A winding brook bends its way across the domain around the 17th century castle of Winge. In 1988 a golf course was laid out here, with 18 varied holes perfectly integrated in a landscape of 65 hectares of forest, meadows and ponds. One of Europe’s best golf pros, Pete TOWNSEND, was the enthusiastic architect, and put all his knowledge of the sport into creating this well-balanced course. Beginners as well as the best national and international players will enjoy the variety of swings needed, as well as the pristine and contrasting landscape. The pleasant and cosy club house located in the castle gives you a superb place to relax after playing.
18 Holes Par 72
3 Holes Par 10
* Bar/restaurant: closed on Monday
Players require a handicap of 45 or better.
Players are in possession of a golf federation membership card or one of their own club.
Players must respect the rules of golf and the etiquette of the Royal Golf Club of St. Andrews.
Players must wear appropriate clothing (no tracksuits, no shorts).
Players must turn off their cell phones.
Players are required to wear soft spikes.
No dogs allowed.