Golf courses in Lower Saxony

golf in the region of Harz

Golf courses in Lower Saxony

Enjoy the golf courses in Lower Saxony, between the famous river Elbe and the Ems. From the North Sea to the Harz mountains, challenging links courses or hilly parklands. Play golf in regions such as Weserbergland or the Lüneburg Heath.

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Golf-Club Harz


Bad Harzburg, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf Club Harz is located in Bad Harzburg at the foot of the famous Brocken in the Harz. The beautiful golf course is the "second" spa park of the town. Marked by a hilly landscape, the place inspires with its old trees and many interesting and idyllic water hazards. From some tees you can enjoy a wide view of the Harz region.

Golfclub Bad Bevensen


Secklendorf, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub Bad Bevensen is located near the town of Bad Bevensen in the Lüneburg Heath a famous nature reserve in Lower Saxony. The gently undulating fairways run through a beautiful natural terrain and partly through a wooded area. Forest aisles, numerous well-placed bunkers and water hazards ensure a varied and exciting game of golf.

Artland Golfclub e.V.


Ankum, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole golf course of Artland Golfclub is situated in a nature reserve north of Osnabrück surrounded by picturesque woods and extensive fields. Some parts of the challenging golf course resemble english park landscape othes scottish links courses.

Golf Club Gifhorn e.V.


Gifhorn, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf Club Gifhorn (founded in 1982) is located just outside the city of Gifhorn in the Südheide. The challenging golf course in parkland style is characterized by the surrounding landscape of the Lüneburg Heath. Surrounded by a beautiful nature exciting bunkers and strategically placed water hazards challenge the technical skills of the ambitious golfer.

Golf-Klub Braunschweig e.V.


Braunschweig, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf-Klub Braunschweig (founded in 1926) is located on the outskirts of the city of Braunschweig. It is one of the oldest and at the same time smallest 18-hole golf courses in Germany. Nevertheless the beautiful championship course in parkland style satisfies all requirements for a varied and challenging golf course.

Golfclub GUT BRETTBERG Lohne e.V.


Lohne (Oldenburg), Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf Club GUT BRETTBERG Lohne near Vechta, located halfway between Bremen and Osnabrück, is embedded in a gently undulating landscape. The course was designed by renowned architect Christoph Städler. It is characterized by numerous strategically placed bunkers and water hazards. Nevertheless, the course is fair and attractive and varied for players of all levels.

Golfclub Ostfriesland e.V.


Wiesmoor-Hinrichsfehn, Lower Saxony

The 27-hole Golfclub Ostfriesland is located between Wilhelmshaven and Emden about 30 km from the North Sea. The parkland style golf course is challenging and fair at the same time. 

Golfclub Schaumburg e.V.


Obernkirchen, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub Schaumburg (1980) is located close the traditional mountain town of Oberkirchen, whose distinctive silhouette accompanies many fairways. The golf course is beautifully surrounded by forests and meadows. The first part of the golf course offers great panoramic views to Porta Westfalica or far out into the North German Plain. On the second part the fairways run through old forests ...

Golfclub Syke e.V.


Syke-Okel, Lower Saxony

The 27-hole Golfclub Syke is located just outside of Bremen. The golf course was designed by renowned golf course architect David Krause and is one of the finest golf courses in the region. Generous fairways were skillfully placed into the structure of the terrain. Numerous water hazards were added which makes an demanding golf course.

Golfclub Thülsfelder Talsperre e.V.


Molbergen OT-Resthausen, Lower Saxony

The 27-hole Golf Club Thülsfelder Talsperre (1991) is set in the recreational area of Thülsfelder Talsperre near the town of Cloppenburg. The 18-hole championship course was designed by renowned golf architect Städler. The course runs through a slightly hilly landscape. It is characterized by numerous hardwoods and a variety of habitats, which add to the beauty.

Golfclub Varus e.V.


Ostercappeln-Venne, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub Varus north of Osnabrück is located in a scenic and picturesque location, away from street noise. Old trees, natural water hazards, thick rough and manicured greens between streams and ponds make this course attractive and technically challenging. Because of ideal soil conditions the course is playable all year round.

Golfclub Vechta-Welpe e.V.


Vechta, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf Club Vechta-Welpe is located just outside of Vechta and it looks like it has been there forever. The very attractive and challenging golf course, situated in 110 hectares of forest, captivates through its natural beauty. The course offers everything a golfer could wish for: 18 very different golf holes in the breathtaking surroundings of old trees, scattered with mounds, bumps, ponds and bunkers.

