For over 125 years, golf balls have been flying in the Engadin. Here, at over 1,800 metres above sea level, began Switzerland's golfing history. The country's first golf course was built in Samedan at the end of the  19th century. Today, the Engadin Golf Club is one of the biggest in Switzerland. In addition to the golf course in Samedan, there are other five greens for putting within a few kilometres.

Greens in the Upper Engadin

Kulm Golf St. Moritz
The golf course at the Kulm Hotel is one of Europe's highest and enchants with its juxtaposition of unspoiled landscape and high-tech golf infrastructure. The course offers a challenge for any level of golfer thanks to its short distances and hilly terrain. The Kulm Golf Academy offers professional support for every handicap.

Engadin Golf Club, Samedan
This classic golf course is not just the oldest in Switzerland but one of the oldest in mainland Europe as well. The 18-hole championship course (Par 72) with a length of 6,217 metres, generous putting greens, an approach area and 40 partially covered driving ranges, along with outstanding technology such as the Robo-Golf-Pro and TrackMan, leaves nothing to be desired.

Engadin Golf Club, Zuoz – Madulain
The 18-hole course of Zuoz – Madulain was built 20 years ago. Its variety of topography allows for challenging golf strokes from increased tee-offs. Strategic golf holes allow players to choose between safer or more daring routes.

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