Austria

OK, so landlocked Austria has a few stereotypical images: the Sound of Music, Lederhosen, and yodelling spring directly to mind, but the reality is that Austria has few peers as an all-year-round holiday destination.

Everyone knows about the Alpine winter skiing, but few know that during the summer months Austria adopts the motto "from the hills to the spas" and becomes a huge summer playground of fun…well that’s what the Austrian National Tourist Office have to say!

Naturally we are much more interested in the golf and during the warm summer months there’s plenty of courses to choose from. In fact there are now approximately 140 registered courses and Austria has around 95,000 registered golf club members. With the Alps as a backcloth and lungs full of crisp clean air, there is much to commend Austrian golf and if you’ve not yet tried it we thoroughly recommend a visit.

Our rankings of the Top 30 Golf Courses of Austria were last updated in February 2016. Click the link to read the story.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Austria

Fontana

1st Austria Ranking

Located to the south of Vienna on the edge of the spa town of Baden lies the prestigious Fontana Golf & Country Club.

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Description: Located to the south of Vienna on the edge of the spa town of Baden lies the prestigious Fontana Golf & Country Club. Rating: 5.5 out of 6

Adamstal

2nd Austria Ranking

Adamstal is one of the world's most beautiful golf courses and it's certainly one of Austria's very best.

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Description: Adamstal is one of the world's most beautiful golf courses and it's certainly one of Austria's very best. Rating: 5.75 out of 6

Schloss Schönborn

3rd Austria Ranking

The 27-hole Schloss Schönborn complex is set in the heart of the Austrian wine region and it has the most impressive manor house 19th.

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Description: The 27-hole Schloss Schönborn complex is set in the heart of the Austrian wine region and it has the most impressive manor house 19th. Rating: 5.3333333333333 out of 6

Gut Altentann

4th Austria Ranking

Gut Altentann is the Austrian golf course that Jack built and it’s set on the outskirts of Mozart’s hometown, Salzburg.

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Description: Gut Altentann is the Austrian golf course that Jack built and it’s set on the outskirts of Mozart’s hometown, Salzburg. Rating: 5 out of 6

Colony Club Gutenhof (West)

5th Austria Ranking

Colony Club Gutenhof is located a mere 10 kilometres to the south of Vienna and this was Austria's first 36-hole golf club.

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Description: Colony Club Gutenhof is located a mere 10 kilometres to the south of Vienna and this was Austria's first 36-hole golf club. Rating: 4 out of 6

Diamond Country Club (Diamond)

6th Austria Ranking

There are two courses at the Diamond Country Club, the Diamond Leisure and the Diamond. The Diamond Leisure is a simple, pleasant affair but the Diamond course is the real thing.

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Description: There are two courses at the Diamond Country Club, the Diamond Leisure and the Diamond. The Diamond Leisure is a simple, pleasant affair but the Diamond course is the real thing. Rating: 5 out of 6

Eichenheim

7th Austria Ranking

When Kyle Phillips gets involved in golf design, everyone expects something special. Eichenheim is enchanting and perhaps the best new Austrian course.

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Description: When Kyle Phillips gets involved in golf design, everyone expects something special. Eichenheim is enchanting and perhaps the best new Austrian course. Rating: 4.2 out of 6

Linz St Florian

8th Austria Ranking

British architect Donald Harradine designed the course at Golf Club Linz St. Florian and it's set in the Tillysburg Estate on rolling land.

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Description: British architect Donald Harradine designed the course at Golf Club Linz St. Florian and it's set in the Tillysburg Estate on rolling land. Rating: 4.5 out of 6

Murhof

9th Austria Ranking

Golf Club Murhof is set most enchantingly and Bernhard von Limburger designed it in 1963 when few locals were interested in golf.

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Description: Golf Club Murhof is set most enchantingly and Bernhard von Limburger designed it in 1963 when few locals were interested in golf. Rating: 5 out of 6

Mondsee

10th Austria Ranking

Golfclub Am Mondsee lies to the south of the town of Mondsee, where farmland was converted to a golf course in 1986 when the owner decided to discontinue an unprofitable beef production business...

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Description: Golfclub Am Mondsee lies to the south of the town of Mondsee, where farmland was converted to a golf course in 1986 when the owner decided to discontinue an unprofitable beef production business... Rating: 4 out of 6