Why Golf in Germany?

An appeal to fear never finds an echo in German hearts.

Otto von Bismarck

Magnificent castles, rolling heathlands, colossal museums, and unmarred beaches are some of the wonders of Germany.  With an impressive 700 golf clubs and over 600,000 golfers in the country, golf is steadily becoming a recognized, popular sport, thanks to Bernhard Langer and Martin Kaymer, professional German golfers who brought home several tournament wins.

The BMW International Open has been the longest-running name of the European Tour. It was in 1989 when BMW first made its way into the golf scene by partaking in the longest golf tournament of its time.

Top 10 German Courses

  1. Hamburger Golf Club Falkenstein – Hamburg
  2. Golf Club Budersand Sylt – Hornum
  3. Golf Club Bad Saarow – Faldo Course – Bad Saarow
  4. The Country Club Johannesburg (Woodmead Course) – Aukland Park
  5. Golf Club Hubbelrath – East Course – Dusseldorf
  6. Winston Golf – WINSTONopen – Gneven-Vorbeck
  7. Föhr Golf Club – Nieblum
  8. Golf Club St. Dionys – St. Dionys
  9. Golf- und Land-Club Köln e.V. – Bergisch Gladbach
  10. Golf Club Gut Larchenhof – Pulheim-Stommeln