Formed as Berlin Golf Club by British and American diplomats back in 1895, Golf- und Land-Club Berlin-Wannsee is one of the oldest and most prestigious in continental Europe.
St Dionys Golf Club is a course for the ball-striker and this undulating moorland layout is set on the edge of the glorious Lüneburg Heath.
This is an excellent course that all Donald Harradine connoisseurs will truly enjoy. Terrain dictates rhythm – nowhere is this truer than at Schloss Klingenburg Golf Club...
During the 1937 German Open, Henry Cotton played a round of 63 at Mittelrheinischer Golf Club in Bad Ems, the lowest score ever recorded in Germany up to that point.
The course at Taunus-Weilrod Golf Club is full of exciting shots, scenic views and death-defying challenges that "could not be built today".
Kurt Rossknecht's spectacular Oberallgäu mountain course at the Sonnenalp-Oberallgäu Golf Resort dates from 2004 and it’s situated on the edge of an Alpine valley, complete with 360° views and wild terrain...
You’ll find that a round on the 18-hole course at Schloss Langenstein offers as close to a quintessential British parkland golf experience as you could ever wish for.
There are golf holes to spare at Golf Club Bad Saarow (formerly known as Sporting Club Berlin Scharmützelsee) – 63 in total – but the centrepiece of this golf resort, which is situated in Bad Saarow next to the beautiful Lake Scharmützel, is the Faldo Berlin course.
Things are generally pretty low key at Gut Düneburg and the golf course doesn't shove its features in your face, but there’s a quiet air of quality underlying everything.
At the Club zur Vahr nestles one of Germany’s best courses. Carved through a pine forest, the course is known as Garlstedt and some say it’s even better after its 2004 facelift when all greens, tees and bunkers were renovated by Christoph Staedler.