Founded in 1970, Golfclub Enzesfeld lies a short drive to the southwest of the capital, where its 18-hole golf course (designed by John Harris) is carved through a hilly 185-acre forested property that was originally constructed by Baron Rothschild.
Located only 40 minutes south of Austria‘s capital Vienna this place feels like being in a remote holiday location. In the middle of deep forest landscape a beautiful yet challenging golf course unfolds. Test to golfing skills and physical fitness, one finds many uphill, downhill, below feet anf above feet lies. Fariways are narrow and few holes require long and precise driving.
Downside of the course is bunker play with shallow and hard conditions. Putting is a challenge on most holes as greens are fast and undulated.
Restaurant with exceptional amphitheater style view on holes 1 and 18 concludes a great round of golf.