Kennemer G&CC |

The Kennemer Golf & amp; Country Club is the oldest ‘links’ golf course in the Netherlands. The course is counted among the 100 most beautiful courses in the world. The course lies right behind the sea in a rolling dune landscape and consists of 3 series of 9 holes, namely: the A-holes (the Van Hengel course), the B-holes (the Pennink course) and the C-holes (the Colt course). These are named after former board and honorary member Mr. S.J.H. van Hengel and to the golf architects Frank Pennink and Harry Colt. The course is difficult and requires accuracy.

 

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28-05-2008 Kennemer Golf & Country Club, Zandvoort, The Netherlands. A links course in high dunes and designed by Harry Colt in 1920. Host also The Dutch Open (KLM Open) of the European Tour. Ninth hole and clubhouse.