Enjoyable golf on the Salzburg Sun Terrace

Enjoyable golf on the Salzburg Sun Terrace


Tee-off on the Salzburgs Sun Terrace.

Have you already heard of Salzburg's golf jewel? No? Then it is high time that you visited our 18-hole golf course where you will be inspired. You play on a sunny plateau and enjoy the stunning atmosphere of our mountain scenery. To play golf here, you don't have to be a professional! Our Golf Academy offers experienced handicap players as well as beginners suitable lessons according to their ability. Beginners are offered various courses in which they learn an easy and relaxed approach to the game. And after the last hole, the club's restaurant invites you to enjoy the excellent culinary delights in a stylish ambience. That's what golf on the Salzburg Sun Terrace is all about.

And if you are in the mood for a different golfing experience: St. Veit and Schwarzach are located in the heart of SalzburgerLand in close proximity to many well-known golf courses such as St. Johann, Bad Gastein, Radstadt, Zell am See-Kaprun, Mittersill-Stuhlfelden, Gut Brandlhof, Schloss Klessheim, Schloss Fuschl, Eugendorf, Urslautal and five further courses in the Salzkammergut region. The golf alpine chip card gives you the possibility to choose between 34 golf-alpine partner clubs in Salzburg, Tyrol and Vorarlberg. Discover the diversity of the various golf courses during your golf holidays in Salzburg and learn more on www.golf-alpin.at.

Golfclub Goldegg

Golfclub Goldegg

Welcome to Goldegg Golfclub. Our 18-hole golf course is located on the Salzburg Sun Terrace just outside Goldegg.


Phone: +43 (0) 6415 / 8585


Golf-Wochen im Golfclub Goldegg

Golf weeks

During golf weeks and weekends, Goldegg Golfclub offers its guests and members the possibility to target the improvement of their handicap. The players can participate in handicap-effective tournaments across consecutive days.

Kinder-Golf-Wochen im Golfclub Goldegg

Kids' Golf Weeks

Twice during the summer holidays, Goldegg Golfclub is devoted to the younger generation. In small groups, children learn all about etiquette, swing and start by participating in putting tournaments. The experienced youngsters have the opportunity to improve their handicap in the daily tournaments.