Lenzerheide golf course, which was opened in 1951, is nestled among splendid, quiet nature, surrounded by a fantastic mountain backdrop and a sparse pine and spruce forest. With its many natural obstacles and few bunkers, the 18-hole course (par 69) makes for challenging play. As a special highlight, there is a natural drinking station between the ladies’ tee 7 and the fairway 10. Thirsty golfers can enjoy a mouthful of spring water directly from the source of a small mountain brook. The new, spacious club house, with its classy restaurant, was opened in the summer of 2014. The modern, versatile caddy room and the elegantly equipped cloak rooms complete the golf infrastructure in the club house.