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Golf courses in Berlin & Brandenburg

between Baltic Sea and Brandenburger Tor

Golf courses in Berlin & Brandenburg

Experience the golf courses in castle country (Schlösserland) Brandenburg. Driving through the region of Brandenburg you will find the great river landscapes of the Elbe, Havel to the Oder and Spree and you will past more than 3000 lakes and beautiful parklands. 

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Berliner Golf- und Country Club Motzener See e.V.

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Mittenwalde, Berlin & Brandenburg

The Golf & Country Club Motzener See (1992) has a total of three places - a 9-hole short course, an 18-hole course and a 9-hole course. The beautiful new tracks that the renowned golf course designer Kurt Roßknecht has perfectly integrated into the existing tracks, add in the 18 - holes wonderfully. Whichever course you choose,: Challenging golf fun they all offer!

Golf A-ROSA Scharmützelsee - Bad Saarow

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Bad Saarow, Berlin & Brandenburg

The 63-hole Golf Scharmützelsee - Bad Saarow is part of the famous five star A-ROSA Golf Resort south east of Berlin on Lake Scharmützel situated in the beautiful landscape of the "March Sea". Enjoy three 18-hole golf courses, designed by golf legends like Nick Faldo and Arnold Palmer, and a 9-hole public course.

Berliner Golfclub Stolper Heide e.V.

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Hohen Neuendorf OT Stolpe, Berlin & Brandenburg

The Berliner Golf Club Stolper Heide (1997) s located just outside Berlin and offers 36 holes - East Course and West Course - and a 6-hole public course. Both 18-hole golf courses were designed by Bernhard Langer and Kurt Rossknecht and they are characterized by undulating fairways, strategically placed bunkers and water obstacles and well-defended greens.

Golf- und Land-Club Berlin-Wannsee e.V.

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Berlin, Berlin & Brandenburg

The 27-hole Berlin-Wannsee Golf and Country Club in the south-west of Berlin was founded in 1895 and is one of the largest and most renowned golf clubs in Germany. The golf club is situated in the idyllic, old-growth woodlands typical of the Brandenburg countryside.

Golfclub Semlin - GolfResort Semlin

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Semlin, Berlin & Brandenburg

The 27-hole GolfResort Semlin (1993) s situated only a few kilometers from the capital of Berlin. The championship course was designed by Christoph Städler and is suitable for professionals and high handicaps at the same time. It  A variety of tree-boxes and multi-level greens provide a challenge for all levels.

Golfpark Schloss Wilkendorf

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Altlandsberg - Wilkendorf, Berlin & Brandenburg

The 36-hole Golf Park Schloss Wilkendorf (1995) is located east of Berlin in a hilly landscape, which is dominated by pristine nature. In addition to the challenging 18-hole championship Sandy Lyle Course, the Golfpark Schloss Wilkendorf also offers the only 18-hole public golf course in Berlin-Brandenburg, the West Side Course, which is considered to be much easier.

Golf- und Country Club Seddiner See e.V.

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Michendorf, Berlin & Brandenburg

The Golf and Country Club Seddiner See is a popular destination for golfers both in Germany and from abroad. The club offers two of the most pleasant and demanding golf courses in Germany, a practice course and an exclusive Club House.

Golfanlagen Gross Kienitz

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Gross Kienitz, Berlin & Brandenburg

The Golfclub Gross Kienitz (1997) south of Berlin offers an 18-hole championship course, a public 9-hole course and a public 3-hole practice course. The 18-hole championship course (Robert Baker Course) is the jewel of the Golf Club Gross Kienitz. It is characterized by almost seemingly endless vastness with spectacular views of the Brandenburg countryside.

Potsdamer Golf-Club e.V.

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Ketzin OT Tremmen, Berlin & Brandenburg

The 18-hole Potsdamer Golf Club west of the famous town of Potsdam and close to Berlin runs through the grounds of a former orchard of the Havel country. The golf course is characterized by old trees and seemingly endless water hazards. A highlight is the 11th hole, which is among the hardest par 5 holes in Germany.