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  • Kitzbuehel Rasmushof Golf Club

    Golf & Country Club Rasmushof

    Golf At the end of the Streif
  • Tee off in front of an impressive backdrop.

Golf & Country Club Rasmushof

The 9-hole golf course am Rasmushof is located directly in the city ​​center from Kitzbühel, in the finish area of ​​the legendary Streif descent. The fairways are selective, the 9 holes sporty enough to challenge handicap players and also the ideal place for beginners. It starts on the first four fairways in hilly terrain before you can climb the Streif on holes 5 and 6 and then enjoy a breathtaking view over Kitzbühel city centre. 

After your round of golf, enjoy the magnificent Sun terrace and let yourself be pampered by Tyrolean delicacies.


The golf course was opened in 1977 and has always been a home not only for beginners, but also represents a challenge for players of all handicaps.

  • Driving Range
  • chipping green
  • putting green
  • The space

  • The first tee is right next to the finish house. Just like at the start of the downhill run of the legendary Hahnenkamm race, you can see the Wilder Kaiser in the distance. Another similarity to the racetrack is the optimal trajectory of the golf ball. The descent on the Streif begins with a right-left combination. On our No. 1 fairway, the draw (right-left curve) would be the perfect trajectory. Balls flying too far to the right end up on the driving range; Balls that push too hard to the left are at risk from the left-sided OUT.
  • Hole no. 3 is relatively wide, like the steep slope on the Streif. However, the key passages here are the entry and exit of the section. A good line must also be chosen on this fairway on the tee, as the green can only be approached with a well-placed shot. IMPORTANT NOTE: Hole #3 crosses areas of the driving range. Crossing players must make themselves recognizable by ringing the signal bell.

The golf course was designed in 1977 by Dr. Klaus Reisch and his wife Sigrid, opened after 4 years of intensive planning and building. The fairways, which still make good use of the land around the Reisch family's restaurants, were designed by a Viennese architecture firm. Said company was hired to design and construct the golf course, but after initial difficulties, the landowners decided to part with that company and take on the work themselves.

o Sigrid Reisch worked with her children and a handful of employees in the snow-free months in order to be able to open the first 3-hole par 9 course in Austria after more than 3 years of construction. In addition to an in-house spring for watering the fairways, mat tees were used to create a constant gaming experience for guests. However, in 2016, after many years of planning, the tee mats were abandoned and there have always been beautiful grass tees on every hole in order to offer players a higher quality of play. This gives the golfer more flexibility and gives our regular players the option to add variety to their rounds of golf.

  • Service at the golf course

  • A la carte restaurant
    golf carts -E-Trolley
    Golf school

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