Schloss Schönborn is set in the heart of the Austrian wine region on the northeastern edge of Vienna and it boasts an impressive 27 holes and an even more impressive manor house, which is now the clubhouse and the imposing centrepiece of the Schloss Schönborn Golf Club.
The 27 holes are spread out over more than 250 acres and the course is set out in three loops of nine holes, the Red, Green and Yellow. The Red and Green nines make up the premier tournament course but if you are planning a day here we recommend the full 27-hole Kurt Rossknecht experience.
Schloss Schönborn is a heavily wooded course, with thoughtful routing and captivating holes. In many ways the layout is reminiscent of a traditional British park course but there is no doubt that you are in the Viennese heart.
Very nice parkland course not far from Vienna. Wonderful surrounding with the castle dating back to early 1700.
Played 2018 in July and was impressed. Greens were perfect, so also most of the fairways. Perfect service and restaurant!
One of the best parkland courses in Austria. Built in an old castle park, the course features tight fairways, long par 4s and many trees. Course required solid precise play. Signature hole par 3 11th playing strait at the castle. Front 9 a bit up and down, back 9 flat but not less challenging. The course shows some of the fastest greens in Eastern Austria.