Golfclub Morsum auf Sylt
Golf course architecture
Our team’s renovation of individual greens on the existing course was a great success. That’s what prompted the private club Golfclub Morsum on the island of Sylt to extend its 9-hole course. Our design puts the natural feel of the coastal landscape at centre stage. We preserved the typical heath lands, ditches and pools and melded them with newly-built natural-looking ponds and wet biotopes to create an ecologically valuable and varied habitat. It runs through the entire golf course and lends it attractive backdrops.
They say variety is the spice of life, and that certainly goes for this golf course with its strong contrasts of cultivated greens alongside expanses of untouched meadow, heath and water. We planted indigenous bushes here and there to enhance play as well as to please the eye.
What the press says
What a stroke of view
In the past year golf course architect Christoph Städler extended the 9 hole course, which was founded in 1964 by publisher Axel Springer, to 18 holes. The dreamy island gem in the East has become a golf course tidbits.