Our rankings of the Top 20 Golf Courses of Belgium were last updated in January 2016. Click the link to read the story.
Belgium's Royal Zoute Golf Club is situated near Knocke sur Mer on the North Sea coast and has been described by Nick Faldo as a "hidden gem".
Not unlike a British heathland course, the layout at Royal Limburg Golf Club twists and turns through beautiful woodland.
Royal Golf Club de Belgique, or Ravenstein as it is known, is one of the most important courses in Belgium, founded in 1906 and redesigned by the flamboyant Englishman Tom Simpson...
The golf course La Marache at the Royal Waterloo Golf Club is one of Fred Hawtree's finest designs, which his son redeveloped in 2007.
Belgium’s only links course – Royal Ostend – was founded in 1903 and it’s a technically challenging test of golf amongst the coastal dunes.
Royal Antwerp was inaugurated in 1888 and it’s the oldest golf club in Belgium. It’s also one of continental Europe’s masterpieces.
Royal Golf Club des Fagnes was laid out at great expense and it was designed by the flamboyant English architect, Tom Simpson, amongst heather and pine.
The Millennium golf course measures almost 7,000 yards from the back markers and it’s been used by the Belgian PGA to test its professionals a number of times in recent years...
Tom Simpson routed the course at Royal Sart Tilman Golf Club over high ground to the south of Liège and the glorious rolling wooded terrain provides a tricky golfing challenge.
The fairways at Golf Club d’Hulencourt’s 27-hole complex occupy a largely open, gently undulating site that’s still maturing with age.