Our Golf Passes
Our Golf Pass is a package of two or three Greenfees permitting play on the six courses of Golfs in Alsace. It may be used on any day of the week within two consecutive weeks from the first day played.
Green Card level is required except on Golf de la Largue and Golf de Soufflenheim where a minimum playing level of handicap 36 will be requested.
When you have paid for your Golf Pass, you will receive an e-mail confirming your TeeTimes, and your reserved TeeTimes will be communicated to the Golfclubs concerned. You may print out this confirmation to show each Club before you play.
You may also profit from the special offers of each Club.
Inclement weather does not justify a reduction or repayment
It is assumed that all players respect golf etiquette
Any poor misconduct may result in expulsion without repaymentONDITIONS GÉNÉRALES DE VENTE
Golf International Soufflenheim Baden-Baden
The Golf Club Soufflenheim lies harmoniously nestled onto the serene water meadow landscape of the Upper Rhine, surrounded by delightfully peaceful natural scenery not far from Strassburg and Karlsruhe.
The perfect combination, of 6-hole short, 9-hole and 18-hole championship courses designed by Bernhard Langer, spell on players of all levels, from ambitious competitive golfers to the freshest of beginners.
Course 18 holes PAR 72-6361 m (handicap max 36.0)
Course 9 holes PAR 64 -4554 m (green card ok)
Pitch & Putt 6 holes PAR 54-369 m
Golf de La Wantzenau
About 6 miles away from Strasbourg, the golf course of La Wantzenau lies along a wooden region near the Rhine. It has been designed by the renowned British architect Jeremy Pern, assisted by Jean Garaïalde, one of the best French golfing professionals. The 18-hole course in La Wantzenau is extremely varied, with water forming integral part of the facility.
Course 18 holes PAR 72-6173 m
Course 12 holes compact PAR 36-1130 m
Golf Resort Ammerschwihr Trois-Epis
Situated in the heart of Alsace Wine Country and its Wine Route, a few kilometres from Colmar, the Golf Resort Ammerschwihr Trois-Epis looks forward to welcoming you, in its peaceful and idyllic location between vineyards and forests, to one of its 72 apartments in the 4 Star aparthotel “RESIVAC”. The Golf Restaurant proposes a variety of culinary delights and local specialities. The hilly 18-hole course (over 70 hectares), built in 1990 by Robert Berthet and classified as a Mountain Golf Course, demands technical and precision skills ensuring a golf course full of character.
All lovers of golf and nature, there are so many good reasons to organise your stay at the Golf Resort Ammerschwihr Trois-Epis!
Course 18 holes PAR 70-5207 m
Pitch & Putt 9 holes PAR 27-592 m
Alsace Golf Links
Alsace Golf Links is located in an original postcard setting and is one of the longest courses in Alsace. The old watermill complex has been transformed into the Clubhouse. It is particularly appreciated for its very “Irish” charm, and is a links course that offers a challenge to players of all levels. The background of the Vosges Moutains and the neighbouring wine villages provide a very fine panoramic setting to work on your swing.
Afterwards, you can enjoy locale specialities in the relaxed Clubhouse atmosphere and reflect on your day.
Course 18 holes PAR 72-6444 m
Driving Range and 3 holes compact course
Golfclub des Bouleaux
The Golf Club des Bouleaux is a stone’s throw from Mulhouse and lies between woodlands and water bodies. Its fairways are never far from undergrowth, its hazards require accurate second shots, but its 18 holes can be attempted by all golfers. It is open all year around, and offers exceptional moments in a unique atmosphere when the mist rises from the water and the delicious freshness of its centuries-old trees cool your summer afternoons.
Course 18 holes PAR 71-5772 m
Driving range enlightened
Golf de LaLargue
The rolling course in LaLargue, a short distance from Switzerland and Germany, is the most interesting one in the border area. In a magnificent forest, this haven of peace is very much part of the conserved landscape of the Sundgau. Its reed-edged ponds and the river flowing through it provide a piece of paradise for golfers. The course is not the easiest, providing a stimulating challenge and giving players a subject of conversation at the clubhouse with its unimpeded view.
Course 18 holes PAR 72-6142 m (handicap max 36.0)
Course 9 holes academy PAR 30-1700 m