Royal Antwerp is home to Belgium’s oldest golf club. That also makes the club the second oldest in continental Europe. It sports an 18-hole course and a nine-hole course.
The two-course, at Royal Antwerp golf club, Tom Simpson Course (18 holes) and the Dormy House Course (9 holes) lie on relatively flat terrain amid the Kapellen woods. An easily walkable course with lots of interesting challenges, such as the strategically placed bunkers and narrow fairways between the trees, it guarantees an attractive round of golf all the year round.
Tom Simpson Course :
18 hole, Par 73. The course was originally laid out by Willie Park Jnr. and redesigned by Tom Simpson in 1930. It’s one of continental Europe’s architectural masterpieces.
Hole 6 – a PAR 4 of 368 m – was voted one of the 500 most beautiful holes in the world by the prestigious Golf Magazine! The course is also a favourite with many international green fee players. In the cosy halfway hut you can enjoy soup or a sandwich after the ninth hole. And when you’ve finished your round you’ll have a great time in the restaurant or the bar with its beautiful terrace under the watchful eye of the King and Queen. Royal Antwerp Golf is a classic!
Dormy House course :
9 hole, Par 34.