Formed in 1964, Korsør Golf Klub has been the home club to thousands of Danish golfers for half a century now. As the club has developed down the years, so too have the golf facilities and members now enjoy the choice of playing the 18-hole Old course or the newer 9-hole Høneklint layout.
The golf complex is situated close to the East Bridge of the Great Belt Fixed Link, one of the largest and longest suspension bridges in the world, and golfers are afforded some mightily impressive views of this giant structure from several points on the course.
Fairways have been laid out across what was once a botanical garden, overlooking the beautiful saltwater bay of Korsør Nor, and they weave across a wooded landscape, skirting several natural lakes at the southern end of the property.The par five 5th and par four 14th are two of the more memorable holes on the scorecard, and their fairways dogleg in opposite directions before running parallel towards adjacent greensites by the water’s edge.
An old park course with spectacular views of the ocean and the great belt bridge from several holes. It is a short course but you will not score well if you try to overpower it. Driver should come out on 5 holes in total. You need precise iron shot to relatively small greens.
You will love the challenge of the par 5s 5 and 7 where finesse is better than power - as well as the new layout on the 15th and 16th.
Conditons of fairways vary but greens generally good.
Lovely course to walk and a great terrace for a refreshment afterwards.
I am a fan of a course like this which requires thinking to score well.