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Golf courses in Nordjylland

The region of special light and more sunshine

Golf courses in Nordjylland

North Jutland, also known as "the peak of Denmark", is surrounded by its coasts. In the west lies the North Sea, in the east the Baltic Sea and in the south the Limfjord. The light shines here in a very special way and here you will get more hours of sunshine than anywhere else Denmark. The landscape is fascinating with endless white and wide sandy beaches, huge dunes and steep coastlines, the landscape and the forest. Fantastic nature experiences, huge hiking dune and a lot of maritime flairs is offered by nature. And in the middle is Aalborg, Denmark's fourth largest city - Golf&Hotel has the best-golfing offers for you, whether you are looking for a hotel on the golf course or golf packages.

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Mariagerfjord Golfklub

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Hadsund, North Denmark

The 18 hole Mariagerfjord Golfklub (2007) was designed by the golf course architect Michael Traasdahl Moller. The Par 71 golf course is located right on the Mariager Fjord between Hadsund and Mariager. The fairways run through a hilly terrain surrounded by fields and woods and offer spectacular views onto the Mariager Fjord.

Blokhus Golfcenter

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Pandrup, North Denmark

The Blokhus Golfcenter is beautifully situated in Northern Jutland at the North Sea in the most popular holiday area of Denmark. At Blokhus Golfcenter you can choose to play golf on one of three different courses: the 18 hole course, a 9 hole Pay and Pay course and a 9 hole par 3 course.

Broenderslev Golfklub

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Brønderslev, North Denmark

Der Broenderslev Golfklub (1974/1985/2001) bietet 27 Löcher und einen 9-Loch Pay & Play Platz. Der ursprüngliche 18-Loch Golfplatz wurde von Erik Schnack konzipiert. Heute besteht der Golfplatz aus drei individuellen 9 Loch-Plätzen mit unterschiedlichem Charakter, die beliebig kombiniert werden können.

Dronninglund Golfklub

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Dronninglund, North Denmark

The 18-hole Dronninglund Golf Club is located in the Jutland ridge in the beautiful scenery at the edge of the tall woods north of Dronninglund Castle and west of Dronninglund City and near Dronninglund Art Center. The course meanders through woods and parkland and is designed to enjoy both flat and hilly terrain with major challenges. 

Løgstør Golfklub

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Løgstør, North Denmark

The 18 hole Løgstør Golf Club (2006) was designed by Henrik J. Jacobsen and is located on the Limfjord in the northern part of Jutland. The facility includes two courses with a total of 27 holes. The fairways run through a slightly hilly terrain along the fjord with numerous beautiful views of the sea. 

Rold Skov Golfclub

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Skørping, North Denmark

The 18 hole golf course of Rold Skov Golfclub (1991) is situated at Rold (Rold Skov) south of Aalborg. The course runs through a hilly and beautiful landscape and offers lots of challenges for the ambitious golfer. Less experienced golfers will enjoy it as well.

Saeby Golfklub

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Saeby, North Denmark

The 18-hole Saeby Golf Club (1989) is located south of Frederikshavn in the northern part of Jutland just 1,5 miles from the Baltic Sea. The well maintained and challenging golf course is of highest standard, with a great location in a variated nature and with slightly terrain differences. In 2010 Sæby Golf Clubs golf course was named Northern Jutlands Best Golf Course.

Struer Golfklub

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Struer, North Denmark

Der 18-Loch Struer Golfklub (1993) in Struer ist ein hochgelegener Golfplatz mit schönen Blicken auf den Limfjord. Die Fairways verlaufen durch ein naturbelassenen Geländes mit Seen, Deichen und Grabhügeln. Clubhaus, Gastronomie, Trainingseinrichtungen und ein 9-Loch Pay & Play Platz stehen zur Verfügung.

Hjørring Golfklub

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Hjørring, North Denmark

The Hjørring Golfklub course is a gem in North Jutland with 36 manicured holes, some in hilly surroundings. It is located on the northern outskirts of Hjorring. The club offers a very good Golf Café and a well-stocked Pro Shop. The clubhouse is located at the center. All the first tees start from this point. 

Hobro Golfklub

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Hobro, North Denmark

The 18 hole Hobro Golfklub (2003) was designed by the renowned architect Michael Traasdal Moller. It is one of the newer golf courses in Denmark. The fairways run through a fairly open and natural surroundings. Bunkers and water hazards add to the challenge. The course follows the strategic principle, to seize the opportunities and to be rewarded.

Hvalpsund Golf Club

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Farsø, North Denmark

The 18 hole Hvalpsund Golf Club is located in a beautiful scenery in Northern Jutland. The course was designed by the famous golf course architect Michael Traasdahl Moller, who has designed many golf courses around the country. Hvalpsund Golf Club has become one of Denmark's most visited golf courses. 

Læsø Seaside Golfklub

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Læsø, North Denmark

Der 18-Loch Læsø Seaside Golfklub (1995) liegt auf der Insel Læsø im Norden Jütlands. Einige Bahnen führen direkt auf das Meer zu. Der schön angelegte und abwechslungsreiche Platz führt durch Heideflächen und bewachsenen Dünen vorbei an Birken- und Kiefernbeständen. Viele Bahnen bieten attraktive Wasserhindernisse, die geschickt platziert wurden.

Par 74
Weiß: 6.577 m
Gelb: 6.053 m
Rot: 5.174 m

Løkken Golfklub

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Løkken, North Denmark

Der 18-Loch Løkken Golfklub im Norden Jütlands bietet einen flachen Platz umgeben von Wäldern. Einige Löcher liegen in einem eher offenen Gelände, andere sind begrenzt von Waldbäumen. Es gibt zahlreiche Wasserhindernisse, die aber nicht überall ins Spiel kommen. Insofern ist der Platz gut geeignet für Golfer aller Spielstärken.

Sebber Kloster Golf Klub

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Nibe, North Denmark

The 18 holes Sebber Kloster Golf Klub was designed by the danish architect Henrik Jacobsen Sebber. The slightly hilly course is located in the north of Jutland and offers great views to the Limfjord. Some fairways are fairly open, others surrounded by trees. Water comes into play on 4 holes.