The Golf club Seefeld-Wildmoos is an interesting and dramatic course built high in the mountains above Seefeld, which is near Innsbruck in Austria. The layout is located 1,300 metres above sea level, which has a tremendous effect on the distance your ball flies - holes also crash and rise dramatically to make the game feel even more adventurous. The 9th, for instance, plunges considerably from tee through green while the 10th then rises back up a serious incline.
Sadly Donald Harradine had great natural scenery here to work with, but the elevation change was a little extreme and he wasn't capable of extracting any really outstanding golf holes out of the site. At the end of the day this is a gorgeous part of the world, and the golf course is best recommended as a fun ski-town course that summer holiday makers can enjoy between ski seasons.