305 GC Hainburg [0]

PRESIDENT AND CLUBMASTER – The historical facts of the 17th Austrian golf course are well known, but we still give you a little brush-up.

 

A course next to the danube – on the far eastern border of austria the view reaches the slovak side

A course next to the danube – on the far eastern border of austria the view reaches the slovak side

An official writing to the communities around Vienna regarding the interest in a golf course was just thrown in the bin. There, a community worker found that paper and the rest is history. The letter was written by Dr. Kurt Nierlich, father of record champion Klaus Nierlich, who looked after the development of the golf course at Hainburg whole-heartedly and became a Chairman too. Dietmar Haderer, being part of the project since the beginning, owner of the Pro-shop for 20 years and now manager in Hainburg as well, remembers: “Dr. Nierlich even talked to the walkers there and tried to wake their interest for golf”. The economical aspects, too, had straight principles at the beginning. If there was money needed in order to get new equipment, he asked the chairmen for the still missing money, despite the amount of such, and put it in himself.

In 1994 the nine hole course turned into a course of 18 holes, including watering system for the fairways, but with one bad spot: The driving range crosses the 10th fairway. This year, for its 30th anniversary, the club donates a new driving range, which lets even this mistake disappear. What makes Hainburg so special (by the way, first club champion was a certain Mr. Markus Brier, who will also attend the 30-year-celebration)? – Familiar atmosphere, without any snobbism, a dreamlike landscape and down-to-earth prices. Haderer: “We need to reach for the stars, because big companies do not host their golf events here anymore. After the big golf boom in the beginning of the nineties, we need to get used to being an underdog. But despite all difficulties, we will be free of depths within the next two years.”

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With the power of coolness
But it didn’t look all that well for the club in the year 2000: Banks wanted to close the money-pipe but Didi Haderer was able to change this situation with a clever marketing strategy: He waived the enrolment fee, which brought about 200 new members and the sell of the Greenfees to Tuttendörfl and Achau took enough money for petty cash.

By the way: Convenient fact to the anniversary of the club is, that Wilhard Haderer, longest serving golf club president of Austria has his round birthday this year as well: He will be 70 years of age. Congratulations from the Golfrevue!

Adresse:
Auf der Heide 762, 2410 Hainburg/Donau
Telefon:
+43 2165/626 28
Fax:
+43 2165/626 28-3
Email:
info@golfclub-hainburg.at
Webseite:
www.golfclub-hainburg.at
Präsident(in):
DI Franz Rovenszky
Manager(in):
Dietmar Haderer
Sekretariat:
Manfred Ehrenreich
Öffentlich:
nein
Loch:
18 Loch
Par:
72
Länge:
4949 m bis 5646 m
CR Gelb:
70,1
CR Rot:
71,3
Slope Gelb:
121
Slope Rot:
117

Übungsanlage
 
Beschreibung:

Chipping Area, Puttinggreen

Beheizte Range:
nein

Greenfee:
 
Art:
Tagesfee
Greenfee:
Mo–Fr € 55,–
Sa, So, Fei € 75,–
Ermäßigungen:

Senioren und Studenten Di–Do € 35,–
Donnerstag Damentag € 35,–

Nur Rangefee:
€ 7,–

Golfschule:
ja
Name:
Andrew Malley
Telefon:
+43 2165/626 28
Email:
info@golfclub-hainburg.at
Internet:
www.golfclub-hainburg.at
Headpro:

Andrew Malley

Pro:

Marek Sindelar

PE-Kurs:
auf Anfrage
TE-Kurs:
auf Anfrage
Golfschnuppern:
ja
Datenstand: 2016-05-11

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