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Amazing views offers the course of the Golf Sportpark in Gross-Zimmern. It is settled naturally in the foothills of Reinheimer hills on the edge of the Odenwald forest. At an altitude up to 202 m above sea level there is a magnificent panoramic view of the Odenwald and the foothills of the Spessart yields up to the Taunus.
The 18-hole golf course spreads over two levels. The first level is below the clubhouse opened in 2005 and boasts several water hazards. The second level is about 20 meters higher and forms a plateau. The challenging course has a length of 5848 m and is characterized by its extremely short distances.
Our 9-hole course is a public course (par 54, length 2242 m) only with par 3 holes. It is possible to play without handicap and as a non-member for paying a day fee. The course is undulating and offers even the most experienced golfers a great challenge.
The clubhouse and a large terrace with up to 200 seats invites to relax after your round of golf. Let yourself be spoiled with culinary delights made by Luigi & Caroline del Gesso and her team.
The GOLFCLUB WIESENSEE E. V. is idyllically situated in the middle of the Westerwald, in the middle of the conurbations of Frankfurt am Main, Cologne - Bonn and Koblenz. The natural architecture and the old trees make the 18-hole golf course, which is designed as a natural course, a demanding challenge with a great view of the lake.
Highlights are definitely hole 9, with 569 m one of the longest par 5s in Germany, and hole 11, a par 3 with 217 m. Our public 9-hole short course directly on the lakeshore offers ideal training opportunities, even for beginners without a licence. The club is open all year round, is a member of the German Golf Association and hosts many national and international golf tournaments.
On the outskirts of Ahrensburg, the so called "beautiful neighbour” of Hamburg, you will find one of the most traditional golf clubs of Hamburg. The Golf Club Hamburg-Ahrensburg was founded in 1964. The 18-hole golf course, located at the Bredenbeker Teich provides for everyone the opportunity to play golf and socialize in a familiar and informal atmosphere.
Less than two kilometers away from Lake Starnberg you will find the Golf Club Tutzing, one of the most attractive golf courses in the south of Munich. This challenging golf course offers to both, the ambitious golfer and the hobby golfer a varied 18-hole round within a nearly unspoilt landscape with unique views of the nearby Alps.
The club was founded in 1983 and is situated on the grounds of estate Deixlfurt. The intensive and professional care of the golf course leaves nothing to be desired for every visitor.
Golf Course Hamburg An der Pinnau: We have enough space. Not only for golf. Also for practising, enjoying, relaxing, shopping or eating. But the most important thing is still the golf course.
Here you can find all what you desire. Pure Golfing. 18 holes with maintained fairways, old grown trees and in between the river Pinnau with many ponds. All this creates a beautiful parkland style atmosphere and an attractive course to play.
In May 2010 we added another nine holes that were created by the well-known golf course designer David Krause. His wild dune landscape, wide greens and lush fairways.This setting creates a Sylt like atmosphere, this island is just north of Hamburg.
As the home of the BMW International Open the Golfclub Eichenried is world renowned as the only German golf course hosting an international tournament.
Short after the opening in 1989 the first BMW International Open was hosted, since than Eichenried hosted this only German PGA Europe tournament more than 20 times.
At Hameln Golf Club you can experience the fascination of golf: on two courses that are challenging in terms of play, appealing to both the ambitious golfer and the beginner. For those who just want to play a quick round on the short but also 18-hole LvR course because their time budget is limited, as well as for those who would like to spend a nice day of golf on the almost 6 km long BvM course. Two courses - that usually guarantees waiting time-free play, even on tournament days, because one of the courses on the 80-hectare site is almost always free.
Twelve kilometres from Düsseldorf's Kö, the Düsseldorf Golf Club is located on the grounds of the Rommeljans manor. In 1961, the club was founded as Düsseldorf's first golf club. At that time, 14,000 trees were planted. Today, this has developed into a magnificent park with conifers, birches, cherry trees and rowan trees.
The championship course is a typical parkland course with holes beautifully adapted to nature. The varied and challenging fairways demand a tactically clever game. Look forward to natural golfing pleasure and take up a golfing challenge for all handicap classes.
The Presse Golf Club e.V. (PGC) was founded in 1990, more than 25 years ago - as a network across the German media. The PGC has developed into the leading platform for golfing journalists in Germany. The aim of the registered association is to develop contacts between golf clubs and journalists from press agencies, newspapers, magazines, radio, television, online and media professionals. The PGC is a professional association with over 260 members who play tournaments at 73 selected partner clubs in Germany, Austria, Spain (Majorca), Northern Italy and Cyprus or enjoy reduced green fees there. These include such attractive courses as Munich-Eichenried (venue of the BMW Open), Gut Häusern, Berlin Seddiner See, Hösel near Düsseldorf - top courses in Austria such as Ellmau-Wilder Kaiser, Kitzbühel-Schwarzsee, Seefeld, Urslautal and Mieminger Plateau - Golf de Andratx, Son Muntaner, Son Vida on Mallorca and many more.
GORKI Golf Club is the first golf club in the North-West region of Russia with a champion 18-hole course. It operates a Golf Academy and a Club House with a panoramic restaurant. The Club has an inland links 18-hole championship course, which has a par 72 with a total length of 6 505 meters. The season at the Club lasts from May till November.
Friendly, sporty, close to the city - a golf club with special qualities! The Royal Homburger Golf Club has two scenic and playable courses, a lively tradition and space for the golfing community.
The challenging 18-hole New Course makes golfers' hearts beat faster. Located on the Taunus Heights directly on the outskirts of Bad Homburg, the New Course offers pure golfing fun. As the oldest golf course in Germany, the Old Course is the cradle of golf par excellence. Situated in a spacious park in the heart of the spa town, the Old Course combines golf and relaxation.
Playing golf at the Royal Homburg Golf Club is still a pleasure - without pre-planning, without a long journey, without tee times and without waiting. Here, you as a golfer are the centre of attention. Whether you are an ambitious sportsman, a beginner, a recreational golfer, a golf-loving family or a youngster: everyone will find their place at the Royal Homburger Golf Club.