If bridge and golf are your passion, experience a masterclass with bridge champion Helmut Hausler assisted by bridge hostess and passionate golfer Angelika Vogel who will share their secrets with you!
Over the course of a week in July or August, 47-time bridge champion Helmut Hausler will share his in-depth knowledge of the game with guests to help them hone their skills on the card table in preparation for daily bridge tournaments.
Hausler will be assisted by bridge hostess and passionate golfer Angelika Vogel, who will be on hand to advise guests on their bridge technique, as well as practical and theoretical advice on how to improve their golf.
Outdoors, the Kulm Golf Academy professional David Hurtado will provide golf instruction for both beginners and experienced golfers so that they are able to go out and tackle the challenging par 3, 9-hole Kulm Golf St Moritz golf course, which is set against the spectacular mountain backdrop of the Alps.
Every evening, the state-of-the-art Kulm Spa St Moritz is sure to help redress the mental and physical rigours that the mind and body have endured after a full day of golf and bridge. Rest and relaxation can be sought in the indoor and outdoor pools with their stunning views of Lake St. Moritz and the Engadine Valley, alongside the whirlpool, salt grotto, steam bath and Finnish sauna. A complimentary spa treatment will also ensure every guest is ready for a further dose of mind and body sharpening at the bridge table and on the golf course.
Available for just two weeks between July 27 and August 10, the Kulm Hotel’s 2014 Golf & Bridge package starts from £1,162 per person and includes the following:
· 7 x nights, including sumptuous breakfast buffet & Gourmet Dine Around on half-board basis
· Bridge instruction & tournaments
· Unlimited use of the 9-hole Kulm Golf Course, driving range and tennis courts
· Spa Treatment to the value of CHF80 (approx £53)
· Unlimited access to the state-of-the-art Kulm Spa St Moritz
· Daily Fit & Fun Sports Programme (changes daily)
· Unlimited use of all open mountain railways in the Engadin/St Moritz region & public transport in the valley (bus and Rhaetian Railway)