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Featured PGA Destination: The Netherlands

The KLM Open and More Golf Around


The Dutch golf club in Spijk host of the 2017 KLM Open between September 14th and September 17th. The lineup of 156 players includes two-time winner and defending champion Joost Luiten. Originally called the Dutch Open, the tournament dates back to 1912. It has been played at various venues and witnessed participation from top players including the late Seve Ballesteros, a former World Number 1 and a record title holder of 50 European Tour titles, including three KLM Open honours.

The Dutch golf club
is a private course outside the farming and fishing village of Gorinchem in South Holland. Formerly a rural farmland, the 18-hole championship course has a dramatic landscape of undulations, rolling fairways and extremely fast greens in an inland links style.

If you're interested in what Dutch golf feels like, about three hours from Spijk (and less than an hour from Gorinchem) lie three quality golf courses – Efteling and Toxandria in North Brabant, and Eindhovensche in Eindhoven.

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Golfclub Efteling is located at the edge of the Efteling fantasy-themed amusement park. Its expansive greens are picturesque and challenging, with some holes offering glimpses of theme park attractions and a particularly interesting hole bunkered with what looks like a giant's footprints.

Toxandria is North Brabant's oldest golf course and among the best in the Netherlands. The classic course is mostly flat with few elevated greens, ensuring a fair yet pretty testing game.

Woodland birds abound and the club feels wholesome and relaxed. Eindhovensche is a five star rated golf course on our list, boasting masterfully crafted holes, scenic woodland views and nicely elevated tee-boxes.

You may want to visit Rotterdam, the Netherlands' second-most popular tourism destination after Amsterdam. Forty five minutes from Rotterdam is Utrecht, an under-rated canal city with wharfs, lovely restaurant terraces, one of the Netherlands' largest indoor malls and an old world beauty that beats the more crowded Amsterdam.... more PGA Destinations
 

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