Top 100 Golf Courses - Germany


71st Germany Ranking

With its tree-lined fairways and relatively modest 6,082-metre length, Krefelder requires accuracy rather than length from the tee...


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Berliner - Motzener See

72nd Germany Ranking

Berlin Golf & Country Club at Motzener See is an open parkland course which has been described as having both American and Scottish influences...


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73rd Germany Ranking

Despite the practical deficiencies, the course at Lindau Bad Schachen Golf Club manages to be more than the sum of its parts.


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Westfalischer Gutersloh

74th Germany Ranking

Westfälischer Golf Club is located about five kilometres to the south of the town of Gütersloh and they commissioned the renowned architect Dr. Bernhard von Limburger to design the course...


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75th Germany Ranking

A Götz Mecklenburg design from 1991, the 18-hole course at Golfclub Pottenstein-Weidenloh lies within a 275-acre portion of the Franconian Switzerland-Veldenstein Forest Nature Park, where dense forest surrounds the golfing activity on all sides.


76th Germany Ranking

Situated on the southern slopes of the Donnersberg mountain, the highest point of elevation in the Palatinate region, the course at Golf-Club am Donnersberg is a Donald Harradine design which first opened its doors to golfers in the early 1990s.


77th Germany Ranking

With fairways laid out across a little hilly area within the vast wine producing region between Mannheim and Mainz, the 18-hole layout at Golfclub Rheinhessen is a late 1980s design from architect Armin Keller offering wonderful views of the surrounding landscape.

GreenEagle (North)

78th Germany Ranking

At 7,845 yards, the North course at GreenEagle is one of the longest courses anywhere, built to host professional tournaments and even the Ryder Cup. Besides the usual Tour styling, its defining element is the extremely undulated greens.


79th Germany Ranking

Golf-Club Freudenstadt was founded in 1929 but the club’s current course is of more recent vintage. Rebuilt as a 9-hole track ten years after World War II ended, the course was eventually extended to an 18-hole layout by Hannes Scheiner in 1992.

Bodensee Weissensberg

80th Germany Ranking

Designed by Robert Trent Jones Snr and unveiled in 1987, the woodland course at Golfclub Bodensee Weissensberg lies close to Lake Constance, in southern Germany. With more than a hundred bunkers in play, it’s renowned as a tough track.

Germany Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 Ulrich Mayring Courses Played 77
2 Dr. Michael J. Noack Courses Played 56
3 Andreas Obrock Courses Played 51
4 Tom Courses Played 50
5 Helmut Baeck Courses Played 40
6 Jorn Greve Courses Played 39
7 Dirk Schaeffer Courses Played 29
= Ville Keränen Courses Played 29
9 Marcel Courses Played 24
10 Luzian Kupfer Courses Played 19