Our golf course offers the golfers a 18 holes (par 71) a total lenght of 5.692 m for men and 5.252 for ladies a sportive and sophisticated task.
From the tee this hole looks difficult, but the drive landing zone is very wide. The tee is elevated, however the tee shot must be precisely otherwise the ball will land on the left site in the bushes and will be lost.
This tee is at the beginning hard because there is on the right side a water hazard and on the left a hard rough with a fairway bunker. The green is difficult to play, it is a very small green and has 2 green bunkers to defend itself.
The longest par 3 of the cours. However the big green looks difficult because of the 2 green bunkers.
A short par 4 over a big Biotope which can be difficult for beginners. The second tee off on the green is one of the easiest of the whole course. Only a wedge is necessary.
Difficult play off par 3. Small green, on the right is a deep bunker and on the left is the out barrier which is directly next to the hole.
Nicely play off par 4 from highest top of the course, goes down in a very wide fairway. The second play off needs a good taken middle club, while in front of the green a biotope and 2 bunker are located.
The shortest hole of the course. Good players need a wedge or a 9th club the play down the hill to a relatively flat big green. Here a par is necessary.
Most difficult hole of the course. This par 5 hole becomes main difficult at the second play off over a biotope, through a forest approach path on a small course. The 3rd play off on the green will be harmless.
Second longest par 4 of the course. Though playing sublime position on the fairway, however a perfect hit drive with a middle club is necessary to get on the green. The green is elevated and defended. Depending on the position of the flags the tee off will be harder or easier.
Nicely par 5 which started with a tee off in a deeper fairway. Slice is forbidden while the pond on the right side will be an impact-ball. The second play off can be made in 2 possibilities. Depending on the position of the flags can be chosen the left fairway or the right fairway. The green is has a upstream bunker and a frontal bunker to defend itself. However it is still big enough to play correctly.
A straight par 4 middle long, with a big and proper playable green, must be played par by good golfers.
Difficult par 4, dogleg at the left, which has first a close lying out and a water hazard on the side. The drive has to be long enough to get for the next play off to get into the green. The second play off is for sure not an easy one, while there is a water hazard left and right.
Short par 4 dogleg on the left. When someone dares play the drive over the outline, it will be an easy and short play off into the green which has two frontal bunkers.
The longest par 4 of the course. The drive has to go through a tree approach path and has no deviation. Besides this, the ball has to be good played while in the next play off into the green a fairwaywood is necessary. The green has on the left a pond but is big enough to be played correctly.
The most attractive par 3 of the course. The play off is around 180m downhill, the small green is by 3 bunkers surrounded so is demanded by the best players. The ball have to be played over a biotope in which the ball landed, no suspected punitive impact. So a par will be difficult.
Shortest par5 of the course. Dogleg on the right, thereby through a gut drive the green will be reached in the second play off. Although the green is good defended with on the left side a pond and on the right side are 2 bunkers. So a 3rd playoff is a good advice.
Average long par 3 on a transversely green, which has a frontal water to defend itself. Good players can easily play a par.
Longest hole of the course. With 541m and uphill directly face the club house this hole makes a really final hole. In the afternoon there can be a front wind which makes the second play off a long hitter, so the ball can make it to the green. Be careful because the green has a long frontal bunker to defend itself.
Average par 3, which has on the right side a rough. The green has on both sides a pond to defend itself.