Golf course

Perfectly maintained, graced by a collection of majestic old trees and set against an impressive mountain backdrop. As one of the oldest golf courses in Switzerland, it has been inspiring pros and amateurs alike since 1905.
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Golf course

Striving for perfection

The 18-hole Championship Course has been a member of Leading Golf Courses, a community of quality and values, since 2007. This membership underlines the club’s golf culture and philosophy, both of which are geared towards the goal of perfection. The golf course is also the only one in Switzerland to have been awarded 5* Superior by the German Golf Course Owners Association, and is one of the leading courses in Switzerland.

In 2016, Switzerland and our Golf Club played host to a previously unknown concentration of world-class golfers of the European and PGA Tours. Less than 20 hours after the British Open, 17 of the world’s best golfers teed off at the Golf Club Bad Ragaz in Eastern Switzerland’s Bad Ragaz spa resort.

The high standard of maintenance and the beauty of the course are sure to set many a golfing ace swooning – including not least the pros of the European Senior Tour, who return to the resort every year. Don’t miss the chance to discover Bad Ragaz from its most scenic side. Laid out in 1905, the flat course with a length of 5,707 metres, a slope of 131 and a course rating of 70.2 offers a special challenge for all kinds of player.

Come and be inspired by the wonderful symbiosis of nature and golfing right in the middle of the breathtaking mountain landscape of the Rhine Valley.

 

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Etiquette

We kindly ask you to observe club etiquette and show consideration for other golfers and for the course.

  • Replace all divots
  • Repair pitch marks
  • Rake bunkers carefully
  • Replace rakes in the bunker in the direction of play
  • Do not cross the greens, fringes or tees in a caddy or electric cart
  • Give way to quicker groups (time limit of four hours)
  • Driving range balls are not permitted on the course under any circumstances
  • Correct attire (see dress code)

Caps
Caps must be worn with the peak at the front. All other customary golfing headwear is acceptable.

Golf shirts
Golf shirts must have a collar, which may be upturned, and sleeves. Men’s shirts must be tucked in at all times. Collarless shirts and T-shirts of all kinds are not permitted.

Long trousers
Blue jeans are not permitted; denim trousers in colours other than blue are acceptable.

 

Short trousers
Blue jeans are not permitted; denim trousers in colours other than blue are acceptable.

Shoes
Spikes or soft-spike golf shoes only are permitted on the course.

Ladies
Please note that collarless shirts and tops must have sleeves, while sleeveless shirts and tops must have a collar. The neckline should be modest. Please refrain from wearing backless tops. Trousers, Bermuda shorts and golf skirts are permitted.

Mobile phones
The use of telephones is forbidden on the golf course and in the Golf Restaurant.

Observance
These rules of conduct apply to all golfers, their caddies and their guests. Should anyone not be dressed appropriately, he or she will be refused access to the golfing facilities. These include the Golf Academy, the driving range, all training facilities and the putting greens.

The dress code is monitored and enforced at all times. All employees of the Golf Club Bad Ragaz and the Golf Club Heidiland are authorised to instruct persons not observing the regulations to leave the golf course. It is in our mutual interest that such unpleasant situations are avoided.

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