to the greenkeepers, I was always taken into account as a single player, machines were turned off or the lanes were left immediately.
The course runs very well, I carried my bag and played my handicap. With a total difference in altitude of over 400m, some people should still take a cart.
In the pro shop and at the bar there was nothing to complain about, friendly, brisk and fast. The view from the terrace is also simply great.
And both the driving range and the undulating practice green were flawless.
Come back

Great place ++ Card drive questionable ++ Reception could be improved

3.0 of 5 starsReviewed August 2, 2017

The good thing in advance, the place is absolutely worth playing. Due to the steepness of the railways, a card is actually compulsory. But unfortunately you are hardly allowed to go on the tracks with the cards. So you usually have to go to the ball with several clubs from the card, because you cannot estimate distances from the card. Guests should also be informed of this in advance. The service is unfriendly to the customer. We didn't feel welcome. No understanding of wishes.

Do you have to play ...

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed July 5, 2017

Sensationally exciting and beautiful golf course with partly unbelievable holes. Greens nice and fast. Reception friendly. However, golf cart is a prerequisite for a relaxed round.
Unfortunately, golfers are always out and about without a golf cart. This leads to long waiting times, as the course has enormous differences in height and on the second nine there are also very large distances between the holes. If you really want to prove yourself sporty here and do without a golf cart, you have no chance to play concentrated and sensible golf. I recommend these guys to switch to mountaineering right away!

Super place

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed July 1, 2017

Absolutely cannot share the opinion of the "prescribers".
On the contrary, as some golfers appear towards the staff (experienced again yesterday), pure arrogance. As I call into the forest, it sounds back. We always play the course 2-4 times a year, and we've never had any problems. Is always a great experience. I can do without high-snobiety golf people, especially if they still need almost 5 H for the round.

Reception - totally unfriendly - golf is great

2.0 of 5 starsReviewed June 16, 2017

Dear golfers The course is really fantastic, there is nothing to complain about.
But - the reception is totally unfriendly. I would call it greedy, because every fart has to be paid and a goodwill or a concession even with the tee - forget it.
So - the family business could be improved when it comes to customer loyalty.
This brought me and my colleagues to this, after I had been there twice - now to book in another partner hotel of the golf club.
Really a shame. But nothing works without customer friendliness - just rip-offs - really bad.

MAC - Daniela2 reviews

Wonderful place - but guests could stay away!

3.0 of 5 starsReviewed June 14, 2017

Dear golfers A dream for golfers - great, demanding course. Great panorama.
However - at the Sonne Golf Club you have the feeling that guests could stay away.
The front desk staff, so unfriendly and inflexible.
No willingness to help. You are forced to tee off dates, and alone - you are out of place, to name just a few.
The staff in the restaurant - great - only the reception - there is still a lot of potential to improve here - if you want.
The reception already put some off. Something should definitely be improved here. Family members should also learn something new.

I think if it wasn't for the location and the beauty of the area, some would not come back. We have now been here 3 times - now it stinks a lot. We're not coming any more. We had made recommendations. These were accepted, but a little thank you came along - nothing. Avarice is cool !!

Dr Schmidt-Pfeil12 ratings

Just awesome!

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed April 26, 2017

Have played the course on 04/20/17 and were absolutely thrilled! The greens were in great condition despite the sand, they are huge and fast, some have 4 plateaus and it is incredibly fun to putt on them. Although the place is very mountainous, we could manage it without a cart and only needed 3:45 h for two. The climbs are all manageable, often long but not excessively steep uphill. We only lost two balls together because there is hardly any high rough. Absolute highlights are the 12th and 15th tees high above the fairway and holes 5 or 6, where you can hit the ball with a good drive 350 meters to just before the green. Looking forward to our next vacation in Castelrotto!

Well-kept place in a beautiful alpine landscape

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed October 11, 2016

Very well-kept course with wonderful fairways and fast greens.Spectacular tees on lower-lying fairways and greens or over streams bring the difficulty into the otherwise rather short lanes. On the negative side, I noticed some greens that turned out to be extremely unfair. The slope and the strong undulation mean that the ball can be played close to the hole, but does not come to rest there and often rolls back further than it started.

