Leeuwarder Golfclub De Groene Ster

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Leeuwarder Golfclub De Groene Ster

The Leeuwarder Golfclub De Groene Ster truly is a top-class 18-hole course designed by golf architect Gerard Jol. On the one hand, it strikes a perfect balance in integrating the course with Frisian nature and the lay of the land. On the other hand, it offers a variety of challenges for competitive golfers, such as plenty of water traps. Golfers of all levels are welcome to hit the links at the Leeuwarder Golfclub De Groene Ster.

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The Leeuwarder Golfclub De Groene Ster truly is a top-class 18-hole course designed by golf architect Gerard Jol. On the one hand, it strikes a perfect balance in integrating the course with Frisian nature and the lay of the land. On the other hand, it offers a variety of challenges for competitive golfers, such as plenty of water traps. Golfers of all levels are welcome to hit the links at the Leeuwarder Golfclub De Groene Ster.

The holes of De Groene Ster

Aside from the 18-hole, par-72 course, De Groene Ster offers the ABN-Amro Course, a 5-hole, par-3 practice course whose design is so beautiful that experienced even golfers gladly go for a ‘round’ on it. There is also the partially covered Rabobank Driving Range, a practice bunker, a pitching/chipping green and, of course, a putting green.

The association has been granted ‘A status’ by the Dutch Golf Federation (NGF). At 6,147 meters (6,722 yards) in length with a slope rating of 137, De Groene Ster’s par-72 course counts as one of the most challenging in Holland.

Golfing in Friesland

Both the golf course and the practice facilities have been designed for golfers of all levels. After an intense round of golf in Friesland, head to the clubhouse for a relaxing drink in the bar or a good meal in the ambience of the restaurant. The outdoor café also gives you a stunning view of the 9th and 18th greens.

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