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Golf parcours in Alta Baadia

Enjoy a unique alpine golf experience surrounded by magnificent Dolomites peaks

Golf course above Corvara

The Tranrüs golf course is located just outside Corvara in the direction of the Campolongo pass. At 1,700 meters above sea level, it is one of the highest golf courses in Europe and offers ideal playing conditions from June to October.

Here in the heart of the Dolomites, at the foot of the Sassongher, the Puez-Odle Nature Park and the Sella massif, in a fairytale-like setting, golf lovers can enjoy a unique alpine golf experience surrounded in an incomparable countryside.

The 9-hole course, par 72, is spread over 2,730 meters and has a height difference of only 45 meters. Interesting terrain, even for the most experienced players.

Beginners can practice on a putting green and a driving range.

Alta Badia Golf Hotels

Alta Badia Golf Hotels
Alta Badia Golf Hotels

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Unique alpine golf experience surrounded by magnificent Dolomites peaks

The club house, a typical Tyrolean wooden house, contains an office, changing rooms and showers. On the course there is a putting green, practice green and two professional assistants.

The Alta Badia Golf Club, which manages the Tranrüs golf course, is happy to organize personalized tournaments and offers training sessions with professional golf instructors.

The most scenic golf holes

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Hole 4: With this hole - par 5 you reach the 1,800-meter limit. The narrow green requires good technical skills and adaptability.

Hole 5: This hole got the well-deserved title as "Italy's most panoramic hole". And indeed, the view over the Dolomites mountains is unique.

Hole 8: The demanding tee - par 3, does not allow distraction. The green surrounded by the forest is a truly indescribable sight.