Golfclub Wolfsburg / Boldecker Land e.V.


Bokensdorf, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub Wolfsburg Boldecker Land located northwest of the city of Wolfburg offers an exciting and varied championship course surrounded by beautiful nature. The flat golf course is scenically characterized by meadows, forest and water, forest, hedges and ponds.

Golfpark Soltau


Soltau-Tetendorf, Lower Saxony

The 27-hole Golfpark Soltau is located in the famous region of Lüneburger Heath between Hamburg and Hannover. The 18-hole championship course runs through a typical heath landscape. In addition you will find numerous water hazards, strategically placed bunkers, small greens, high roughs and old trees.

Green Eagle Golf Courses


Winsen (Luhe), Lower Saxony

The 36-hole Green Eagle Golf Courses (1997) in Winsen close to Hamburg is one of the most challenging golf facilities in Germany. Since 2017 the Porsche European Open takes place at this venue. Enjoy the championship golf on PORSCHE North Course and the South Course.

Osnabrücker Golf Club e.V.


Bissendorf, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Osnabrück Golf Club is located just a few minutes' drive from the center of Osnabrück, yet is completely secluded in the midst of an idyllic natural scenery in Bissendorf in Osnabrücker Land. The fairways of this beautiful parkland style golf course run through a hilly landscape with old stocks of trees.

Achimer Golfclub e.V.


Achim, Lower Saxony

The 27-hole Achimer Golf Club is just minutes away from Bremen embedded in a scenic location. The challenging 18-hole championship course is harmoniously integrated into this landscape. Ditches, ponds, bunkers, individual groups of trees and woodland fit nicely together.

Golf Gleidingen


Laatzen/Gleidingen, Lower Saxony

The 27-hole Golf Club Gleidingen located between Hanover and Hildesheim offers a 27-hole championship course with an island green and stadium greens after USPGA standards. The golf course was designed by the well known German-Canadian architect David Krause in a links style with artificial hills, lakes landscapes and island greens.

Golfanlage Schloss Lüdersburg


Lüdersburg, Lower Saxony

The 36-hole golf facility Schloss Lüdersburg on the edge of the Luneburg Heath near the beautiful town of Luneburg offers two 18-hole courses with different character. The parkland style "Old Course" offers narrow fairways, ondulated greens and other challenges in a very idyllic surrounding. The "Lakes Course" resembles a links course.

Golfclub Sieben-Berge Rheden e.V.


Rheden, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub Sieben-Berge Rheden is located at the foot of the so called mountains, Sieben Berge, in the midst of the gentle hilly landscape of the Leinebergland. It is one of the oldest golf courses in North Germany. The first nine holes lead through the former park of Rheden Castle and are characterized by old trees.

Küsten-Golfclub "Hohe Klint" Cuxhaven e.V.


Cuxhaven, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole coastal golf club 'Hohe Klint "Cuxhaven (1978) is located close to the North Sea in the Elbe-Weser triangle. The challenging championship course is characterized by mature trees, march, moor, heath, high roughs and well-placed ponds. The fairways are generous and the wind is a typical game companion.

Burgdorfer Golfclub e.V.


Ehlershausen, Lower Saxony

The 18 hole championship course of Burgdorfer Golfclub is located halfway to the beautiful town of Celle and the town of Burgdorf close to Hannover. The course is embedded in mixed woodland. It runs through mostly level terrain which is sheltered against the wind by trees. The course is interesting and challenging for both the experienced golfer and the beginner.

Golf & Country Club Am Hockenberg


Seevetal, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf & Country Club Am Hockenberg (1991) is located just 25 minutes away from Hamburg in the scenic countryside of Seevetals. Rolling hills and long valleys accompany the game on this 6,061-meter course. The golf course offers challenge to all handicaps. 

Golf Club an der Göhrde e.V.


Zernien, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf Club on the Göhrde is located near Dannenberg east of Hamburg, near the river Elbe. The club offers as a special feature 72 different teeboxes, so that in a sense you can play two courses - the White Course & Blue Course. The interesting fairways run through a slightly hilly terrain and along biotopes, sometimes surrounded by dense coniferous forest.

Golf Club Buchholz-Nordheide e.V.


Buchholz, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf Club Buchholz-Nordheide (founded 1982) is located south of Hamburg on the edge of the Nordheide. The challenging golf course in parkland style runs through a charming heath and woodland landscape. Carefully designed bunker and water hazards require a strategic golf game.

