Golf course

« A good golf course should allow every player to set an achievable goal and appeal to both beginners and the best players. » 

The Golf de Luxembourg is located in the municipality of Junglinster, between the natural lung that is the Grünewald forest on one side and the little Luxembourgish Switzerland on the other. At the heart of an old agricultural estate, the Golf de Luxembourg course extends around the magnificent 18th-century “Belenhaff” farm, located on an exceptional site and facing south. It opens onto three landscapes that offer a different panoramic view at each hole:

The place called “auf dem Belenberg” is a plateau surrounded by a majestic forest of oaks and beeches.

Hole 13, at the place called “unter dem Belenbösch”, offers a bucolic landscape surrounded by hedges.

The few holes “in der Heisterbach” are played on a naturally hilly area that golf architect Don Harradine spontaneously named “Golf Land”.

Numerous natural obstacles, three lakes, two wetland areas and a stream accentuate the great variety of the landscape.

This 18-hole course, par 73, with a length of 6219 meters, attracts the most demanding golfers in search of authenticity, change of scenery, and relaxation. Its vast greens with formidable slopes are renowned for their exceptional quality.

Thanks to the layout proposed by Green Concept and the experience of Larry Kreh acquired from eminent American architects, the course requires precision, endurance, and concentration skills while offering an interesting challenge for players of all levels who will appreciate its diversity.

Perfectly maintained playing surfaces, natural obstacles, preserved environment, calm and technical layout make this course one of the most beautiful in the Greater Region.

The fully renovated automatic watering system throughout the course, water withdrawals from its own sources, supported by large reserves in the form of basins and retention ponds (12,000 m3), as well as a clever system for recycling rainwater, as well as wastewater, guarantee rational and autonomous irrigation, even during prolonged dry periods.

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