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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.