Golfclub Ybrig

The Ybrig Golf Club is considered an insider tip. Not only in respect of the game, but also because of its imposing natural scenery and its soothing effect on the soul. Those who come here are not only looking for the sports challenge, but also want to consciously retreat and shed the daily routine. The idyllic tranquility that this place radiates in the midst of the rugged and beautiful Schwyz mountains is simply a delight.

Designed by well-known golf course architect Peter Harradine, the 18-hole course offers both the amateur golfer as well as the ambitious player a varied and interesting game of golf. The plateau onto which the golf course is set is framed by forested mountains and rocky slopes that provide a spectacular backdrop. The fairways run level, and there are only few steep slopes. Members of all ages appreciate the layout of this attractive golf course.

#holes / Par / Length18 holes / Par 70 / 5'675m
RatingCR 70.5; Slope 134
ArchitectPeter Harradine
SeasonApril - November
Good to know- Visitors are welcome from Monday to Sunday
- Players must be members of a national golf association and present a member card of their home club upon check-in
- A handicap of 54 or better is required
- A typical round of 18 holes should not take more than 4 hrs
- Please ask about course maintenance schedule prior to booking
Highlights/AwardsHost of the Ladies Swiss Open (LET) in 2020
Handicap LimitsCourse authorisation (PR/AP)
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Nearby Attractions- Old town of Lucerne with the Chapel Bridge
- Steamboat ride on Lake Lucerne
- Mt Rigi by cog wheel train or cable car
- Mt Pilatus by cog wheel train or cable car
- Mt Stanserhorn with its open air CabriO cable car
- Mt. Titlis with its revolving cable car
- The Victorinox Swiss Army Knife Museum
- Hike around Lake Lucerne to discover Switzerland's origins