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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”.