While course Designer Bernhard Langer is especially enthused by the marvellous view of the Dachstein and the surrounding mountain tops, Golf & Country Club Dachstein Tauern, which was founded in 1987, is mostly known for its excellent course layout. Despite being elegantly embedded into the alpine landscape, the championship course rather reminds sophisticated golfers of places like Pebble Beach, Florida, due to its many water hazards and the glistening white quartz sands.

Just like the American models, Schladming also has a rather vicious ‘Amen Corner’. Even one or two Pros have lost more points than planned to the treacheries between holes 7 and 10, but especially at the ball hungry ‘Crocodile Hole’. Nevertheless the demanding establishment makes for a nice golf experience even for the less trained given the variety of tees offered. Besides, the spectacular mountain scenery and the beautiful views will compensate for any misguided ball.

In accordance to the high standards of the fairways which neatly follow the sunny meadows, the new CEO of the club, Franz Wittman jun., son of Franz Wittman, owner of Golfclub Adamstal – also a World of Leading Golf member club, is set upon a friendly and upscale hospitality in the clubhouse and restaurant. Visitors of his club are “supposed to relish a unique experience, when they for once find the time to spend their day on the golf course.”


18 hole, 750 m a. s. l.
Men WHITE 5868 m, CR 71,3 / SL 124
Women BLACK 5106 m, CR 72,6 / SL: 128

Green: American
Green grass type: Bent & Poa anua
Green velocity: 2,5-3 m
Fairway cut: 12 mm
Second cut: 35 mm

App for iphone/smartphone like 3D overviews, electronic Caddy, GPS-birdiebook.


Driving range, Golf Pro, Pro Shop, three other golf shops nearby, club repair, rental trolley & E-carts.

Green Fee:

in €
Per day 82

Early bird or sunset offer:
Tee time until 9 am or after 13 pm
75 incl. E-cart, 65 without

Alpin card will be accepted (surcharge € 5).


Oberhaus 59
8967 Haus


Tel. +43 3686 2630


Club manager/CEO: Franz Wittmann jr.

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