The holes 1 to 4 are designed in a way that players of all handicaps are able to start their round with some lifts. Relative short holes (except hole 3 which is a Par 5) without huge hazards make a good score possible. Starting at hole 5, the course gets a little bit more difficult. Water hazards near the greens and huge bunkers with white quartz sand could make you think of Florida and not of the Alps. Only if you take your time and enjoy the view of the sweeping chain of mountains which surround our beautiful golf course, you will soon get back to the Austrian alpine landscape. Hole 6, which is a 149 m long Par 3, is an absolute eye catcher since you have to defeat a huge bunker and a water hazard to putt your ball into the hole of this wonderful big green. This delightful sight will stay in your memory for sure. From hole 7 to hole 10 the so-called "Amen-Corner" begins. The difficult Par 4, is followed by the 200 m long Par 3  the "Crocodile Hole" where you have to shoot over a pond, next you have to come through a Par 4 which is rated with HC 1. When you reached the green of Hole 10 which is also a long Par 4, you worked your way though the "Amen-Corner". If your score is still a good one, you now have the chance to return to the club house with it. Because at the Holes 11, 12 and 13 you can catch a breath and calm down which you will definitely need for the holes 14 and 15 since the water hazards call all your attention once again.

Holes 16 and 17 make some birdies again possible, though. Furthermore, Hole 17 which is also known as the "Duck Hole", a Par 3 again over a pond, is a highlight for all nature lover due to its fantastic design.

And last but not least, Hole 18 which is a real match-play hole. The Par 5 with its insular green demands again a lot of concentration and mental strength. However, the design of the huge green offers you another amazing sight.

At the latest when you are sitting at the terrace at hole 19 you will realize that you just have played the "Pebble Beach of the Alps" designed by Bernhard Langer.