The Petersberg Golfclub
50 Shades of Green
The Golfclub nestles in the impressive mountain landscape of the hamlet of Monte San Pietro in the Val d’Ega. Mixed woodlands and uncultivated meadows act as a natural boundary and create a thrilling (and relaxing) backdrop for playing on the par 71 course at 1,200 metres above sea level.
Golf in all its facets
As a short afternoon break from everyday routine or as a weekend getaway with friends, for those eager to learn how to play, just try it out or even play in tournaments: the Petersberg Golfclub – the oldest 18-hole course in South Tyrol, by the way - is an exciting course both for beginners and pros. The bar and restaurant at the Club House are the ideal space for those wishing to savour the peaceful atmosphere a little longer in the evenings, accompanied by excellent mountain fare.
The Petersberg Golfclub in detail:
- 18 holes
- 38 hectares
- par 71
- playable April through November
- driving range with 17 tees
- 2 putting greens
- chipping green
- practice bunker
- Club House with bar and restaurant