One of the top private facilities in the country, Golf & Country Club Zürich at Zumikon attracts discerning golfers in the area the same way as Geneva does in the west of Switzerland.
The Harradine design company has undertaken well over 100 golf projects throughout Germany and Switzerland and the 18-hole course at Schönenberg Golf & Country Club is one of them.
The par 73 course at Wylihof Golf Club is the nation’s longest, measuring 7,242 yards from the back tees, and it’s an open, largely level layout with water only in play occasionally.
Basel Golf and Country Club is actually situated a few miles across the border from Basel in the Alsace Region of France but Basel is a Swiss club and a member of the Swiss Golf Association.
Established in 1959, the Bernard von Limburger-designed course at Golf & Country Club Blumisberg combines open meadow and woodland holes routed around a pleasantly undulating property.
Designed by Donald Harradine in 1980, the 18-hole layout at Golf & Country Club de Bonmont lies within a 155-acre parkland domaine to the north of Geneva. Peter Harradine renovated and upgraded his father’s work at the start of the new millennium.
It’s not known who laid out the original 9-hole course for Golf Club Lugano when it was founded in 1923 but Donald Harradine designed a new 18-hole layout for the club in the late 1960s which Cabell Robinson updated in 1992.
Thanks to the acquisition of additional land in 1964, the 9-hole course at Golf Club Montreux was redesigned as an 18-hole layout by Donald Harradine. Forty years later, Ron Fream completely renovated the course, introducing four new holes.
Architect Jeremy Pern set out the course at Golf Club les Bois in two phases; the back nine in 1995, then the front nine four years later. The 14th to 16th in the pine trees is a renowned as a particularly strong sequence of holes.
The Zuoz-Madulain layout is one of only five courses the prolific Canadian architect Les Furber has designed in Europe. Opened in 2002, it’s the better of two 18-hole tracks used by Engadin Golf Club, one of continental Europe’s oldest clubs.