Line Mortensen (the architect behind H.C. Andersen) laid out the golf course at Silkeborg Ry Golf Club on the eastern outskirts of Ry town. The club co-hosted the European Tour’s ECCO Tour qualifying event in 2015 with its 27-hole sibling facility at Silkeborg.
Rømø Golf Links was laid out on reclaimed land on the shores of the Wadden Sea by architect Michael Traasdahl Møller and is an authentic links course.
A round at Gilleleje Golf Club starts gently, with three short par fours – measuring between 317 and 349 yards – in the opening five holes.
Set out on the southern shores of Skanderborg Lake, the course at Skanderborg Golf Klub is one of Denmark's most beautiful. It’s a little hilly in parts but the views of the surrounding landscape from the upper-lying holes are simply stunning.
There’s a lot going on during a round at Hornbæk Golf Klub with doglegs, dykes and ditches – not to mention streams, ponds and lakes – coming into play over some hilly terrain so hold onto your golf hat and enjoy the ride!
After an hour’s drive out of the capital, Copenhagen, you cross the bridge to the island of Falster where you’ll eventually find Falster Golfklub, built on land belonging to Skjørring Gods.
The course at Langesø Golf Club is a Spogárd & VanderVaart design, with the architects adding nine holes to an existing 9-hole track when fashioning the new layout. Routed through mature and protected woodland, it offers a spectacular and dramatic golf experience.
Formed in 1964, Korsør Golf Klub has been the home club to thousands of Danish golfers for half a century now.
Møn Golf Club was formed in 1992 and within a couple of years a course was available for play, laid out on wooded, hilly terrain to the east of Stege.
Ærø is one of the Danish Baltic Sea islands, situated on the South Funen Archipelago, and the Ærø Golf Club course is located at the most northerly point on the island, where the coastal fairways are routed around Skjoldnæs Lighthouse.