Golf in Carithia
Golfing in the Carinthian Nock Mountains means golfing in a wonderful natural setting.
Lush, green and wide fairways and fresh air await you even in high summer.
Golfing in Bad Kleinkirchheim
The 60-hectare 18-hole championship course "Bad Kleinkirchheim" offers just about everything a golfer's heart desires. More than 30 years ago, Don Harradine created this spectacular course in the valley of Bad Kleinkirchheim.
- weekly - free golf group training with head pro Jim Bray
2 for 1 green fee:
in October (from 04.10.) on all golf courses in Carinthia
Buy 1 green fee - the second person plays for free
- Ronacher Special – special Green Fee Offers at the Bad Kleinkirchheim golf course
until 11. Juli: Euro 49.00
from 12. Juli - 5. September Euro 62.00
from 6. - 26. September: Euro 49.00
from 27. September: Euro 43.00
- GOLF UNLIMITED
13.05. - 02.07.2021 & 11.09. - 08.10.2021
Play an unlimited number of day green fees (valid for a maximum of 7 consecutive days) at Bad Kleinkirchheim Golf Course during your stay
With the ''Alpe Adria Golf Card' you can enjoy Golfing on 21 golf courses in Carinthia, Slovenia and Friuli-Venezia Giulia!
3 Green fees: Euro 195.00
4 Green fees: Euro 260.00
5 Green fees: Euro 310.00
"2 for 1" with the Alpe-Adria-Golf Card
from 4th of October until the end of the season: a second person can play for free!
Ronacher Golf Trophy on September 11, 2021
Tip: Try the Ronacher Golf-Carts!
Training facility and Golf school
The Golf School is led by PGA Head Pro Jim Bray. The Pro comes originally from the USA and has been native to Carinthia for 5 years. He is well acquainted with all questions about the white ball and is well received by the golfers due to his competent and open manner.
You want to learn how to play golf or perfect your handicap in individual training? The lessons of Jim Bray, are characteristically individually designed, where the joy of the game is always the focus. All courses, including beginner courses, Golf taster lessons or private lessons, are conducted in person by PGA Head Pro Jim Bray.
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