Golf Club Tietlingen e.V.


Bad Fallingbostel, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf Club Tietlingen is located in the southern part of the Lüneburg Heath near Walsrode. It is one of the most beautiful golf courses in the region, surrounded by tall trees. The slightly hilly course with typical moorland offers naturally designed small hills and a series of water hazards.

Golf Club Wildeshauser Geest e.V.


Wildeshausen, Lower Saxony

The 9-hole Golf Club Wildeshauser Geest is located close to the town of Wildeshausen. The golf course lies embedded in typical moorland. The fairways are surrounded by dense trees and the greens are strategicly protected by bunkers. The course offers variety and chances for all levels. Due to its dry soil it can be played throughout the year.

Golf-Club Buxtehude


Buxtehude, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf Club Buxtehude is located southwest of Hamburg in a typical north German landscape at Daensener butter mountain. A sporty and challenging course in beautiful nature. The course is resting amidst ancient tree population and the remains of a former fruit cultivation. Golf in Buxtehude is sport in harmony with nature.

Golf-Club Verden e.V.


Verden-Walle, Lower Saxony

The 27-hole course of the Golf-Club Verden e.V. (1988) is situated in a gently undulated landscape close to the medieval city of Verden. Many fairways are surrounded by woods. Strategicly placed bunkers and numerous water hazards offer various and interesting golf experiences. 

Golfanlage Adendorf


Adendorf, Lower Saxony

The 27-hole Golf Course Adendorf is located near the city of Lüneburg south of Hamburg. The 18-hole championship course was designed by renowned golf course architect Kurt Rossknecht. It is reminiscent of Spanish golf courses with its striking stone walls and numerous lakes. But despite or perhaps because of these challenges, this place is an unforgettable experience for any player.

Golfclub am Deister e.V.


Bad Münder, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub am Deister is located in the Deister-Süntel valley between the towns of Bad Münder and Springe. The championship course runs through undulating landscape. The hilly terrain and the the slopes, the strong rough as well as the sand and water hazards are challenging for both golf beginners and experienced golfers.

Golfclub am Meer e.V. - Bad Zwischenahn -


Bad Zwischenahn, Lower Saxony

The golf course is nestled in the lush green parkland of Ammerland. Attractively designed habitats and many light bunkers are the characteristics in the framing of nature conservation areas and varied terrain modeled. Since March 2014, the golf course has a modern training center. Equipped with the latest technology from Scope and Foresight. It provides the golfers from across the region an unique and independent of weather training facilities.

Golfclub Euregio Bad Bentheim e.V.


Bad Bentheim, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub Euregio Bad Bentheim e.V. (1987) is nestled in a beautiful, natural landscape with ponds and mixed forest areas. It offers lovely views of the castle of the city of Bentheim. Old and new trees as well as carefully placed bunkers and water hazards provide for sufficient variety and excitement to all players.

Golfclub Hannover e.V.


Garbsen, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub Hannover (founded in 1923) in Garbsen near Hanover is situated amidst a historical tree population of so called Garbsener Switzerland. The varied golf course in parkland style offers a lot of challenges for the members as well as the guests. 

Golfclub Königshof Sittensen e.V.


Sittensen, Lower Saxony

The Golfclub Königshof Sittensen is located between Hamburg and Bremen, in the beautiful and untreated town of Sittense. It was completed in 1997 as an 18-hole golf course. The course is close to nature, with orchards and habitats where the fairways fit perfectly into the flat heathland. Carefully arranged water hazards and bunkers,hollows and hills offer the right challenge to every golfer.

Golf Club Burgwedel e. V.


Burgwedel, Lower Saxony

The 18 hole Golf Club Burgwedel (1992) is located near the city of Hannover on a 90 hectare site in the midst of an ancient cultural landscape. 70,000 bushes and trees were planted for the design of the natural terrain. The undulating course with water hazards offers large hedges and trees and a biotope network. Due to its sandy soil a year around play is possible even under unfavorable weather conditions.

Golf in Hude


Hude, Lower Saxony

The 27-hole golf club Golf in Hude, located between Bremen and Oldenburg in the Oldenburg region, offers an attractive 18-hole championship course, a public 9-hole course and an additional 7-hole pitch and putt course.

Golf Park Steinhuder Meer e.V.


