The fairways at Golf Club d’Hulencourt’s 27-hole complex occupy a largely open, gently undulating site that’s still maturing with age.
Tom Simpson is credited with several Belgian designs and he laid out the original 18-hole course at Royal Golf Club du Hainaut in 1933.
Originally known as Antwerp International Golf & Country Club when it was established in the 1980s, Rinkven Golf Club had an additional nine holes added in 2006 and now boasts two 18-hole courses.
Royal Latem Golf Club is strategically bunked with an occasional pond to focus the mind. The course is routed through avenues of trees, so straight and accurate ball striking is always the order of the day.
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...
We don’t know who designed the course at the Royal Golf Club du Château Royal d’Ardenne but we do know that it was constructed by the royal appointment of King Léopold II...
José María Olazábal lifted the Belgian Open title here at Golf du Bercuit in 1988 and in 2016 the club reached fifty years of age, therefore automatically becoming Royal Bercuit Golf Club.
The 18-hole Championship course at Damme Golf & Country Club is a late 1980s design from Joan Dudok van Heel. Situated just outside Bruges, it’s a very pleasant parkland layout with a mix of woodland and open holes, some of which bring attractive ponds into play.
The American course at Golf Château de la Tournette was created, as the name might suggest, by a US architect, Bill Amick. One of three European designs in the Amick portfolio, the layout was later remodelled by Peter Alliss and subsequently upgraded by Bruno Steensels.
Located on the heights of Huy, the Martin Hawtree-designed golf complex at Naxhelet Golf Club extends to thirty holes: an 18-hole championship-standard course, a 9-hole pitch-and-putt layout and a 3-hole circuit devoted to the club’s golf academy.