Golf for everyone
Golf has long ceased to be just an exclusive affair for elite circles.
Beginners and those interested can find numerous possibilities in the golf region of Hamburg today to quickly, comfortably and easily get into golf - without club membership or a minimum handicap.
Green fee players
There are many golf clubs in Hamburg and the surrounding area where you can play golf at your leisure after paying a so-called green fee. Guests of club members usually pay a reduced green fee. In order to play at most of facilities, a short course leading to a course permit must also be completed in order to learn basic techniques and rules.
Public golf courses
The Weidenhof Golf Park, the Peiner Hof Golf Park and the Escheburg Golf Club have public golf courses with three or six holes. The golf courses Brunstorf, Gut Apeldör and Hof Loh, for example, offer nine-hole courses for ambitious leisure golfers. For those who like to go even further and dare to play a golf game under professional conditions on an 18-hole course, the Golf Club Brodauer Mühle offers the ideal conditions.
Spontaneous golfing is possible weekdays at the Großensee Golf Club, for example, without having to reserve a starting times. The Gut Bissenmoor Golf & Country Club is also uncomplicated. There is a generally loose dress code. In addition - and this is relatively rare in Hamburg's golf landscape - dogs with a licence to play golf are allowed on the course.
Optimise your tee-off
Beginner courses and driving ranges to optimise the tee-off as well as various other practice modules are part of the standard offer of almost all golf clubs in and around Hamburg. The Golf Lounge in the centre of the Hanseatic City is known for its multi-storey driving range with heated tees and is a popular location for golf events of all kinds. The Golf-Club St. Pauli also stands for exuberant golf parties and a relaxed atmosphere. Golf is on its way to becoming a popular sport. And the most beautiful city in the world offers everything a lively golf scene needs.