Europe's highest 18-hole golf course is located in a magnificent mountain landscape and offers everything to delight the golfer's heart – a real challenge for every player.
Engadin Golf Samedan was opened in 1891 and is Switzerland's oldest golf course. It is still in the same location as it was when it was founded. The course is predominantly level and is characterised by its many small lakes and streams, as well as by the Majola and north wind. These snags provide the course with the appropriate difficulties. The ancient larch trees, some of which are 700 years old, are a special feature. This type of obstacle often decides the outcome of a game.
Guests are welcome to play at Engadin Golf Samedan, but it is necessary to have a handicap of 36. If guests have a licence (Platzreife), they are only permitted in the company of a handicap player.
A large number of tournaments take place during the golf season. Most tournaments are open to guests with a handicap.