The beautiful countryside of the Ardennes lends itself perfectly to the creation of golf courses, and Gary Player's project at the Five Nations Golf Club is certainly evidence of this.
The golf course was completed in the early 1990s by the great South African, and in its short existence has been the recipient of much praise, confirming its position in the upper echelons of Belgian golf.
From the championship tees, Five Nations is stretched to 6,612 yards, and is a par-72 whose layout is as challenging as it is beautiful. There are a number of spectacular holes, as well as an amazing 17th century clubhouse, whose lovely terrace is the perfect place to relax after your round.
Five Nations is highly regarded both nationally and internationally, and should certainly be a part of a golf break in the Southern region of Belgium around Marche-En-Famenne.The 13th is the most spectacular at Five Nations - it is a short par-3, but remember to account for the 28 metre elevation change when selecting your club.