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Green lawns, green horizons. For South Tyrol's golf courses are all nestling in the countryside. Crests of hills, behind mountains. No need to think of anything but the next hole.
4 x golf. 4 x different.

Petersberg Golf Club, with its meadows dotted with fir trees; Brandis Golf Club at Lana, with its unencumbered views across the orchards of the Etsch river valley: Karersee Golf Club for a game beneath the Rosengarten mountain group; or Passeier Golf Club with its lovely waterlily ponds -
all of these golf courses are within a radius of 45 kilometres. For genuinely passionate golf players can't do without their hobby on holiday. Or finally find the time to play a round. In the end, golf in South Tyrol is somehow … Alpine, or Mediterranean … just like the area itself.

The area's 18 hole and 9 hole courses:

Golf club Passeier-Merano (18 hole - Par 70)

The 18-hole course lies at 600 meter and thank to the great climatic postition, it is playable all over the year.
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Golf club Petersberg (18 hole- Par 67)

The golf club Petersberg (Italian: Monte San Pietro) lies on the southern slope of the Dolomites at ca. 1200 meter, in the middle of picturesque mountain tops.
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Golf club Carrezza (9 hole- Par 70)

The highest golf course in submontane of the King Laurins Rose Garden was built at the beginning of the century in the Dolomits, surrounded by majestic mountains, high trees and green meadows.
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Golf club Lana Gutshof Brandis (9 hole- Par 70)

In the middle of orchards, vineyards and the mountains and castles of Merano, everyone feels the quiteness of the landscape. The 9-hole course opens heavenly perspectives to all the fanciers of South Tyrol. The Gutshof Brandis is used as a club house and Pro-Shop. Old walls tell history and tradition. South Tyrol has a lucky clima – here the golf season starts in February and ends in December.
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