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Seefeld-Wildmoos

Seefeld in Tirol, Tirol
Seefeld in Tirol, Tirol
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  • AddressWildmoos 11, 6100 Seefeld in Tirol, Austria

Seefeld-Wildmoos – the wild thing – is one of the most exhilarating golf courses in Europe. Seefeld is a famous Austrian ski resort, midway between Innsbruck and Garmisch and the course is perched some 4,000 feet above sea level in an area totally dominated by the backdrop of the Alpine peaks of Karwendel and Wettersteingebirges. The setting is dramatic.

Seefeld opened for play to a fanfare of trumpets in 1970. This was the second 18-hole course in Austria to be designed by the late Don Harradine. The English architect's policy was to rely on Nature in order to create a unique course for its particular location and the course at Seefeld epitomises Harradine's design philosophy by slotting harmoniously into the gorgeous Alpine landscape.

The high pastoral region of Wildmoos is surrounded by aged birch, larch and pine. It's a peaceful and immensely relaxing location, ideal for total concentration on the game at hand. It's no surprise that Seefeld is one of Austria's premier clubs. Four teeing areas, two for men and two for ladies, stretch the course from 4,613 metres to 5,960 meters. Seefeld is by no means long - especially since the ball travels further in the high altitude Alpine air. The challenge is not about length from the tee, it's all about position and keeping the ball in play on this tight tree-lined layout. Despite the altitude, the greens and fairways are in excellent condition.

It's not surprising that the elevation changes are quite significant at Seefeld and there's a fair amount of climbing to be done. But the fairways are skilfully designed so that the height variation doesn’t cause too many problems, and, in any case, there are buggies available for those who need them. We think that the best way to see and play Seefeld is on foot, because every moment should be savoured. Just make sure you don't plan a trip to play here between November and April, because the course is covered in snow and used for cross-country skiing.

Don’t forget your camera. The raised tees and low-lying greens with the mountains as the backcloth provide a delightful photogenic canvas. After your round, relax in the Tyrolean clubhouse and enjoy the mountain majesty. Seefeld is a special place and it will take your breath away.

Seefeld-Wildmoos – the wild thing – is one of the most exhilarating golf courses in Europe. Seefeld is a famous Austrian ski resort, midway between Innsbruck and Garmisch and the course is perched some 4,000 feet above sea level in an area totally dominated by the backdrop of the Alpine peaks of Karwendel and Wettersteingebirges. The setting is dramatic.

Seefeld opened for play to a fanfare of trumpets in 1970. This was the second 18-hole course in Austria to be designed by the late Don Harradine. The English architect's policy was to rely on Nature in order to create a unique course for its particular location and the course at Seefeld epitomises Harradine's design philosophy by slotting harmoniously into the gorgeous Alpine landscape.

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