Welcome to our 18-hole golf course with fabulous views of the Bernese Oberland mountain landscape. The golf course is surrounded by a nature reserve with a fen of national importance. It is away from traffic and noise. The 18 varied holes are gently nestled in a natural environment and their topography presents a challenge to even the most experienced golfer. It is one of the most beautiful Alpine golf courses in Switzerland.



We are proud of the informal atmosphere which exists thanks to the class and personal style of our members and guests. After your round of golf, make your way to the cosy clubhouse restaurant with a large sun terrace where you can savour reasonably priced specialities conjured up by the leading Swiss chef Robert Speth from the Chesery in Gstaad.

Impressions of one of the most beautiful Alpine golf courses



Local rules

See the scorecard for the Local Rules – Scorecard.

We expressly point out that stepping on and playing in the fen is strictly prohibited.

Evening storms are a normal occurrence in summer which is short-lived yet violent. In order to ensure that you don’t need to interrupt the game in a hurry, you can take shelter before the lightning starts in the wooden huts near holes 3, 5, 10, 12, 14 and 16.


Eligibility to play

All golfers with an Exact Handicap of at least 36 are welcome at all times.


Tournament registration

Where tournament registrations are concerned, we kindly request that you submit your participation request electronically by midnight two days before the tournament date or enter it by hand on the information board in the office by 9 a.m. on the day before the tournament. The entry fee amounts to CHF 20.00.
The golf tournament schedule is available here. It is also available in printed form from the office.



Rates for Golf Club members
Rates for golfers with flexible membership or without a membership card or golf handicap certificate
Rates for members by partner golf clubs (except for tournaments)
Rental fees for green fee players