Golf Courses at Quellness Golf Resort Bad Griesbach
The beautiful land of the Rott Valley in Lower Bavaria plays host to the Quellness Golf Resort, ensuring that the quality of the golf is matched by the serenity of the surroundings. The Quellness Golf Resort has no less than five championship golf courses, 3 of which were designed by former European Ryder Cup Captain Bernhard Langer. With endless practice facilities including a 200 bay driving range and a 72 hole practice putting green, this resort is a German golf Mecca!
A warm Bavarian welcome is assured at Bad Griesbach, whose Porsche Course is equally impressive, and ranks extremely highly in the golfing options in Germany.
Brunnwies Golf Course
The 18-holes in Brunnwies were the first to be designed by Bernhard Langer in Bad Griesbach. The result: one of the top 20 courses in Europe. This course challenges good golfers, yet is still suitable for all skill levels – this applies to all of the championship courses at the golf resort, and most especially to the Allianz Nickolmann Golf Course Brunnwies.
St. Wolfgang Uttlau Course
Peace and quiet over the hills surrounding the small village of Uttlau near Bad Griesbach, 18 holes in enchanting nature – this is a truly excellent place to golf.
One side provides a view of the Bavarian Forest, the other side provides an outlook over Bad Griesbach, and if you look just a touch further – provided the weather behaves – you’ll have an impressive shot of the Alps and the Bavarian countryside, yet this is an experience that must be earned. Any golfer who has completed a round on the Golf Course Lederbach will be able to tell you why the area is referred to as “Alpine” and also why hole 9 is known as “heartbeat hill”. You will not find any level holes on the Lederbach course, but what you will definitely experience is an interesting and athletic round on an almost mountainous course.
Porsche Golf Course
The youngest of the championship courses, which is located right next to the Beckenbauer Golf Course in Penning, is also a creation by Germany’s world-class golfer Bernhard Langer. He integrated the completely level fairways into the meadow landscape of the Rott. The older existing trees give the course its mature character and natural charm.
The course (par 71) in Penning is completely flat and its approximately 65 hectare exude a long-established flair due to the majestic tress that adorn the course. Although it is located right beside the Beckenbauer Golf Course, these two first-class courses are indeed different but share the fact that they are challenging yet fair courses for all skill levels. As an example, you will not find as many side flood plains on this course.
Regal golfing pleasure on lush greens and perfect fairways – the championship course created with Bernhard Langer as the architect seems to be one with the meadow landscape of the small river Rott and was already awarded a “world-class” rating the year it opened. The 18 holes in Penning, right beside the Porsche Golf Course, do indeed pack a punch. They don’t hold back when it comes to challenges, but also offer sufficient opportunities for some serious success.