The Irish architect Tom McAuley made sure to offer players a variety of landscapes, creating large ponds and retaining the most beautiful trees to delight the eye and the difficulty of the game's career 6.266m ( by 73), one of the longest in Belgium, is divided into three loops of 6 holes built around a charismatic clubhouse. The first 6 put you into the woods, where nature reigns supreme. Then you'll be presented with the immensity of the plain where the wind blows reminiscent of Ireland and its celebrated Links. The end of the trail occurs in the company of trees pushing the limits of your game The Club House, a large Anglo-Norman remains, including the spacious lobby is clad in wood limed oak, gives players a warm welcome for the "19th hole". The lounge and restaurant with large windows open onto the course, lend themselves to an atmosphere of conviviality.
18 Holes Par 73
• Players must go to the secretariat and register before playing.
• The player must have a 36 handicap or better.
• The player must present his membership-card of the Fédération Belge de Golf or of his home club.
• The player has to comply with the code of etiquette and rules of golf according to the Royal Golf Club of St. Andrews.
• The player has to respect a strict dress code (neither training suit nor shorts).
• The player has to turn his mobile phone off.