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SPRING, DAY AND NIGHT – I thought that feng shui is a thing for housing architecture – just until I was put right at the 13th hole of GC Frühling.

 

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My drive hits the rock at that Par 4 and bounces back – and this is the solely fault of Feng-Shui – and Head Pro Matthias Mezei, who accompanies me on my round. But let’s talk about that later – it all started off really harmonically. At the first tee (Day Course hole 1, Par 4) he looks at me and says quietly: “Relax and enjoy yourself! Don’t try to hit as long as possible, just try to place the ball properly.” My drive goes high up through the sky and lands in the middle of the fairway. What is a given fact and especially at GC Frühling counts, is: you have to bring the ball up in the air – topped hits will stop quickly at the extra thick grass. You should also try and stay straight, because a slice is awkward on almost every hole, like for example at the 2nd hole on Day Course (see sketch). This Par 4 is a risk-and-reward-dogleg, which can be shortcut by a perfectly placed hit across the forest. Those players with higher handicap can break even at that hole with a medium iron or wood club from the tee, then using a short iron around the dogleg and finally finish off with a wedge to the Green.

Half steam ahead
Although the two courses were opened only 4 years ago, you get the feeling to play on a much older course. The considerate care and the thick planting emit peace and positive energy – yes, yes: Feng-Shui, I could have thought of that before the fourth hole of the Night Course. Now I remember the hint of Mezei: “In a difficult situation the best thing to do, is to reduce the effort by half.” The result: I hit the ball so well, that it goes much further than usually and bounces off already mentioned rock. Mezei reads my mind: “The rock was placed here because of Feng-Shui reasons exactly at the area of the element earth. The whole course was designed after this traditionally Chinese doctrine.” The airy club house with nice terrace and fantastic menu invites to rest a little longer. Just Mezei gets reminded from his secretary, that there is a booking for him at 10 pm: “The lady decidedly asked for the last available hour.” Don’t tell me, you are not thinking about spring time feelings…

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Adresse:
Am Golfplatz, 2434 Götzendorf an der Leitha
Telefon:
+43 2234/788 78
Fax:
+43 2234/788 78-22
Email:
office@gcfruehling.at
Webseite:
www.gcfruehling.at
Präsident(in):
DI Gerhard Frühling
Manager(in):
DI Gerhard Frühling, DI Paul Frühling
Sekretariat:
Alexandra Poller, Martina Lajtos, Petra Watzke
Platzname:
NightCourse
Öffentlich:
ja
Loch:
9 Loch
Par:
60
Länge:
3190 m bis 3424 m
CR Gelb:
59,4
CR Rot:
60,0
Slope Gelb:
97
Slope Rot:
97

Platzname:
DayCourse
Öffentlich:
ja
Loch:
18 Loch
Par:
72
Länge:
5353 m bis 5981 m
CR Gelb:
71,9
CR Rot:
74,4
Slope Gelb:
122
Slope Rot:
124

Platzname:
Lakecourse
Öffentlich:
ja
Loch:
9 Loch
Par:
74
Länge:
5402 m bis 5692 m
CR Gelb:
70,8
CR Rot:
75,2
Slope Gelb:
128
Slope Rot:
133

Übungsanlage
 
Beschreibung:

Driving Range, Putting Green, Pitching Area, Chipping Area; Kein Rangefee!

Beheizte Range:
ja

Greenfee:
 
Art:
18-Loch-Fee 9-Loch-Fee
Greenfee:
18-Loch, DayCourse: Mo–Fr € 66,– / Sa, So, Fei € 80,–
Sunset-Greenfee Mo–So, ab 16 Uhr € 40,–
9-Loch, Night Course/Lake-Course: Mo–Fr € 30,–/€ 45,– / Sa, So, Fei € 40,–/€ 55,–
Sunset-Greefee Mo–So, ab 16 Uhr € 20,–/€ 30,–
Nur Rangefee:
frei

Golfschule:
ja
Name:
Golfclub Frühling Golfschule
Email:
office@gcfruehling.at
Internet:
www.gcfruehling.at
Headpro:

Will Roberts, Tel. +43 676/760 35 46
25 Minuten € 35,–

Pro:

PE-Kurs:
€ 129,–, Dauer: 10 Stunden
TE-Kurs:
€ 249,–, Dauer: 13 Stunden
Golfschnuppern:
ja
Datenstand: 2016-05-12

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