Mainzer Golf Club
In Budenheim quarry with its high, steep walls, narrow rock ledges and slender glades leading through different biotopes, we created a course of a new type in Germany in a distinctive target-golf design.
No two holes are alike – not even roughly. Each one is framed by highly individual landscape features, offering breathtaking views. The golfing design blends perfectly with the unique character of the site. The distinctively modelled fairways are a joy to look at, and further enhanced by the natural-looking, irregular bunker edges.
If there’s one golf course in Germany that deserves to be called spectacular, it’s the new course in Budenheim.
„One of Europe’s most attractive golf courses"
Udo Ries, Project Developer
"An exemplary mix of leisure activity and nature conservation"
Jan Jahns, Director of Mainz Environment Authority
"I’d like to highly commend the specialist engineering companies Städler Golf Courses and WAT for the way they coordinated a complex project and found joint solutions."
Wolfgang Reichel, Head of the Environment Department of Mainz council
What the press says
A childhood dream . MAINZER GOLFCLUB
The front nine on and in the old stone quarry are the most spectacular and tricky ones, that can be found in German golf.
Allgemeine Zeitung 10/2007
Golf Association relocates to Budenheim
A tour of the former quarry and refuse dump impressively confirms the claim that this is one of Europe’s most attractive golf courses.
The first construction phase of the course is completed, and its integration into the natural surroundings can be described as a success.
Online golf portal 1golf.eu - April 2010
"The first 10 holes are the most spectacular ones I have ever played."