Golfclub Berlin Prenden
Located less than 1 hour outside of the historic Berlin city, Golfclub Prenden is a beautiful 27-hole golf club north of the capital of Germany.
The 18-hole championship course "Prenden Pines" and the fully-fledged 9-hole course "Hunter's Nine" offer golfers of all levels challenge and restful tranquility.
German top golfing champion Thorsten Gideon, winner of the 1990 World Team Championship with Bernhard Langer, idyllically added the layout to the landscape as architects. With its slightly hilly fairways and wide dune-like sand bunkers and numerous water hazards, the course resembles a Scottish links course.
The Course is one of the most demanding courses in the north of Germany. With a length of more than 6 km and a slope value of 133, the 18-hole golf course has been voted on by the Golf Journal as the fifth most demanding golf course in Germany. With its dune-like bunkers and water hazards, it asks golfers for a tactical game.
The fully-fledged public 9-hole golf course impresses with its high care and course standard (PAR 72) and is ideal for entry into the sport of golf. The course leads along the forest and challenges golfers with two water hazards and a PAR 5 over 500 meters in length.