Beautiful place with small flaws

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed October 9, 2016

Demanding with a spectacular panorama. Better with a car, otherwise it's very exhausting. The noise from the gravel works is omnipresent on many holes, which tarnishes the alpine atmosphere a little. Unfortunately, the lap took almost 6 hours, which is definitely too long. Maybe one or two flights per hour less should be allowed out; would certainly bring a lot.

Great place - gladly again at any time

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed October 7, 2016

That was the absolute highlight of our golf vacation in South Tyrol.
Breathtaking panorama, extremely interesting courses, very demanding, hardly manageable without an e-card.
Just sensational, you just have to play this course.

xterrachamp13 reviews

Something special

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed October 4, 2016

Where was the mhgolf going?

The greens were on 9/28. great, the excavators at the gravel plant only perceptible on a tee and on the following green, and that a flight does not scream ´Fore´ has nothing to do with the space ...

All in all - not only because of the spectacular look below the Schlern - an extraordinary place that should be played

Not playing!

1.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 29, 2016

Unfortunately, I cannot agree with the previous speakers at all. The place is not worth it - at most because of the view, but hiking or biking is also much better.
We took part in a tournament. Playing time 5.5 hours! The marshal ordered us to let an (arrogant) local flight overtake, even though they couldn't play faster ...
Individual holes are so close together that it is simply dangerous! We were met on the 16 (of course by the arrogant local flight playing). Accordingly, there was no apology or a fore call ...
About the place itself:
Greens: catastrophic, pitch marks are not repaired per se (even by members) and are accordingly bad and often ridiculously undulating. Individual holes are funny, although they don't have much to do with golf (par 3 with 50 m difference in altitude ...) and seem tinkered.
The constant noise of excavators from the adjacent gravel works (?) Also stands in the way of a cool day of golf.
Sorry, but there is definitely something better for 95 euros ...

Definitely

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 26, 2016

... you should have played this course. A real alpine course with lots of ups and downs and some very steep holes. If you are not a mountain goat, a cart is recommended. One of the most beautiful pure mountain places ...

Beautiful alpine place

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 5, 2016

Certainly one of the most spectacular places in the Alps or Dolomites, which compensates for the meters of altitude to be covered with a fantastic panorama on the Sciliar.
If you run, you shouldn't underestimate the altitude difference on the square, even though it's not too long on paper.
The holes often play a lot longer than you might think.

Since the paths next to the fairways have to be traveled with the cart, you still have to cope with one or the other path on foot.

The condition was very good in September 2016.

Many partner hotels offer discounts, so that the green fee for 18 holes is € 56, for example.

All in all: definitely play.

Luis Trenker Challenge

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 4, 2016

Senstional mountain square with an outstanding view. Condition top. Golf car a must have if you are not in excellent physical condition. I'll be back. Staff very, very friendly. Great day of golf.

Great place in a beautiful panoramic location

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed July 5, 2016

The condition of the place was absolutely great. The interesting, undulating greens require a good eye / reading.
The course is a bit short at just over 5000 m, but due to the sometimes steep paths you definitely need a quantum of fitness (without cart).

The fantastic mountain panorama alone is worth seeing.

Very friendly and good gastronomy. The hotel is also recommended for a short break.

Sporty place with a sensational panorama

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed May 28, 2016

Only 4 stars because of the shortness of the course, from yellow at par 70 only 5,017 m long, 6 par 4, which are not even 300 m long.
We went and saw this as sporty, but still recommendable

The course is in perfect condition, the mountain panorama is sensational, beautiful fairways, especially the 9 and 14.
Greens in perfect condition, undulating, directional stability and not too fast in terms of speed.

Secretariat nice and very helpful, gastronomy very good.

