Founded in 1901, the Wentorf‐Reinbeker Golf‐Club has been providing professional golf in picturesque surroundings for more than one hundred years. As the fourth oldest golf club in Germany the Wentorf‐Reinbeker Golf‐Club can look back on a history that spans more than 100 years. Situated between Bergedorf Wood and Saxon Wood, it offers professional golf conditions and an impressive surroundings with a hedgerow landscape and many mature beeches and oak trees.
The club has a 6,000 metre long 18-hole course, which is open to players with a DGV licence or similar. The minimum handicap is 36. There is also a driving range for practice with four covered tee boxes and 20 uncovered tee boxes, as well as one putting and one pitching green and a practice bunker. It is possible to hire clubs and trolleys by agreement. The dress code (no jeans, no collarless shirts) applies both for the course and the attached club house. Green fee discounts are offered to guests of the partner hotel, the Waldhaus Reinbek.