There are three ingredients that make a golf course fabulous. A spectacular setting – Lower Austria’s Alpine foreland provides the ideal surrounding for impressive views and also has an unmatched scenery. A dedicated architect – the Canadian Jeff Howes, a disciple of Jack Nicklaus, who gave Adamstal its unique design. And a driving force behind the project – Franz Wittmann Austrians 12 times Rally champion, who transferred his ambitions into the golf sport, envisioned and realized the 27 holes. His perfectionism and idealism made Golf club Adamstal to one of the most spectacular courses in Europe – unique in its design together with an immaculate course condition.
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The reception was most hospitable here. This was text book and a great way to start the day.
My first impression of facilities were not too great, as the parking seems rather small and the driving range is squeezed between two holes from the 9 holes course.
We played the 18 holes course. It's quite amazing that on this mountain site they managed to built a golfcourse …
The course has some stunning views and some very good holes. Would not call this is a walkable course. Take a cart very steep with some large distances between holes. Greens were not good but it was early spring. Good Pro shop but practice facilities are very average. Locker rooms were also MIA. A bit overrated.
Data della recensione: 30 agosto 2018Handicap: 12.2
The Championship course of Golfclub Adamstal was built in 1998 by Canadian golfcourse architect Jeff Howes. The Golfclub is owned by Franz Wittmann Sr. and is mostly run by the family. When we played Franz's wife was the starter. Grandma Wittmann was serving at the halfway house and Franz Senior and Junior were playing in front of us (Franz Junior is a pro golfer and was …