Switzerland

It’s true you may hear the cuckoo call in Switzerland, but you’re more likely to hear the ticking of the most famous Swiss export, the precision timepiece. A country of tidiness, neutrality and fantastic scenery, perhaps Switzerland is the best European all-year-round holiday destinations with wonderful winter skiing and invigorating summer alpine walking. Make sure you taste their chocolate too, it’s mouth-watering and you’ll need a bar or two in your bag to energise yourself for some serious golfing.

Switzerland has approximately 50,000 affiliated golf club members attached to some 60 golf courses. It’s not the most obvious European golfing destination but you should make for the Alps and play some dramatic high altitude courses which will flatter your driving distances and make you feel like Tiger Woods for the duration of your stay in this gorgeous country.


Our rankings of the Top 10 Golf Courses of Switzerland were last updated in February 2016. Click the link to read the story.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Switzerland

Domaine Imperial

1st Switzerland Ranking

Pete Dye courses in Europe are very scarce but Domaine Impérial Golf Club is one such rarity and it is one of a select few that were created on the continent by the acclaimed architect in the late 1980s.

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Lausanne

2nd Switzerland Ranking

Lausanne Golf Club's fairways plunge dramatically up and down through the avenues of trees, which occasionally open up to provide thrilling glimpses of the Alps.

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Geneva

3rd Switzerland Ranking

Golf Club de Genève is the premier course in the Geneva region and it was designed by Robert Trent Jones, opening for play in 1972. It is set most beautifully with stunning panoramic views across Lake Geneva.

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Crans-sur-Sierre

4th Switzerland Ranking

Perched at high altitude on a lush mountain plateau in the Alps, Crans-sur-Sierre Golf Club has to be the most spectacularly scenic tournament venue in the world.

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Ascona

5th Switzerland Ranking

Golf Club Patriziale Ascona was founded in the late 1920s as Golf Club Ascona-Locarno and the course is owned and run by the local city fathers.

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Sempachersee (Woodside)

6th Switzerland Ranking

The Woodside course was the first of two 18-hole layouts to be built before the addition of the Lakeside course transformed Sempachersee into the largest golf complex in the country.

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Bad Ragaz

7th Switzerland Ranking

The course at Bad Ragaz Golf Club is situated on the floodplain of the River Rhein so the wooded landscape’s a little flat but the impressive mountain surroundings make this one of the most picturesque places to tee it up...

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Gerre Losone

8th Switzerland Ranking

A number of national competitions have been held here at Gerre Losone since the golf course opened in 2001 and in recent years, it has become home to the Swiss Open on the Ladies European Tour.

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Zurich-Zumikon

9th Switzerland Ranking

One of the top private facilities in the country, Golf & Country Club Zürich at Zumikon attracts discerning golfers in the area the same way as Geneva does in the west of Switzerland.

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Schonenberg

10th Switzerland Ranking

The Harradine design company has undertaken well over 100 golf projects throughout Germany and Switzerland and the 18-hole course at Schönenberg Golf & Country Club is one of them.

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