If the hunt for eagles and birdies is secondary for you, and your main goal is to move in the fresh air, be happy about successful tee-offs, and enjoy a carefree time - then look no further than our Engadin golf world which is perfect for leisure golfers of all levels!
An enchanting idyll, playful watercourses, natural landscapes - what sounds like the perfect setting for a leisurely hike is also the perfect description of our golf courses here in the Engadin.
Our breathtaking mountain scenery combines in harmonious interplay with our exciting courses to create one of the most distinctive golf destinations in Europe. With the two tournament courses of Samedan and Zuoz-Madulain, the Kulm Golf, and the Sils Pitch & Put short course, a round can be played on a total of about 50 holes.
Switzerland's first golf course was opened here in 1893. The 18-hole course in Samedan is already a classic due to its history, but its design also makes leisure golfers rejoice because the open and flat terrain with its historic greens has challenges in store for every golfer.
10 km from Samedan is the sporty 18-hole tournament course of Zuoz-Madulain. On this diversely designed course, you can strive to play the alpine topography with precision and at the same time admire the magnificent mountain flowers at the edge of the fairway.
The Kulm course (9-hole par 3) is one of the highest courses in Europe at 1860 meters above sea level. And guests can train their short game on the short course Sils of the Parkhotel Margna (4-hole par 3) while marvelling at the unique mountain landscape.
Are you looking for a suitable accommodation? Would you like to toast your birdies at "hole 19”? Have you lost all your balls in the rough? Or have you become ambitious and need a pro? Whatever your needs, we can help. With more than 40 golf hotels in the region, golf lessons, pro store, the golf restaurants Samedan and Zuoz with wonderful sun terraces, driving ranges, and golf cart accessible courses, the Engadin offers everything a golfer's heart could desire.