The Golf ClubCourse

The exceptional design and layout of the Neuchâtel Golf & Country Club is guaranteed to impress. It’s one of those courses that becomes increasingly exciting as the game progresses. Each hole has its own character and challenges… Ready to take them on?

18Hole by hole

Discover one of the most exciting courses in Switzerland. Analyse each game situation, make strategic decisions, and master the 18 complex holes spread over 55 hectares, with accuracy and poise.

1st hole

Slight right dogleg. Danger left. Tee off on the right side of the fairway for a short iron on the 2nd shot.

Par 4Hcp 13312m

2nd hole

Sloping from left to right The tee and 2nd shot should be played on the left side of the fairway.

Par 5Hcp 9514m

3rd hole

A short hole where the choice of club makes all the difference. Danger in front of the green.

Par 3Hcp 15128m

4th hole

For this hole with a right dogleg, it’s essential to drive onto the left side of the fairway to make sure you can access the green. Be careful with the 2nd shot – the wind here is strong.

Par 4Hcp 11333m

5th hole

A relatively short hole where accuracy prevails over length. It’s better to drive down the left-hand side of the fairway so you can attack the green in two.

Par 5Hcp 17412m

6th hole

The most difficult hole on the course. Drive down the left of the fairway to give yourself the best angle of attack for the green.

Par 4Hcp 1383m

7th hole

This long par 3 must be attacked from the right to avoid ending up in the large left bunker.

Par 3Hcp 7221m

8th hole

This long hole with a right dogleg demands both length and accuracy. Drive down the left-hand side for the best angle of attack on the green.

Par 4Hcp 5425m

9th hole

This long par 3 is simpler than it looks. Best to attack the green from the right.

Par 3Hcp 3195m

10th hole

The shortest hole on the green, but watch the wind! Your choice of club will depend on it.

Par 3Hcp 18135m

11th hole

This hole requires a fair amount of strategy, between the off-limit area to the left and the sloping ground. Choose your club carefully for the drive. Make sure you drive down the left of the fairway for the best angle of attack on the green.

Par 4Hcp 12320m

12th hole

Enjoy the thrill of your drive for this long, wide hole. The challenge here lies in attacking the green.

Par 5Hcp 10492m

13th hole

Note the position of the flag to choose the best side of the fairway and place your tee.

Par 4Hcp 16308m

14th hole

This long par 3 should be attacked from the left. Be careful with your choice of club – there are bunkers ahead!

Par 3Hcp 8171m

15th hole

This is the Neuchâtel Matterhorn. Play the hole to the left of the fairway but your score will depend on the quality of your approach.

Par 5Hcp 2481m

16th hole

This slight left dogleg slopes from left to right and has a danger to the left. Tee off from the middle of the fairway for the best angle of attack on the green.

Par 4Hcp 6398m

17th hole

Tee off on the left of the fairway for this long par 4 right dogleg so that you can attack the green in two.

Par 4Hcp 4377m

18th hole

This slight left dogleg par 4 means your last drive should aim for the right of the fairway for the best angle of attack. Note that it’s best to go long to attack the green.

Par 4Hcp 14312m