The 18-hole layout at Golf & Country Club Brunn was designed by architects Gunther and Gerold Hauser in 1989 and the tree-lined fairways of this course are laid out on a largely flat landscape, with a few ponds adding a little visual appeal during the round.
Laid out across a compact 100-acre property in the small town of Brunn am Gebirge, the layout extends to 5,742 metres from the back tees, with holes arranged as two returning nines. Par is set at 70, 35 out then 35 in, and water comes into play at almost half the holes. There are three par threes on the front nine and only one par five on the back nine.
Notable holes include the par five 2nd where an intimidating lake fronts the green; the left doglegging short par four 14th (with long, snaking bunkers to the left of the fairway and right of the green); and the final par three on the card at the 154-metre 17th, which plays to a shallow green that’s protected by sand and water to the right of the putting surface.