18-hole Monday – Friday 12.00 a.m. € 60.00
18-hole Tournament-Fee Monday – Friday 12.00 a.m. 40,- €
18-hole Friday from 12:00 a.m., weekends and holidays € 75.00
18 hole Tournament-Fee Friday from 12:00 a.m., weekends and holidays € 50.00
Monday – Friday
Start until 9.00 a.m. 18-hole € 50.00 (does not apply on weekends and holidays)
Age 55+ every Friday 18-hole € 50.00 (if you are older than 55)
9-hole € 35.00
Special Ladies Day
Every Tuesday from 09.00 a.m to12.00 a.m. plays „she“ at the Golf Club
Ruhpolding particularly favorable. Two ladies pay one green fee.
6-series ticket valid on all days 9-hole € 199.00
6-series ticket valid on all days 18-hole € 330.00
10-series ticket valid on all days 9-hole € 310.00
10-series ticket valid on all days of 18-hole € 520.00
All tickets are valid for 1 year from date of issue.
Per day € 5.00
10 card € 45.00
The driving range is open daily from 07.00 a.m. Monday and Thursday from 09.00 a.m.
Golfbag clubs incl. € 30.00
Trolley € 5.00
Cart 30,00 € / 5 – series card 125.00 € / 10 – series card € 230.00 / 20 – series card € 440.00
Please ask for rental-bags and -clubs at the frontdesk.
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Guests of our partner hotels receive various discounts.
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350 Years Mauthäusl
Already 15 before Christ merchant caravans, loaded with salt, came over the Jochberg.
It is presumed that the Roman freedman Fortunatus (180-250 AD) was the first Mautner of the Reichenhall valley, as it is documented by an inscription which was found in Fager (today Karlstein) in a Roman street station.
The Golden Salt Street which also leads over the Jochberg, was built 1346 by emperor Ludwig of Bavaria and was the first paved road. The main advantage was that carts and covered wagons could now also travel on the Golden Salt Street not only pack-horses. A pack-horse could only carry two so called salt discs each of 150 pounds whereas the two-wheeled carts could transport six without problems and the covered wagons even up to twelve salt discs.
The trading over the Golden Salt Street flourished in this way over centuries until the Bavarian elector decided 1597 to build a more comfortable way. This way led from the old Tyrolean Reichstraße via Cleber and via the new way to Weißbach.
Within only two years the new road was built. By means of hammer and chisel it was built along the slopes of Cleber. From now on the waggoners had to take the new way. In the course of this modernisation a road charge of two crowns per horse had to be paid. That was the beginning of Mauthäusl (Maut = road charge). Thus the Mauthäusl was already 1650 an inn and guesthouse for salt drivers and wood waggoners.