Baron of Münchhausen
The golf course, set in beautiful country side and roaming hills offers a few unique elements. Snuggled along the Beber creek and valley it begs the question: Will the players hold or improve their handicaps?
Holes 1-5 are playes on the flatter part of the course along the stream, watch our for the water hazards and sand traps.
Starting at the tee box of hole 6 you enter the wooded hills offering extraordinary views and nature, particularly on hole 7, 9 and 13.
Standing on the tee of hole 14 you have an outstanding view of the Weserbergland and the former lands of the Baron von Münchhausen – and this is not a fairytale…
|Length:||5.241 m||5.951 m|
Lucia von Reden
This course appeals to all golfers, who at the same time wish to have fun and a challenge. The tricky layout with plenty of sand and water hazards suggest a ball retriever might be a good investment. The course lined with old trees winds around the Berber stream and valley. The experienced golfer will no doubt wonder, how the architect was able to accomplish so much in such a samll territory.
A round will demand a good 3 hours.
|Length:||2.761 m||2.813 m|
Practice makes perfect
The large and roomy driving range presents 20 covered tee boxes along with floodlights for evening use. A chipping range and practice green is also available.
Ideal to work on your
- Long game
- Short game
- Bunker shots
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Links to other golf clubs in the vicinity:
Lippischer Golfclub in Blomberg
Golfclub in Polle
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