Anyone travelling from Andermatt over the Oberalp Pass will soon come to the sleepy village of Tschamut on
the Grisons side. Sedrun Golf Course is clearly visible as you head along the road through the pass. The course, which lies at an altitude of 1500 m, is located close to the source of the Up per Rhine, which gives the course its unique character. Peter Harradine, the renowned golf course architect, has de signed a rich and varied 9hole course here. Every hole has two tees, ensuring that your second round can be just as exciting as the first.
The downhill tees are extremely popular and spectacular, as your ball lies off into oblivion. The only par 3 hole is a prime example of this: we wouldn’t recommend slicing or pushing the ball here, as a small pond is within easy reach. The 7th hole affords fabulous views across the valley and the entire golf course. We urge caution with the spectacular 9th hole as it requires golf ers to teeoff over the Upper Rhine, offering a range of different landing points along the fairway. Only golfers skilled enough to hit a shot, which is as long as it is precise, will be awarded with a chance of a birdie. A safety shot onto the fairway would merely prolong and complicate the approach to the green, which falls gently away to the rear. Work on your «backspin» here so that your nal hole doesn’t ruin your overall score!
Sedrun Golf Course affords the very best in playing enjoyment for skilled golfers of all abilities. And after a game, treat yourself to the exquisite culinary delights served up by Gault Millau chef Erwin Braunhofer in the clubhouse.