The Davos Golf Club, located 1560m above sea level, offers an 18-hole course with a pleasant combination of gameplay, relaxation and pleasure. The course promises sporting enjoyment and charming variety for golfers of all abilities, with extremely variable climatic conditions.
The first 9-hole course was established here in 1927, and the 18-hole course designed by Donald Harradine was opened in 1966. In 2010, the course was generously expanded and revamped by golf course designer Kurt Rossknecht. The rather flat course is 5469 metres long with a par of 68.
Situated on a wide plain and embedded amongst a breathtaking Alpine panorama, the course is bordered by bold Swiss pine trees and Alpine architecture. The compact yet challenging course, set amongst a picture-book landscape, is a delight for both gameplay and practice.
The Davos Golf Club offers a diverse range of golfing experiences with a sporting, relaxed ambience, and combines traditional values with modern sporting spirit.