Fascinated by the beautiful and tranquil location of the Sterz farming estate near Beuerberg, Swiss entrepreneur Urs Zondler took up the challenge of building a very special golf course in 1982, engaging the Scottish architect Donald Harradine.
The extensive 119-hectare grounds allow fairways to be generously separated with natural watercourses and mature trees. The large double green of the 9th and 18th holes is stunningly situated on a plateau before the terrace; Beuerberg’s uninterrupted view over 400 kilometres of Alpine peaks make this course unrivalled in Germany to the present day. Only ten years after opening, Beuerberg received its first award as Germany’s Most Beautiful Golf Course.
Beuerberg was chosen to host the “European Ladies Open” in 1992. The course is currently ranked as No. 54 of the TOP 100 European Courses.
The club is listed in the exclusive circles of “Leading Golf Courses of Germany” and “Finest Golf Clubs of the World”. Google Earth ranks Beuerberg among the 30 most exclusive golf courses in the world. And the course is not the club’s only claim to this top status: Urs Zondler was also a pioneer in the field of club hospitality, introducing a completely new style. He and his wife Isolde have successfully operated the club restaurant for 30 years, with a team of 6 top chefs and outstanding service staff. The wine list, appealingly garnished with witty comments by Zondler, offers choices for all tastes at prices that are unique in the restaurant industry.
The passion of Beuerberg Golf Club’s hosts and their meticulous attention to detail can be felt in every aspect of the club and its course. Their daily presence creates a family atmosphere in which members and guests feel relaxed and at home, free from rigid rules and rituals.