History

Golf Sempach

4. June 2017

Historical victory

For the eighth time in a row Golf Sempach is the venue of a European Challenge Tour event. Joel Girrbach is the first Swiss player to win the Swiss Challenge. The last Swiss win on the second highest European tour was almost 24 years ago.

June 25-28, 2015

20th anniversary of Golf Sempach

The first swing of a club at Golf Sempach twenty years earlier was celebrated in style.

June 4-7, 2015

6th Swiss Challenge

The 6th edition of the Swiss Challenge in 2015 took place in June for the first time. The European Challenge Tour tournament had previously been held at Golf Sempach in July.

July 15-18, 2010

1st Swiss Challenge

Acquisition and first staging of the Swiss Challenge, a European Challenge Tour event. The most important golf tournament in German-speaking Switzerland.

April 27-29, 2009

2nd Sempachersee Classic

For the second time, an EPD Tour event was held at Golf Sempach. Now known as the Pro Golf Tour, the third highest European tournament series.

August 1-3, 2008

Swiss International Amateur Championship at Golf Sempach.

April 28. - 30., 2008

1st Sempachersee Classic

For the first time, a Pro Golf Tour event, the third highest European tournament series, was held on Golf Sempach. The Austrian Clemens Rader wins the tournament.

February 4, 2008

Leading Golf

Golf Sempach was accepted into the “Leading Golf Courses of Switzerland” quality association.

July 22, 2007

2 x 18 holes

Play was extended to 36 holes.

April 6, 2007

Expansion of the gastronomy

The new restaurant building was opened housing the “le Club” and “Green Garden” restaurants as well as the ballrooms with a capacity of up to 300 people.

March 2007

Renovation of the clubhouse

Opened in 1995, the clubhouse was completely renovated in order to house the Golf Shop, “The Terrace” coffee bar and the guest cloakrooms.

2006

Operations center

The new greenkeeping team’s operations center was built and brought into service.

2006

Extension of the courses

The 18+9-hole facilities planned in 1992 were extended by a further 9 holes. Other fairways were renovated. This gave rise to the par-72 Woodside course, at 6,637 meters the longest championship course in Switzerland, and the par-70 Lakeside course stretching 5,591 meters.

September 21-22, 1996

1st Club championships

The Golf Club Sempach club championships were held on the weekend of September 21-22, 1996. Pierre Schreiber and Denise Stüdi won the very first edition.

September 7, 1996

Opening

The 18+9-hole Golf Sempach facilities planned in 1992 were officially opened. The golden opening ball was delivered by a parachutist and presented to Urs Weber (left) and the 1st Club President, Rolf Ernst (center).

May 25, 1996

1st Sempachersee Open

The first 9-hole Sempachersee Open was held to mark the opening of the 9-hole southern course.

Summer 1995

Start of play

Balls were struck in earnest on the very first fairways.

June 11, 1995

Opening of the clubhouse

The first clubhouse with the Green Garden restaurant was opened.

1994

Start of construction

Construction of Golf Sempach began. At the time 18+9 holes were planned. The club already had 100 members.

June 15, 1992

Land acquired

The contracts ensuring acquisition of the land required for the planned golfing facilities were signed.

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Golf Sempach

CH-6024 Hildisrieden
Tel. +41 41 462 71 71
info@golf-sempach.ch

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Exit autobahn A2 at Sempach and drive in the direction of  Hildisrieden. Follow the signs that say Golf Sempachersee.

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