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LEAD US INTO TEMPTATION – Fascinating panorama wherever you look and fairways that stay in mind: for example, the ditch straight behind the first tee, or the second Green, which can be attacked with a wedge after a mediocre well played downhill drive – but across a pond and straight behind the Green “out of bounds” lurks.

 

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The sky over Bad Hall
Ever since the existence not a lot had to be changed at the course, because the predictive planers thought of a watering system of the fairways back then and the owners put their money on quality from the start: Only the best sorts of grass (Poa Supina, is round about 30% more expensive than usual sorts) and eight Green keepers are there to take care of the course. One third of the course lies in Bad Hall and the other two in Pfarrkirchen, which Rokoko-church needs to be mentioned, which can be see beautifully from the seventh tee. It is good to have a quick prayer at the fourth hole, when you see the chirch from Bad Hall after the tee off.
Less, because the Green is defended by a sea of bunkers, but more off because the new gothic church with 60 metres high church tower counts to one of the most splendid sacred buildings in upper Austria and reminds a little bit on Scotland. Rather profane is the eighth hole, the “Signature Hole” (304/329 metres) of Bad Hall: After the drive, which shouldn’t be played too far or too short, just straight, you continue up the hill (20 height metres) to the left in a right angle. You have to hit the Green blindly. But who has a look at it from the fifth hole, at least knows the position of the pin.

Until the end of the world
HerzogTassiloNEU5There is a new facet at the second nine holes (despite the ups- and downs at hole 10 and 11): completely flat and from hole 12 to 17 nice ponds with fat carps. The thirteenth hole presents itself in a new way, which was extended to 397/440 metres and changed from a long Par 4 to a tricky dogleg Par 5. Lust and frustration go hand in hand at the sixteenth hole, a second “signature hole”: A 265/283 metres short Par 4 which waits with a small but fine peninsula Green. Here, the second hit has to be perfect across the water hazard in order to not have a swim – in front of or behind. Already a little bit exhausted, you not only find a warm welcome at the club house, but also a well composed menu and nice bottles of wine from the best wine regions of Austria.
On the sunny terrace you can hear loud children’s laughter from the children’s practise area. With strong youth support a lot is done to approach the golfers from tomorrow. But the club has achieved a lot also for seniors and women. “The mixed clientele, the warm welcome and the comfortable get together is a special feature of our club”, Franz Füßlberger is exited. The shareholder and honorary secretary was at the club from the early beginning, lead the construction and knows even today, each grass stalk by name: “The course offers something for everybody, most of all nature and quality because that is where future goes.” Then his gaze moves to the horizon and further, to the end of the world.

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Adresse:
Blankenberger Straße 30, 4540 Bad Hall
Telefon:
+43 7258/54 80
Fax:
+43 7229/298 58
Email:
gcherzogtassilo@golf.at
Webseite:
www.gcherzogtassilo.at
Präsident(in):
Mag. Günter Enzenebner
Manager(in):
Mag. Günter Enzenebner
Sekretariat:
Petra Ullmann
Öffentlich:
ja
Loch:
18 Loch
Par:
71
Länge:
5057 m bis 5700 m
CR Gelb:
70,1
CR Rot:
72,1
Slope Gelb:
126
Slope Rot:
119

Übungsanlage
 
Beheizte Range:
nein

Greenfee:
 
Art:
18-Loch-Fee
Greenfee:
Mo–Do € 65,–
Fr–So, Fei € 75,–
Ermäßigungen:

Diverse Greenfeeabkommen

Nur Rangefee:
€ 10,– inkl. 32 Rangebälle

Golfschule:
ja
Name:
Christoph Bausek Progressive Golf Academy
Telefon:
+43 676/880 767 67
Email:
christoph@bausek.at
Internet:
www.christophbausek.at/
Headpro:

Christoph Bausek, Tel. +43 676/880 767 67

Pro:

Christoph Pfau

PE-Kurs:
auf Anfrage
TE-Kurs:
auf Anfrage
Golfschnuppern:
ja
Datenstand: 2016-05-17

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