All visiting golfers must contact the clubs individually to arrange a booking during allocated times. It is advised that all bookings be made well in advance to avoid disappointment.
Each club has separate standards for visiting guests. These can be found either on their website or may be requested through the contact information supplied.
We have provided on this site a unique opportunity to get a glimpse of each of these great Clubs. Having whetted your appetite, perhaps you too will want to experience the Oude Negen (Old Nine).
Hilversumsche Golf Club
Noordwijkse Golf Club
Kennemer Golf & Country Club
Koninklijke Haagsche Golf & Country Club
Eindhovensche Golf Club
UGC De Pan
Hilversumsche Golf ClubThe Hilversumsche Golf Club is located on the Soestdijkerstraatweg in Hilversum, where a beautiful beech avenue welcomes you to the beautiful, more than 100 years old forest track. In recent years, the course in the Kievitsdal has been taken care of by courseb architect Kyle Philips, who has retained the original landscape and aspects of former architect Harry S. Colt as much as possible. In 2010 all adjustments were completed and for the 25th time the KLM Open could be held at the renovated Hilversumsche Golf Club. A grand spectacle, where, with the help of many volunteers from inside and outside the club, four days of top golf was made possible.
Noordwijkse Golf Club5 km north of the Noordwijk lighthouse is the course of the Noordwijkse Golfclub. A dune track has been created on about 60 Ha. It is a difficult course to play, where the wind is often a difficult opponent.
Kennemer Golf & Country ClubThe 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.
Rosendaelsche GolfclubThis course is one of the 3 oldest courses in the Netherlands. In 1975 a start was made to expand the course to eighteen holes. The British architect Frank Pennink designed a beautiful course and on 21 May 1977 the new eighteen-hole course was opened. In 1978 it was decided to build a new clubhou
Golfclub BroekpolderThe 1981 Broekpolder golf club is located in the middle of the recreation area of Vlaardingen. The real Dutch polder runway - where the wind can not be forgotten - almost seems to resemble a parkland, because the large variety of trees has grown enormously since then. There are enough water features to make the job pretty tricky and challenging. The course is also known as difficult due to the length of the holes.
Koninklijke Haagsche Golf & Country ClubHighly damaged dune track, which can be considered one of the finest championship courses in the Netherlands. The wavy dune landscape has been maintained during the construction of the course, so that a very natural environment has been maintained. Each hole offers a completely different view and is always a new surprising challenge
Eindhovensche Golf ClubA strategic 'inland left design' by Harry Colt from 1928, situated in a beautiful rolling forest and heath area. The course has a high level of maintenance. The club regularly hosts large tournaments, such as the Dutch Ladies Open in recent years. The Master Plan 2007-2011 keeps the course challenging for the future for the scratch and for the bogey player. The typical Colt character of the course remains the guiding principle. There is a beautiful club house with a large terrace and views over 4 holes and the Galgenven
Golfclub ToxandriaThe North Brabantsche Golf Club Toxandria was founded on July 5, 1928, making it the first in Brabant and Limburg. A 9-hole course was then laid out. After the association acquired the course in 1984, investments became easier. Extra land made it possible (in 1994) to build two new holes. Now it is an 18 hole, Par 72 golf course. The nature of the course is a forest track and the holes 5 and 6 offer the golfer a beautiful view of open Brabant landscape.
UGC De PanDe Pan is considered among the most beautiful courses in the Netherlands and was designed in 1929 by the brilliant architect H. Colt. The fairways stretch over a sloping terrain, in the middle of a majestic forest. The golfer can enjoy peace and peaceful nature here, where deer and foxes feel at home. The frequent moors are often a natural obstacle in the fairways. Several exit points are raised or lowered due to the hilly nature of the course. This beautiful challenging forest track, which was built on sandy soil, is technically very well thought out. Worth mentioning is the 6th hole, where after the first blind tee-shot you have to aim the ball again at a cross high on a tree marked in the hope of ending up on the green!