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Golf Club Hohen Wieschendorf

Golf Club Hohen Wieschendorf
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The perfectly situated Golf Club Hohen Wieschendorf has a wonderful view of the Baltic Sea

Surrounded by the Baltic Sea on the beautiful Hohen Wieschendorf peninsula, golfers tee up at the 18-hole golf course with a view of the sea. The journey here takes a bit longer, because the Golf Club Hohen Wieschendorf is in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, near Wismar. But those who do take the long drive there are rewarded by a beautiful golf course on the Hohen Wieschendorf peninsula, directly on the Baltic Sea.
The 18-hole course offers wonderful views of the sea and is also open to green-fee players. Numerous small hills and a constant wind turn the golf game into a demanding affair. Players should also have a certain amount of golfing experience. Trolleys can be rented for a small fee. Dogs are not allowed on the course.

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