One of the most attractive and interesting golf layouts in Germany. Fulfilling all the criteria of a top, world class golf design, it is shaped by the guiding philosophy of its architect Jack Nicklaus: "A good shot should not be punished." Consequently, it is challenging and diverse, but always fair - rewarding players who use intelligence and precision rather than strength alone.
Up until now, Gut Lärchenhof remains the only course in Germany designed by Jack Nicklaus.
The degree of difficulty was planned so that the final parts of both the front nine and the back nine feature the most challenging holes, which ensures an exciting finish. Each fairway was individually modelled, all drive zones designed so they are visible from the tee, and the hilly green landscape demands a precise short game.