Outstanding place

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed May 12, 2016

09.05.16 challenging to play on foot, as you have to overcome a few meters in altitude. Spectacular gorges and views. Great condition of the entire facility. Great birdebock with game recommendations that can really help you. The greens were a bit slow, sanded there, but came towards us

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The most beautiful? But certainly the most spectacular

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed October 18, 2015

St. Vigil - Seis, (near Kastelruth), Wednesday October 7th, 2015 (north) east of Bolzano. 5000m course (yellow), with certain stretches and heights (!!!) to the next tee with an amazing panorama and a view of the rose garden. A place that hugs the mountain slopes. I especially liked the tees from higher heights (deep) into the valley. Nice that there was a bowl of apples in some places. The beer garden with a view of the golf course is also very nice. Staff in the GC and restaurant very nice. The only downer was that the greens were freshly sanded - and it should be the fastest (and most difficult) in South Tyrol. The discount given to us is a nice gesture ... and for the club the certainty that we will be back.
Be sure to take a chart if you want to enjoy the beautiful place. Unsanded, the place has certainly deserved five stars and because sometimes it has to be sanded, I also give the five. The general condition is perfect.
Of the other courses played this week, St Vigil-Seis was the most beautiful of 5 courses for me, followed by Dolomiti, whereby Petersberg (No. 4), Passeier (No. 3) and Eppan (certain drawbacks; see there) are also places worth playing .

Sensational experience!

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed May 31, 2015

On the last Wednesday in May '15 I made my way to St. Vigil via St. Oswald without knowing which golfer's paradise should await me here.
Delighted by a very friendly and competent reception, I booked 18 hole green fee including. E-cart (total 122 €) and bought me 10 lake balls in anticipation of the adventure, just in case ...
30 minutes warm up on the very good driving range and off we went to the first tee.
There I met my flight partner, who had been unknown until then.
We immediately agreed that we wanted to enjoy the round and we did.
In conclusion, I have to say that this is a wonderful, well-maintained, challenging and athletically demanding course that I will be happy to play again at any time.
The friendly ladies in the 19 hole beer garden help ensure that culinary delights are not neglected.
Everything tip top here. Many Thanks!
P.S .: 9 out of 10 lakeballs still available

Fantastic place

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed May 25, 2015

During a short vacation we played this course twice.
The condition is absolutely top and the view is a dream.
Although there is an extreme difference in height between the holes, the holes themselves can be played very well. A "must" when you are in the area.

However, we agree with our "prescribers", please at least use it with an e-trolley or carry it straight away. We are really not cart drivers or e-trolley users, but otherwise you cannot enjoy the panorama and the beautiful space.

Mountainous

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed March 30, 2015

Without a car I would never play this course, unless you train for the Olympics :-)!
Sometimes very difficult to play, but with great views and cool holes in the mountains!

birdiestattbogey9 reviews

You have to go here!

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed June 11, 2014

So you have to have played this place! What a great facility! You should definitely take a cart, because the height differences are sometimes quite large.
A downer, which I unfortunately have to address, is that most of the time you have to drive the cart on the designated paths and are not allowed to go on the fairway!
The place is in a very good condition, the greens could be a little brisk, but nothing else to complain about.
The view is just awesome, especially the view at hole 15 is worth the green fee!
The service staff in the proshop is super friendly.
So if you are in the area, the place is a must!

Stableford96 ratings

Out of the ordinary

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed June 1, 2014

So during the round of golf I wasn't sure whether it would be fun to play golf like a goat on sloping mountain slopes, but looking back it was an extraordinary experience - a very unique golf course ...

The entire complex is very well maintained, especially the clubhouse (including a terrace with a fantastic view), pro shop and driving range (two-storey and covered - impressive). The course is very varied and no track is similar to the one before or after! Some PAR 3 tees with enormous height differences are very impressive. We didn't like the greens, which were relatively rough and uneven (a dream the day before in Petersberg!).

We played the course with the help of an e-cart, which is helpful with the differences in altitude (although you have to stay with the cart on paved paths outside the fairways for most of the route). Alternatively, I would choose an e-trolley or carry my bag. Pushing or pulling the trolley becomes exhausting.

With my preference for flat parkland courses, St. Vigil Seis will not make it into my group of favorites, but this golf course was definitely a tremendous experience.