Neustadt - OT Mardorf, Lower Saxony

The 27 holes Golf Park Steinhuder Meer is located in the village of Neustadt am Rübenberge close to the Steinhuder Meer. The golf club offers an 18-hole championship course "Der Mardorfer" and a 9-hole public course "The Orchard" for beginners. The championship course is characterized by well kept fast greens and roughs and by huge and beautiful waste areas.

Golf und Country Club Leinetal Einbeck e.V.


Einbeck-Immensen, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf und Country Club Leinetal Einbeck (founded 1997) is located in Lower Saxony between Einbeck in the north and Immensen in the south. The slightly hilly fairways run through an relatively open terrain. Testing water hazards challenge golfers of all playing levels. The beautiful clubhouse invites you to linger. 

Golfclub Gutshof e.V.


Papenburg, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf Club Gutshof is located in East Friesland near the Ems and close to the famous Meyer Werft in Papenburg. The challenging golf course blends harmoniously into the forest terrain. While the first nine holes are characterized by the forest asking for a precise game, the open second nine holes will please the long hitters.

Golfclub Lilienthal e.V.


Lilienthal, Lower Saxony

The 12-hole Golfclub Lilienthal (founded 1998) is located in a charming cultural landscape just outside of the city of Bremen. The natural golf course is characterized by valuable biotopes with great diversity of species. The Lilienthal Golf Club is Germany's first integrative golf club.

Golfclub Rehburg-Loccum


Rehburg-Loccum, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golf Club Rehburg-Loccum is located in the recreation area Steinhuder Meer, the largest lake in northern Germany, and at the same time in the middle of Lower Saxony, just 50 km from the city center Hannover. The golf course Rehburg-Loccum runs through a slightly hilly terrain with biotopes and great natural beauty. It offers many interesting challenges.

Golfclub Salzgitter / Liebenburg e.V.


Salzgitter, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub Salzgitter / Liebenburg lies at the foot of the Harz Mountains with a unique view from the "Brocken" to Brunswick. The hilly course between the spa town of Salzgitter-Bad and Liebenburg runs through a vast forest landscape. Biotopes, water hazards and sloping fairways make the the course particularly varied.

Golfclub Wilhelmshaven-Friesland e.V.


Schortens/Accum, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub Wilhelmshaven-Friesland is located near Wilhelmshaven, embedded in the austere charm of the Frisian countryside, just minutes by car from the North Sea coast. The family-friendly golf course offers wide fairways. The bunkers are neither deep nor numerous, the greens are big. Wind and water are the real challenges on this well-maintained course.

Hamelner Golfclub e. V. Schloss Schwöbber


Aerzen, Lower Saxony

Die 36-Loch Anlage des Hamelner Golfclub bietet zwei unterschiedliche Plätze, die beide reizvoll sowohl für den ambitionierten Golfer als auch für den Anfänger sind. Anspruchsvolle Bahnen in schöner Landschaft sind hier garantiert.

Golf Club Hardenberg e.V.


Northeim, Lower Saxony

The 36-hole golf course of Golf Resort Hardenberg offers two different and challenging courses. In 2003 the Canadian golf course architect David Krause created the championship course - "Niedersachsen Course" - which is considered as a challenge for golfers of all levels. The elder course - "Göttingen Course" - is designed in parkland style.

Golfclub Hatten e.V.


Hatten, Lower Saxony

The 9-hole Golf Club Hatten is located near the university town of Oldenburg on the edge of the nature reserve "Wildeshauser Geest". Embedded in the typical Geest landscape the place is characterized by fields, meadows and old trees. The wind and treacherous roughs might affect the game.

Golfclub St. Dionys e.V.


Barum - St. Dionys, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub St. Dionys (founded 1972) is located in the heart of the Lüneburger Heide south of Hamburg. For decades the golf course has been known as one of the most beautiful golf courses in Germany. Golfclub St. Dionys offers a challenging course which can be described as a mixture of heath and parkland style golf course.

Golfclub Worpswede e.V.


Vollersode, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfclub Worpswede in the famous artist town Worpswede is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful golf courses in the Bremen region. The parkland style course with natural hazards like ponds, tree stands and shrubs offers a great variety. The character of the fairways alternates between flat and hilly terrain amidst heath and forest.

Golf Club Wümme e.V.


Scheeßel, Lower Saxony The course lies within the typical northern german landscape. The mostly level terrain give the illusion of a fairly easy course. But water hazards and trees ask for precise and well planned strokes.

Golfclub Insel Langeoog e.V.


