Hamburger Golf Club - Falkenstein

5-star : simply the best - golf courses don’t get much better than this.
   Hamburger Golf Club - Falkenstein Est. 1906

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Hamburger Golf Club - Falkenstein is home to one of the top-rated and finest championship golf courses in continental Europe. The excellent tree-lined heathland layout contains a wealth of wonderfully crafted, memorable and challenging holes. Definitely a course that will challenge your all-round game, and well worth going out of your way to play.

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Hamburger Golf Club
In de Bargen 59,
nr Blankenese, Hamburg D-22587
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Office   +49 (0)40 812 177
Pro Shop   +49 (0)40 812 177

  +49 (0)40 817 315

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Golf Pro
Stephan Blume, Matthias Boje & Christian Lanfermann (PGA, Golf Professionals).
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About the course

The course: 18 holes. Tree-lined heathland.
Gently undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
Surroundings: Woodland.
Designer: Original design by Harry Colt, Charles Alison and John Morrison (1928); reworked by Bernhard von Limburger (1960s).
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Metres 5838 5759 5078
Par 71 71 71
SSS or Slope 71.6 71.4 73.2
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How2Get There?

4 km NW of Blankenese / 15 km W of Hamburg.

Essential information

Green Fees:
2018 visitor fee, 18-holes when normal greens in use (not winter greens): €90 (weekdays only). [Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc]. Credit cards accepted.
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays; only with a member at weekends.  Must book in advance. Proof of handicap required. Maximum handicap: 36 men & women.
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Other Information
Soft spikes preferred. Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire.

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Did you know?

Hamburger Golf Club - Falkenstein has hosted numerous top level tournaments including several German Open Championships (see our Tournaments section >by Venue >Falkenstein). This is where a 24-year-old Bernhard Langer won his first German Open Championship in 1981, becoming the first German to do so since the founding of the tournament in 1911. Langer went on to win a total of five German Opens, the fourth oldest national open championship in Europe behind the British (1860), French (1906) and Belgian (1910).

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Published Ranking
2016 Golf World rating: 23rd best course in continental Europe.
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Latitude: (53.571746)
Longitude: (9.773444)
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