Hole 1: Immaculate reception.
Hole 1: Immaculate reception.

Some people claim that this hole is kept in a better condition than the others because it's the first one you see when you start playing. Some people are wrong.

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Hole 2: Industrial romanticism.
Hole 2: Industrial romanticism.

Who'd have thought that, with just a few bits of iron and an old wooden tub, you could create a true-to-scale version of a coking plant? (Thanks to Sascha from Hanover for the photo)

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A small step for a man ...
A small step for a man ...

... but a giant bill for you. We don't say, "Please don't step on the holes" simply because we love the sound of our own voice.

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Hole 1: Immaculate reception.
Hole 1: Immaculate reception.

Some people claim that this hole is kept in a better condition than the others because it's the first one you see when you start playing. Some people are wrong.

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The holes.

 

"All right, I suppose"; "Cheerless"; "Architecture so brutalist that it ought to be thrown in jail" – these are just a few of the many positive comments we've heard about the golf course.

 

However, what the naysayers might not know:

  • The holes are swept regularly

  • Surface water is also removed whenever necessary 

  • We've been told us that the ball rolls really smoothly, "like on a bowling green"

 

Oh, and excuse the capital letters, but:
IF YOU WEIGH MORE THAN A RABBIT DOES, DON'T STAND ON THE HOLES. IF YOU DO, THEY'LL PROBABLY BREAK.

 

Prices.

 

Per person:      € 3.50 for 18 holes

*** We only accept cash (no EC cards or credit cards). ***

 

Opening times (all year round, almost).

Weekdays (except Tuesdays):                      

From 1:00 pm

Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays:

From 11:00 am

Closing times depend on the weather and the light. At the moment, the last round tees off at 3:30 pm.

Course record.

 

The current record holders are Thomas H.VauHa, Andy and Thomas J., who completed the 18 holes in just 26 strokes. Sad, sad men. Not bad, of course not, but definitely beatable. 

 

If the record is beyond your reach (or if breaking records is beneath your dignity), you could always try to equal the best Score of the Day.