Langeoog, Lower Saxony

Der Golfplatz liegt in einer wunderbar naturbelassener Dünenlandschaft. Wind, taktisch angelegte Bunker, Wasserhindernisse und die sehr großen, leicht ondulierten Greens sind für alle Handicapklassen eine Herausforderung.

Golfclub Bad Salzdetfurth-Hildesheim e.V.


Bad Salzdetfurth, Lower Saxony Die 18-Loch Meisterschaftsanlage des Golfclub Bad Salzdetfurth-Hildesheim e.V. liegt in der Nähe von Hildesheim und gliedert sich harmonisch in die hügelige Vorharz-Landschaft ein. Der Schwierigkeitsgrad wird durch viele Schräglagen, zahlreiche Grünbunker und Gräben bestimmt.

Golfclub Emstal e.V.


Lingen/Ems, Lower Saxony Die Anlage zeichnet sich durch zahlreiche Wasserhindernisse, alten Baumbestand und einige gut verteidigte Grüns aus. Die Spielbahnen sind einerseits sehr schmal und kurz, andererseits sehr breit und lang.

Golfclub Herzogstadt Celle e.V.


Celle, Lower Saxony

The 18 hole course of Golf Club Herzogstadt Celle (1985) lies on the edge of the beautiful village of Celle with its medieval half-timbered houses in the town center. The natural course offers the amenities of a hideaway with scenic and challenging fairways. You will find slightly hilly fairways, natural water hazards and up to 300-year-old trees.

Golfclub Isernhagen e. V.


Isernhagen, Lower Saxony

The 18 hole Golfclub Isernhagen (1983) is situated on the estate Gut Lohne close to Hannover and is considered one of the most scenic courses in the region. The golf course is surrounded by very old forest trees and the typical Lower Saxony pasture landscape. The fairways lead through partly wooded, partly open areas accompanied by natural dense roughs. 

Golfclub Norderney e.V.


Norderney, Lower Saxony

The 9-hole Golfclub Norderney was founded in 1927 and is one of the oldest golf clubs in Germany. The links course surrounded by unspoiled dunes landscape is dominated by elevated tees, small and therefore difficult greens and the ever-present sea breeze from alternating directions. Enjoy golfing in its original form in a typical coastal scenery and with beautiful ocean views.

Golfclub Weserbergland


Polle, Lower Saxony

Der Golfplatz ist eingebettet in eine der schönsten Regionen des Weserberglandes. Er ist gekennzeichnet durch alten Baumbestand, vielfältige Anpflanzungen und naturbelassene Gewässer.

Golfpark Gut Deinster Mühle


Deinste, Lower Saxony

The 18-hole Golfpark Gut Deinster Mühle is located in an open landscape of Stader Geest in Lower Saxony. Originated by an ecological approach the course offers numerous habitats and water hazards. Woods, streams and ponds have carefully integrated into the game. 

Golfpark Gut Düneburg


Haren (Ems), Lower Saxony

The 18-hole championship course of  Golfpark Gut Düneburg - Golf Club Gut Düneburg is located in Emsland just 20 km from the Dutch border. The golf course is set around the historic water mill. The famous golf course architect David Krause designed the parkland course on agricultural land.

Oldenburgischer Golfclub e.V.


Rastede, Lower Saxony Die 18-Loch Anlage des Oldenburgischen Golfclubs liegt eingebettet in die Parklandschaft des Ammerlandes im Norden von Oldenburg. Der für seinen erstklassigen Pflegezustand bekannte Platz gilt mit seinen eingebetteten Waldbahnen als einer der schönsten und zugleich anspruchsvollsten Golfplätze im Nordwesten und bietet Herausforderungen für Golfer aller Spielstärken.

Rethmar Golf


Sehnde /Rethmar, Lower Saxony

Die 18-Loch Golfanlage Rethmar Golf wurde von der Arnold Palmer Corp. als Golf vom Feinsten konzipiert. Zweimal 9 Spielbahnen mit jeweils eigenem Charakter fügen sich zu einer Einheit zusammen, wie sie in Deutschland kaum ein zweites Mal anzutreffen sein dürfte. Der Platz kombiniert eine Seen- und Dünenlandschaft mit ondulierten Fairways in Perfektion.

St. Lorenz Golf- und Land-Club Schöningen e.V.


Schöningen, Lower Saxony The golf course is embedded in a softly hilly terrain. Situated above the town and close to a convent church it offers from numerous spots wonderful views as far as Saxony-Anhalt and the Harz Mountains.

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