Golfclub & Countryclub Liemeer is a relatively young course, which was opened to the public in 2006. Golfclub Liemeer’s 27 holes have all the characteristics of a course in a genuine nature park. Woods and waterways alternate in a Dutch polder landscape. Golfclub Liemeer’s course was designed by Alan Rijks, one of the Netherland’s foremost golf course architects. With Golfclub Liemeer, Mr Rijks has demonstrated once again that golfing pleasure and nature go hand in hand.
Liemeer’s golf course
Situated in a polder with plenty of waterways and lots of wind, Golfclub Liemeer is a typical Dutch golf club. The rolling dunes with marram grass protect you from other holes and players. You will feel as if the golf course has been reserved for you alone.
Hole 12 is pure enjoyment for every golf lover: you can take almost every risk and easily make birdie... or double bogey. By contrast, the green at the challenging 18th hole is surrounded by water traps and bunkers. When the outdoor café is full, you will have the feeling that you are at The Open Championship.
Guided tours for flora and fauna
Golfclub Liemeer has been awarded the “Committed to Green” eco-label, leaving nature to go its “course” in some areas. You can sign up for a guided tour of Golfclub Liemeer, during which you will be made aware of the local flora and fauna.
After a round of golf or a guided tour, you can enjoy a drink or sit down for lunch or dinner in De Heeren van Liemeer, a restaurant right next to Golfclub & Countryclub Liemeer. Located in the province of South Holland, Golfclub Liemeer is only a 40-minute drive from Amsterdam and The Hague.