A growing powerhouse
Golf in Belgium may not seem like the most obvious choice, for a golf break. However, the country has forged itself an impressive reputation amongst the golfers for its great variety of courses, it is ideal for those looking for something different. There are 4 main golf regions we recommend you visit: Bruges, Brabant Wallon, Brussels and Mons all of which have their own unique styles and feels.
Why play golf in Belgium?
- Some of the oldest courses in Europe
- Landscapes perfectly blended with beautiful golf courses
- Famous breweries & world-class beer
- Medieval towns with many architectural treasures
Popular golf destinations in Belgium
Belgium’s great golfing capital
What makes Brussels so special is not just its superb history and culture but the plethora of incredible golf courses sitting right on its doorstep, just waiting for you to discover them on your next European golf break.
The golf courses of Brussels are some of the best and most exclusive in the whole of Belgium, certainly worth experiencing for yourself. Royal Waterloo Golf Club is one of Belgium’s premium golf establishments, founded in 1923 the club has built itself a stellar reputation for the supreme quality and standard of its 2 courses which gently undulate through scenic and beautiful woodland.
Golf Club d’Hulencourt is another of Brussels best, set in the beautiful rolling fields of the Belgian countryside the course is known for its beautiful surroundings and good well-balanced design.
Royal Bercuit is another course you need to check out if you’re in Brussels. The course is physically very demanding measuring in at 7252-yards, so is a great test to start or end your Brussels golf break.
Why choose Brussels?
Often wrongly overlooked, Brussels is a top-notch location for your next golf break thanks in part to its perfect balance of great golf and great nightlife/culture.
Golfers can expect to find some of the best golf in Brussels and due to its underrated status, golfers will be pleased to know the fairways here are often quiet which only helps with the overall condition and quality of course on offer.
Alongside the excellent golf which can be found here, Brussels also has a lot of other activities and the history, art, culture and architecture are worth seeing when in the city.
We recommend visiting in the summertime to ensure you receive the best conditions possible and due to its important business connections, flights to Brussels are frequent from anywhere in the UK all year-round.
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Most Popular Golf Hotels in Belgium
Traditional chateaus & elegant hotels
Brussels is an extremely popular city with golfers, tourists and business people all visiting the city. Due to this array of visitors, golfers will be pleased to know that there are many accommodation options available at a variety of prices meaning there is something for every golfer on every budget.
Martin's Château du Lac is an excellent 5* hotel that overlooks the beautiful Lake Genval and combines traditional features with modern facilities to provide guests with the utmost comfort throughout their stay. With 121 well-appointed rooms, guests can enjoy all the best modern facilities and amenities, plus, the onsite Genval Les Bains Lounge and the Kingfisher Bar look after all of your dining needs, allowing you to recuperate after your day on the golf course.
Martin's Grand Hotel is another immensely popular hotel near Brussels and serves as an ideal base for your next golf break. The 4* hotel provides guests with 79 stylishly designed rooms which offer free Wi-Fi amongst other amenities to ensure your stay is as hassle-free as possible. The onsite La Sucrerie provides some incredible fresh local cuisine, while Le Club bar serves up icy cold Belgian beer and other refreshments.
Martin's Waterloo is a relatively new hotel yet has built itself a good reputation especially among golfers for providing excellent accommodation at a lower price point. Its trendy interior, central location and 29 beautifully furnished rooms make for the perfect setup on your Belgian golf break.
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So much to see off the course
The cosmopolitan capital of Belgium, Brussels is a city well-known across Europe for its interesting history, inspiring architecture, exciting culture, buzzing nightlife and of course its immaculate golf courses. There is so much to see and do in Brussels alongside the golf so be sure to leave yourself time to visit the city’s best attractions.
The Grand Place is one of Brussels best known historical sites, when entering on foot you are guaranteed to be awestruck. At the very centre lies the beautiful 15th Century City Hall and dotted around it you will be equally impressed by the six guild halls and their striking gothic architecture.
Notre Dame Du Sablon is another of Brussels incredible architectural hubs. A spectacular gothic cathedral not too dissimilar from the famous Notre Dame of Paris it’s a great day out and the history of the building is particularly fascinating.
If you want to immerse yourself fully into Belgian culture then be sure to visit Le Botanique. What was historically the botanical gardens of the city is now one of the main cultural hubs of the city with the famous glasshouse playing host to a range of performing arts, it’s a great place to unwind and relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city.