Golfing in Lindau is an experience in itself because of the incomparable scenery: the two spacious, well-tended courses not only offer a perfect setting for sporting activities, but also invite you to let your gaze wander over the fantastic mountain and lake panorama… Players of all ages and handicaps find the best conditions for their game in Lindau.

Well-kept green spaces in a lush area

Challenging courses in breathtakingly beautiful surroundings, a soothing climate with a Mediterranean influence: Lindau is a true paradise for holidaymakers who enjoy playing golf. Fans of traditional sports will find the best conditions here on Lake Constance. The courses blend picturesquely into the landscape, but are still quick and easy to reach. Environmental protection and customer service are also very important; modern facilities and courteous service are a matter of course.

Both coureses in Lindau also offer excellent catering facilities, so that nothing stands in the way of a successful day or holiday at the golf course.

Golf Club Bad Schachen in Lindau

The 65 hectare 18-hole course on the outskirts of Lindau was designed by architect Bernhard von Limburger in the 1950s. The design of the course at Schönbühl is 90 per cent natural, only the tee-offs, bunkers and greens were laid out. The internationally renowned Lindau landscape architect Kurt Rossknecht ensured that the gentle hills, small depressions and long straight lines blend perfectly into the landscape.

The view at hole 17 is spectacular – from here you can see not only Lake Constance, but also the Austrian and Swiss mountains. The Halfway-House and the in-house restaurant invite you for refreshments in between and afterwards.

During the golf season from March to November, a trial lesson is offered on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month. The practice units are free of charge, the necessary material is provided by the golf club.




Golf Club Bodensee WeiĂźensberg

Also only a few kilometres from Lindau is the golf resort of the Bodensee-WeiĂźensberg Golf Club. The 18-hole championship course is nicknamed the “green hell of the south” and is one of the five most difficult courses on German soil. Among other things, numerous water hazards and fairways through ancient woodland as well as around 96 bunkers, some of which have difficult and undulating greens, have to be mastered. The course was designed by Robert Trent-Jones Senior.

Naturally, this course also has a clubhouse, a golf academy and its own restaurant. Overnight stays are possible in the adjoining Golfhotel Bodensee with its integrated wellness area.