Golf courses in the Engadin valley
Engadin Golf Club
Golfing at 1700 metres above sea level in a breathtaking Alpine panorama and in one of the most beautiful high valleys – golfing on a historic golf course – being a member of Switzerland’s oldest golf club: this is the Engadin Golf Club.
The Engadine Golf Club was founded in 1893, making it one of the oldest golf clubs in Switzerland. With over 1300 members, it is also one of the largest golf clubs in Switzerland and offers its members the unique opportunity to play on two excellent golf courses in the Engadine: the 18-hole championship course in Samedan and the 18-hole championship course in Zuoz-Madulain. The extensive tournament calendar also offers the right thing for every taste to compete with members and guests.
St. Moritz Golf Club
Here, where nature has created a beautiful landscape, you can experience the creative freedom of golf. Game for game. And these are the “holy holes”:
9-hole Par 3 Executive Golf in St. Moritz-Dorf.
Cresta Run since 1885
The run opens approx. 18.12.2020 weather conditions permitting.
The one and only in the world and the ultimate adrenaline kick!
At speeds up to 88 mph (140 km/h) the skeleton slider shoots head first down the icy canal.
During the winter season, training sessions or races are held daily since 1885.
Most important races:
Curzon Cup (Junction), Morgan Cup (Top), Brabazon Trophy (Top), Grand National (Top)
The St. Moritz Tobogganing Club is the oldest winter sports club in the world and celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2010.