Furesø is a 27-hole facility, parkland in style, with many small ponds coming into play. The original 18-hole championship course comprises of the Farum and Hestkøbsgård nines.
Falkenstein is an attractive golf course, which is routed in all directions of the compass. The wooded location provides a genteel oasis to play golf, away from the hustle and bustle of Hamburg’s city centre.
The Czech Republic is certainly steeped in history and the spa town of Karlovy Vary is romantic and enchanting. But we think that the classic Karlovy Vary golf course is well worth a visit in its own right.
The Åhus Östra (East) course at Kristianstad Golfklubb is one of Sweden’s elder statesmen and is located at Åhus on a sandy and gently undulating landscape.
Laid out on a plain beneath Mount Kunìtická, a cone-shaped hill topped by a 15th-century castle ruin, the Kuneticka Hora fairways spread out round three large lakes on an imposing 350-acre site.
Lausanne Golf Club's fairways plunge dramatically up and down through the avenues of trees, which occasionally open up to provide thrilling glimpses of the Alps.
Morfontaine remains a monument to Tom Simpson’s original design, although Kyle Phillips has recently made some minor changes to the course.
Golf Club Murhof is set most enchantingly and Bernhard von Limburger designed it in 1963 when few locals were interested in golf.
20 miles to the west of Paris at Guyancourt, surrounding the Chateau of Versailles – once home to Louis X1V – lies Golf National's stadium styled Albatros course.
Noordwijkse is classic links course on undulating linksland with each hole winding its way through the dunes and occasionally, in a Formby-like style, through pine woods.