Located on the bank of Horsens Fjord, Stensballegaard Golf Club comprises of three 9-hole loops – Brakør, Elbæk and Guldbjerg – which opened in 2009 and were laid out by Rick Baril of von Hagge, Smelek and Baril.
Founded in 1898, København (Royal Copenhagen) is the oldest golf club in Scandinavia and since 1899 the layout has been routed across part of the unique Dyrehaven nature reserve.
Skjoldenæsholm measures more than 6,500 metres from the championship tees but strategy as well as length is all-important because there is often more than one way to play each hole.
The Sundberg family, owners of the Royal Golf Club, commissioned Ron Kirby to set out their golf course in 2008.
Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort is no stranger to pro events. In 1995, Thomas Bjorn landed his inaugural professional victory here, winning the Himmerland Open.
You’ll need to catch the ferry to the island of Fano to play Fanø Golf Links. There’s a real hint of Scotland here on this windswept linksland.
Wind plays an important role at Hvide Klit and although the course measures a relatively modest 5,870 metres from the regular tees you’ll need a long iron in your hands for many approach shots.
The Faldo course at Ledreborg Palace is named after its designer, of course, and it opened in 2007, following a decision to convert part of the family estate into a championship golf course.
Opened in the mid 1990s, the pine and heather flanked Trehøje Golfklub was designed by Poul Erik Hingebjerg and it’s already one of Denmark’s best courses.
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.