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