We are delighted to introduce you to our partner golf courses. Whatever your handicap, these golf courses in the undulating Hessian countryside offer you diversified challenges on world-class level.
Oberhessischer Golfclub Marburg
This 18-hole golf course is located in the hilly countryside of the Oberhessian mountains offering sweeping views of the surrounding meadows, forests and villages. It is characterized by only a small number of water hazards, mostly ancient woodland and well-positioned bunkers. Overall this course is very diversified whereby each hole has its own distinct character.
Golf Club Schloß Braunfels
This course is located on the grounds of the former manor house of the Prince of Solms-Braunfels in the mountainous region of the northern Taunus. The extensive terrain is covered with wetland habitats and ponds where groomed fairways lead along ancient woodlands and chestnut alleys up to the top of the hill offering magnificent views of the Lahn-Dill countryside.
Attighof Golf & Country Club
This 18-hole golf course offers a very challenging and diversified golfing experience set in nearly 200 acres of parkland. The sweeping fairways with more than 80 bunkers will test the golfer's technical and strategic skills.
The 18-hole championship course has a panoramic view over Taunus and Vogelsberg. With an average of four drives at each course, as well as wide fairways and undulating greens, this golf course offers challenging variations to the ambitioned amateur and the pro alike.
The golf course of Lich is renowned for its very large and fast greens, clear contours from the fairway to the semi-rough and the rough as well as its excellent condition. These are just a few of the reasons that make this golf course a popular destination for Green Fee players not only from the surrounding Hesse region but from all over Germany.