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Touring Guide: Alpine Golf Courses

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Touring Guide: Alpine Golf Courses

When the summer weather starts to set in, we trade our skis for a set of clubs. This week, the five best Alpine golf courses in the world from our resident Golf Pro and Head of Partnerships Eric Stepanian. 

Crans-sur Sierre Golf Club - Severiano Ballesteros Course

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Perched on the lush mountain plateau in the Alps, this Harry Nicholson original and Seve Ballesteros redesign began play in 1905 and has hosted the Omega European Masters since 1939.

Gstaad-Saanenland Golf Club

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Arguably the most beautiful golf course in all of Switzerland, this quiet and informal atmosphere welcomes guests and members alike to bask tin the Bernese Oberland mountain landscape. 

 

Matterhorn Golf Club

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With the breathtaking backdrop of Zermatt looming on every hole, this relatively new course opened in 2002. It features only 9 breathtaking holes, priding itself on offering visitors and members a truly memorable experience.

Golf Club De Chamonix

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This Robert Trent Jones Sr. design is nestled deep in the Chamonix valley between Mont Blanc and Aiguilles Rouges. Since 1972 the elite amateur event Trophee Maurice Herzog has been hosted on this truly stunning golf course. 

 

Golf Club Schwarzsee

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Located in the heart of the Kitzbuhel Alps, this well balanced terrain includes mountains, forests, meadows and water hazards a plenty. The European Challenge Tour has hosted an annual event here since 2003 making it a true challenge for the professional and amateur alike.