Aalborg is the second oldest golf club in Denmark with members celebrating its centenary in 2008, but golf was first played on the present site when John Harris laid out a course in 1968.
Designed by Danish architect Line Mortensen, the fairways of the seaside course at Hans Christian Andersen Golf Club (formerly known as Gyldensteen) are set out on sandy soiled terrain near the marina and the beach.
Nordvestjysk Golfklub is set some four kilometres from the sea and the course is routed across a layer of sand that over time has blown in from the coast.
The picturesque Danish town of Vejle lies on the southeast coast of the Jutland peninsula. A few miles outside the town, on the forested southern flank of the Veijle Fjord, sits a modern golf complex consisting of three 9-hole courses.
Helsingør Golf Club was founded in 1927 and is one of Denmark’s oldest courses. It enjoys a wonderful parkland setting and is highly regarded by members and visitors.
Before you cross the bridge between Fuen and Sealand – one of the longest suspension bridges in the world – you drive past Sct. Knuds Golf Club.
Hjarbæk Fjord Golf Club is located on the eastern side of the crescent-shaped fjord from which the club takes its name. With 27 holes, this is a popular facility that comes highly regarded by many Danish golfers.
Architect Henrik Jacobsen set out the 18-hole course at Samsø Golf Club in the north east corner of the island back in 1992 and it measures a modest 6,176 yards from the back tees...
Royal Oak Golf Club is a lovely parkland course, laid out on the shores on Lake Jels in central south Jutland, with some beautiful holes routed along the edge of the water.
Laeso Seaside lies to the north east of the island – where half timbered houses thatched with seawood lie along the coast...