Best golf courses: Copenhagen

Copenhagen: the table below provides brief details about the top golf courses in and around this city. Each golf club has been visited and/or researched by Where2Golf. Click on the course name below to discover more. The course ratings below range from 5 highest, to 2 lowest. They attempt to provide an indication of the golfing experience you might expect at the course (based on its design, condition and surroundings). Hover your cursor above the Rating Key below for the rating definitions.
3-PLUS: Good course - several memorable features; worthy of 3½ stars.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Møller, Michael

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Copenhagen

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Michael Traasdahl Møller
3-star: Good course – an enjoyable test for your game.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Sederholm, Jan

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Copenhagen

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Swedish designer Jan Sederholm.
3-PLUS: Good course - several memorable features; worthy of 3½ stars.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Harris, John

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Copenhagen

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Original design by Commander John Harris, with later modifications by Anders Amillon (some new holes) and Anders Sorensen (redesign of 13th hole).
3-PLUS: Good course - several memorable features; worthy of 3½ stars.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Dreyer & Sederholm

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Copenhagen

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Original 9-hole course designed by Frederick Dreyer (1964). Expanded to 18-holes by Jan Sederholm (1994).
3-PLUS: Good course - several memorable features; worthy of 3½ stars.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Pennink, Frank

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Copenhagen

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English golfer and course designer Frank Pennink
3-star: Good course – an enjoyable test for your game.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Henning-Jensen & Kierkegaard

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Copenhagen

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Rolf Henning-Jensen & Sven Kierkegaard
4-star: Above average course - well worth a visit.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Mackenzie, Tom

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Copenhagen

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Following the club's move to its present site in 1928, the golf course was laid out by an unknown Scottish designer, with later changes made by Frederik Dreyer. More recently major renovations were designed by Tom Mackenzie of Mackenzie & Ebert (2008/09).

4-star: Above average course - well worth a visit.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Kirby, Ron

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Copenhagen

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A Ron Kirby Signature Design
4-star: Above average course - well worth a visit.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Mackenzie, Charles

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Copenhagen

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Charles Atkinson Mackenzie (brother of Alister Mackenzie).

4-PLUS: Must play course - excellent standard; worthy of 4½ stars.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Jones II, Robert Trent

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Copenhagen

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Old and New courses by Robert Trent Jones II (lead designer Bruce Charlton).

5-star: Fabulous – courses don’t get much better than this.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Jones II, Robert Trent

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Copenhagen

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Old and New courses by Robert Trent Jones II (lead designer Bruce Charlton).

4-star: Above average course - well worth a visit.
Visitors welcome
Copenhagen
Hawtree, Martin

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Copenhagen

Designer

Martin Hawtree (Eng) designed the A+B nines (1993) and C-nine (2007).

4-star: Above average course - well worth a visit.
(Closed in 2020)
Copenhagen
Jones II, Robert Trent

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(Closed in 2020)

Nearest city

Copenhagen

Designer

Trent Jones course: designed by the firm of Robert Trent Jones II (2007; lead designer Bruce Charlton).
Old course: designed by Otto Bojesen (1991).

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