RACE TO BLACKSEARAMA AT GC ADAMSTAL
One of the most spectacular golf courses in Europe, member of Leading Golf Courses Austria and three times voted the ‘Austrian Golf Course of the Year’ has recently hosted the first RACE TO BLACKSEARAMA tournament supported by BlackSeaRama Golf & Villas.Golfclub Adamstal Franz Wittmann and BlackSeaRama are the first two fellow courses between Austria and Bulgaria.
On July, 12th more than 100 Austrian golfers joined the RACE TO BLACKSEARAMA tournament and teed-off the 18-hole championship course in perfect weather conditions. Highly motivated by the prizes – 5 day golf trips to BlackSeaRama Golf & Villas, all players, grouped in three divisions, demonstrated their excellent golf and etiquette during this exciting Stableford competition.
RACE TO BLACKSEARAMA tournament was challenging as each of the eighteen Adamstal holes showed its own character. The course designer (Jeff Howes) has successfully integrated ditches and terraces, forest glades and rocks into the wonderful landscape.
Golf course president, Mr. Franz Wittmann, said: Playing the Adamstal golf course is a unique and unforgettable experience.
After the round all participants enjoyed the BlackSeaRama wine tasting and barbeque dinner.
We would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to all tournament participant for their ardent game, Golfclub Adamstal for the warm hospitality and Mr. Franz Wittmann for his continued support.
Congratulations to the winners and we look forward to welcoming all of them and all tournament participants as well at BlackSeaRama Golf & Villas.
Golf Club Adamstal is located on the outskirts of Vienna in the Lower Austrian Alps in Ramsau at Hainfeld and is one of the most beautiful golf courses in Austria. The golf club was opened in 1995 as Adamstal 9-hole course. The fascinating fairways follow the idyllic valley of the Wall Erbachs. In 1997 the Canadian architect Jeff Howes redesigned the course and it was expanded to 18 holes. In 2007 ten more tracks were added with a 19th hole that can be played as a betting hole.
For more information visit www.adamstal.at