Pure golf fun

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed April 27, 2014

We played the course several times and had great vacation days at the Golf Hotel Sonne next door. A very beautiful, varied course, easy to play and in very good condition. Very nice views of the Sciliar and the surrounding area, Cart recommended because of the enormous differences in altitude. We would love to come back because we were won over by the operator's new concept. Price / performance ratio is definitely very good. Anyone who appreciates peace and idyll, not only looking at the score, but also appreciates the nature and the way of life of the South Tyroleans, should both play the course and consider the golf hotel with excellent food and wines.

Jürgen Thul

Nice, not that easy and exhausting

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed July 15, 2013

I played 18 holes on this beautiful GP for the first time today; without e-cart, but carrying bag. Tiring but doable. The landscape and the panorama are unique, the fairways and greens are in good condition. I have to complain about the following: no drinks or spring water in between and the information boards on the tees as well as the score cards were a bit poor in terms of information content, measured against the high green fee.

Tiger Boots3 reviews

Really good...:-)

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed May 25, 2013

I have never played a course in the Brgrn that was so perfectly integrated into the landscape. Not a single blind blow. Every hole has something to do with a golf course. The only tip. Take a cart ... :-)

Fred Martin6 reviews

Alpine golf - sensational

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 10, 2012

The Kastelruth golf course is in our opinion (Hcp 11/19) the most beautiful alpine course (we know some alpine courses in Austria and Switzerland as well as pre-alpine courses in Germany)). In the best care, it presents itself with 18 completely different fairways, with sensational tees and with a fantastic panoramic view of the Sciliar mountain range, the Eisack valley and the higher-lying villages of Castelrotto and Seis with enchanting village churches and alpine houses .. Particularly noteworthy the spectacular tee-offs of the par 3 holes (e.g. tee 15; par 3 with the greatest height difference in Europe!) as well as the wild water mountain stream, which accompanies many fairways and also has to be played over several times with "strong nerves". the very well equipped driving range with the "Super-Pro" Rudi as well as the golf restaurant with the always friendly, helpful and courteous staff and the fantastic view of the 1st and 18th fairway. The Hotel Sonne is quite simple, but very clean and with regard to the "3 star rating" absolutely o.k. and extremely inexpensive if you book a golr package. Our recommendation: a place that every golfer at least !! should have played once. This is the third time we have stayed at the Golfhotel Sonne and will definitely come again!
Sabine and Fred Martin; September 2012

DelPiero-108 reviews

Unique golf course

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed May 6, 2012

For us this is a sensational place that is also in good condition. No two holes are the same here and one is very quickly distracted by the great surroundings. A golf cart is definitely recommended here (it is available in the Hotel Sonne golf course, you know why).

The hotel belonging to the golf course can certainly not be compared with the great golf course, but it has everything you need for a relaxing golf holiday (practice facilities and tees right in front of the door). With our golf offer a very good kitchen and a friendly staff awaited us. Lovely again.

nevergiveup12 ratings

What a panorama!

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed January 2, 2012

For me a sensational place. Very good condition. No hole like the other, always great tasks and challenges. Some very spectacular tracks. On the 15 you tee off like from a high-rise (par 3 with the greatest height difference in Europe). Oh yes, on the subject of difference in altitude: I can warmly recommend a cart to you, unless you want to go on a mountain hike - but then take hiking sticks with you :-).

The panorama is amazing. Golfing directly under the impressive Sella massif.

The hotel belonging to Glolfplatz doesn't necessarily knock you off your feet, but it is very well located and has an outstanding kitchen. You also get a green fee discount. So it is definitely recommended for 1-2 nights.

Prillhofer15 ratings

Phuu is difficult!

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed July 27, 2011

Fortunately we played well and all the tees "came", so we were very happy and achieved a great score.
As a beginner it could happen that you break off the round in frustration.
If you walk around the square and don't use an e-cart, you really know what you've done.
The course is very well maintained and in excellent condition. All greenkeepers are also very polite, friendly and nice, which unfortunately cannot be said of the service in the restaurant.

golffreund9667 reviews

You have to have played!

