The 18-hole championship course is rightly regarded as challenging and absolutely worth playing. It is clear that it belongs to the "Leading Courses of Austria". Four par-5, nine par-4 and five par-3 holes can be played surrounded by the magnificent alpine panorama.

Fancy a Diamond?

Anyone who scores a hole-in-one on the 14th hole, a par 3 with two bunkers (white: 144 metres, yellow: 114 metres, blue: 103 metres, red: 93 metres), in a tournament or rating match with a pro will receive a one-carat diamond as a gift.

Everything is so green.

The flat golf course, with its rolling hills and grandiose aesthetics, is a par-71 course - a sporting and visual delight. Fruit groves, ponds, carpet-like fairways, cunningly placed bunkers and cleverly moved greens will make you rejoice.

A flight with the weather god.

The location of the golf club at 550 metres above sea level and the climatic conditions offer a sunny playing season from March until November. And the covered tees on the driving range, open all year round, invite you to practice even in winter.

Practice makes perfect.

In spring 2019, the Zillertal-Uderns Golf Club has added another highlight to its range, the 3 new, beautiful short game holes (each par 3) with a length between 75 and 130 metres with bunkers, hills and water hazards.

The use of the short game holes is included in the purchase of a green fee for the 18-hole championship course!

Driving Range.

Open all year round, the spacious Driving Range with 35 tees, 18 of which are covered, not only offers an optimal training area, but also a unique view of the Zillertal mountains. In addition, there is an Indoor Putting Green and an Indoor Golf Simulator for bad weather. Tee up, set, go!

Design & Architecture.

The courses were designed by architect Diethard Fahrenleitner to provide a fair and attractive game for all levels of golfing ability. The spectacular Green 9, an island green that ends directly in front of the large terrace of the club house, is truly impressive. On hole 2, a par 3, you'll be greeted - with a bit of luck - by the local water turtle.