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One of Switzerland’s oldest golf courses has launched a new ‘stay and play’ break to entice British golfers over to the Lake Lucerne resort.

Bürgenstock Alpine Golf is a renowned nine-hole course on a mountain ridge that sits 500 metres above the fourth-largest lake in the country.

Located in the heart of Switzerland, the resort spans over 60 acres, with breathtaking views of the Alps on display throughout.

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The par 33 layout, which measures 2,175 yards, was re-designed in 2016, with a focus placed on maximising its pre-alpine features, and now you have the chance to experience it all.

From £1,327 per person, Bürgenstock Alpine Golf has created a special offer to allow golfers to enjoy this unique golf course.

In terms of on-course luxuries, the package includes one round of golf per person per night, unlimited access to the driving range, and complimentary golf bag storage.

But Bürgenstock Alpine Golf also wants to ensure visitors are treated away from the picturesque setup, to discover the destination and exclusive well-being.

You can enjoy an IceLab session in the Waldhotel Spa and take a trip on the Hammetschwand lift, Europe’s highest suspended elevator.

If the break needed anything else to make it more relaxing, then the Alpine Spa will provide that, with complimentary access available with daily breakfast.

During the stay, it would be rude not to travel in true Swiss style, and in the package is use of the MS Bürgenstock Catamaran and the Bürgenstock Funicular.

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If you’re here for the golf then there is nothing to worry about, as this newly renovated course is a delight on the eyes, while the developments have improved the challenge.

Built in 1928, the course was carved out of rock and granite cliffs, and these signature features have not been diminished in a continued push for sustainability.

To up the ante, tees, fairways, and greens were rebuilt, and you might want to pack a few extra balls unless you can avoid the two new water hazards.

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