Andermatt Swiss Alps Golf Course
Andermatt’s 18-hole golf course, developed with a focus on environmental aspects, is embedded in spectacular natural beauty. The multiple award-winning course offers an impressive round for enthusiastic recreational golfers and ambitious tourney golfers alike.
The Andermatt Swiss Alps Golf Course is open from the beginning of May to mid-October.
Expected season opening 2022: 7 May
Our tee times are spaced at generous, relaxed 12-minute intervals. Tee times for 9-hole rounds can be booked 24 hours in advance, at the earliest. When demand is high, management can decide to decline bookings for 9-hole rounds.
Reception open Golf course open Greens open Golf car available Driving Range open Pitch & Putt open
The Andermatt Swiss Alps Golf Course is offering the ability to become a member through the partner club GC Andermatt Realp. With a 27-hole membership (18 holes in Andermatt, 9 holes in Realp), you’ll benefit from the ability to play on two very different golf courses, which are just eight kilometres apart, as well as from an attractive club life in Andermatt and Realp. We offer a variety of membership categories, like full memberships, particularly attractive terms for young members, and company memberships.
Andermatt golf region
In addition, a membership includes a free right to play at the nearby Sedrun and Source de Rhone golf clubs (Andermatt golf region).
The Andermatt Swiss Alps Golf Course lies directly on the hiking trail. It can be reached from the Andermatt railway station on foot in 10 minutes. By car, you can get from Zurich and Lugano to Andermatt in about 90 minutes. Parking is available for a fee directly next to The Swiss House. The parking fee is included in the greens fee.
The Andermatt Swiss Alps Golf Course was named Switzerland’s Best Golf Course by World Golf Awards in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2020. In addition, at the Swiss Golf Awards 2018, golfers in Switzerland voted the Andermatt Swiss Alps Golf Course number one in the category “Best 18-hole course in Switzerland”.