Flims Golf Club. (1920 - 1948)

The golf club at Flims-Waldhaus joined the Swiss Golf Association in 1920.

The course was rather short playing only over 1.371m for 9 holes. The greens were very small. During a visit at Flims French Golf architect Noskowski found one green that measured only 16m² even though the golfer had to approach it from approximately 140m.


Flims Golf Club. On the course.

Putting out on the Flims coure.


Flims Golf Club, Switzerland. Illustrated Sporting Dramatic News July 1930.

From The Illustrated Sporting & Dramatic News July 26th 1930. Image © Illustrated London News Group. Image created courtesy of THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD.


In 1947 the secretary at Flims-Waldhaus, Canton des Grisons, was Dr Rudolf Frey, the professional was J Olgiati and the green-keeper J Hossli. Course records were; amateur, J Junker 57; professional, D Jardini, 54. The nine-hole course had a SSS of 66. The course was 15 minutes from the station at Flims. Visitors’ fees were 4 francs a day and 15 francs a week.

The course closed down in 1948.

The Google Map below pinpoints the Waldhaus Flims area.