Are there any golfers in your company or among your staff? Although the region of Alsace is less than 200 km long, it has no fewer than 10 golf courses! Most of the clubs are open to players of any level, so that regulars on the greens can enjoy themselves and make headway, while the beginners can get to know a bit about the sport, which is a combination of relaxation and precision. All surrounded by unspoilt countryside!

Golf: the ideal incentive?

Perhaps you’ve already dreamed of doing it? Well, it’s a dream which can come true. Hold your seminar at a golf club and hotel, with fully equipped rooms and coffee breaks included in the package… as well as golf!

Do you know that golf and work have a lot in common? Both require motivation, discipline, a team spirit and goodwill. To play golf, cooperation is a must, but above all, you’ll spend a relaxing afternoon in a friendly atmosphere.

On the other hand, there’s nothing like an afternoon out in the fresh air in the midst of beautiful scenery for getting away from it all completely. Surrounded by vines, at the foot of the Vosges or by the side of a lake, this foray into the countryside will do everyone the world of good. After the hard work comes the reward, in the shape of a drink in the clubhouse to share your impressions!

Discovering the greens in Alsace

If your work day or convention is taking place in the Haut-Rhin region, why not try:

• The Largue Golf Club surrounded by forest (18 holes),
• The Alsace Golf Club in Rouffach: the longest course in the region (18 holes),
• The Ammerschwihr Trois-Epis Golf Club and its idyllic setting on the Alsace Wine Route (18 holes),
• The Bouleaux Golf Club at Wittelsheim, near Mulhouse, where you can recharge your batteries on a course with forests and lakes (18 holes),
• The Rhine Golf Club, the most prestigious of them all, in Chalampé (18 holes),
• The Château de Hombourg Golf Club with a course around a magnificent castle (36 holes).

If you’re on a business trip in the Bas-Rhin region, head towards:

• The Fort Golf Club at Illkirch Graffenstaden, a compact 9 hole course,
• The Soufflenheim Baden-Baden international Golf Club, one of the most beautiful courses in Alsace (27 holes),
• The Wantzenau Golf Club and the wide variety its course has to offer (24 holes),
• The Kempferhof Golf Club at Plobsheim designed by an inspired architect (18 holes).
For an incentive trip out, just like that, or as part of a meeting, golf can be placed fairly and squarely on the programme! So, won over by the idea?