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Kennemer Golf & CC

  • Creation


  • Architect

    Harry Colt, Frank Pennink

  • Description

    27 Holes / 18 Holes "Van Hengel to Pennink" Par 72 - 6217 m & 18 Holes "Pennink to Colt" Par 72 - 6036 m

The Kennemer Golf & Country Club is the oldest linkscourse in the Netherlands (founded in 1910) and often named amongst the most beautiful courses in the world.

The course is located just behind the sea in undulating dunes and consists of three sets of nine holes, namely the A-holes (Van Hengel course), the B-holes (the Pennink course) and the C-holes (the Colt course). The courses are named after former executive and honorary member Mr. SJH van Hengel and golf architects Frank Pennink and Harry Colt. The various combinations are all pretty tough and require accuracy.