Have you wanted to try golf for a long time? But the posh plants are simply not your thing?
And the constant behind the ball run just as little? Then perhaps the "mountain golf course" in Winningen is the right address.
A few years ago, winemaker Karl Blum had the brilliant idea to transform his vineyard into a golf course. Blum has six holes integrated into a 4200-square-meter steep area, each scoring between 60 and 120. From the teeing grounds, the holes must be played so that the ball falls into a funnel, from where it is returned via an underground tunnel system to the starting point.
The rackets - iron 5 to 9 and wood 3 to 5 - are provided, so that everyone here in a relaxed atmosphere can try his luck. For a "round" golfing, a bucket of 80 balls is available.
In addition to the golf course Karl Blum will now set up a goal wall. And here, too, of course, is played on a slope - with the positive side effect that guaranteed every ball comes back.
Children can also borrow badminton sets for free. There is also a barbecue area.
via B416 / A61 direction Bingen, exit Winningen. In Winningen direction airfield