In 2015 Golf Club Enghien completed its 9 existing holes to become an 18 holes championship course, designed by renowned architect Bruno Steensels.
The challenging course bears its name from the historical Arenberg park by which it is surrounded. It enjoys views of magnificent two-hundred-year-old trees, combined with pleasant fairway undulations, impressive bunkers and grand water features.
This natural beauty adds to spectacular holes, like the dramatic 18th, where a good hit will carry the ball over a large creek and along a majestic tree, up to a hunting manor transformed into Clubhouse.
Both old - by its surroundings – as well as modern - by its design -, this course is definitely worth a visit. It will warm golf loving hearts, and not only by its length of 6.393m!
18 Holes Par 72
– Driving Range
– Light Practice
– Practice Green
– Putting Green
*Open 7 days a week
Players have to register at the office before starting the game.
Minimum handicap is 36.
Players are in possession of a membership card of the Belgian Golf Federation or their club.
Players apply the rules and etiquette of golf as established by the R&A.
Players wear appropriate clothing (no shorts, T-shirts, tracksuits, worn-out jeans).
Soft spikes are required.
No dogs allowed.