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed May 29, 2011

We (HC um die18) played this course in May 2011. Due to the difference in altitude with Ecart, which was probably slowed down very slowly because of the steepness of the paths, nevertheless sensible. The first 9 very difficult, tw. extremely narrow with a lot of forest to the right and left and very demanding. The second 9 More Hochalm-like, more open. This place impresses with extreme height differences, either it goes steeply up or down. If I remember correctly, there are 6 par 3 holes, all of which go steeply downhill and are really fun (especially when you hit the green) one of them (No. 15) is said to be the par 3 with the largest height difference in the EU , but we could see the green from the tee. Always take at least 2 clubs shorter than usual! Small complaint about the clubhouse with hotel to be found in the hotel, which clearly lags behind the standard of the course. Better look for accommodation nearby!

Dieter Banzhaf1 rating

An incomparable place that is addicting

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed March 9, 2011

A grandiose place with a fascinating view of the Schlern. no two holes are alike.

Wonderful vegetation all around on the alpine pastures and on the edge of the fairways - a breathtaking, unforgettable par 3, dizzying.

Fairways and greens very well maintained.

Charming, helpful service in the pro shop. - E-carts recommended.

Gastronomy with South Tyrolean specialties, good wines, pleasant hotel.

Beautiful place though !!

3.0 of 5 starsReviewed October 30, 2010

A beautifully situated place. Very varied rather short holes. Sporty place only because of the constant height differences.
However, the condition of the greens was catastrophic.The toilet at hole 4 should actually be closed for hygienic reasons.
The staff, especially in the restaurant, is rather demotivated.
It's a shame, it doesn't have to be like that.

A "must" for every good golfer

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed October 21, 2009

A fascination as a golf course, spectacular holes and interesting greens. Foot sick people should take a cart. The three of us played at Sonne on October 20, 2009 and were extremely enthusiastic. Wanted to play again the next day, but the weather didn't play a role.

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Athletic

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed October 4, 2009

A very sporty place right in front of the wonderful panorama of the Sciliar. Very impressive. Sometimes very narrow fairways demand a high level of precision. Family. Highly recommended, if you are not in good physical condition, take a car.

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Nearly perfect

4.0 of 5 starsReviewed August 29, 2019

I had this course on my to-do list for a long time. That summer I had the opportunity to play while on vacation. I made a reservation by phone in the morning and of course I was already busy. At 11:10 am they agreed to meet a couple from Switzerland. When I arrived I saw a beautiful landscape and very good organization. The receptionist was very friendly and helpful. The price is a little higher compared to other courses, but I understand why. I had a bit of a problem paying for my drinks in the restaurant with my card as they accept bills over 10 euros but end up accepting them. Training facilities are located near the clubhouse. I like the multi-level driving range. Orientation on the course was very easy, with signs everywhere. I would only be happy about a birdie book in English. Starter was a very friendly guy who already gave advice and offered free apples (not the iPhone: D). The course starts with easy par 4. I had a little problem that I can't buggy on fairways, only a few, but I'm getting used to it. Fun shots start at hole 3 par 5 with a shot over the ditch. This is followed by a very nice hole 4, short par 3 with a great view. There are a lot of interesting shots on the ninth front. They have to be accurate, not that long, but accurate. In many cases, fairways are guarded by trees and water. I like the view and the 9 in the front better than the 9 in the back. I recommend taking a buggy especially if you hiked the day before, it really is up and down. Back Nine starts with a tough par 5, finally psychologically. Then it's a bit open. I love the shot over the horses heads: D on the 12th hole. Fun starts there and completed a beautiful par 3 on hole number 15 with a height difference of approx. 130 meters. Really nice. You end your round full of emotions. Overall, it's a very nice course, but the value for money is a bit overrated. Nevertheless we will come back one day.

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Excellent mountain golf

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed June 4, 2016

This is as good as you can get in the mountains. Imaginative course design, with hard holes where tactics come into play rather than power. True, there are plenty of holes to open your shoulders. Excellent greens, great service both in the clubhouse and in the restaurant. Buggies are on cart paths so walk if you can.

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Back and forth.

5.0 of 5 starsReviewed April 28, 2015

Absolutely perfect in every way. Edit, landscape, service, restaurant. Only the journey is, in my opinion, badly marked. Find St Dorf to navigate Vigil Seis, as the Italian appoints St. Vigil is difficult. The journey is unobtrusive and very downhill. Without electric bugs game can not be imagined.

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