After a short rest in Grandma Herta’s halfway house with bacon and schnapps, you can relax and head to the highest point of the Adamstal Golf Club, the green at 730 m. You have a perfect view of the 1342m high Unterberg on the back of which Olympic and World Cup winner Michaela Dorfmeister celebrated her first racing success.
On this fairway it is not so much the length of the tee that is decisive, but the precision of a well-placed tee (be careful of the row of trees on the left). The second stroke, which attacks a blind flag on a large green, should be just as precise. By the way: it is going uphill. Take one more iron so that you can happily reach the highest point of the course.