Keerbergen Golf Club was founded in 1968 and is situated on the shores of Lake Keerbergen. For architects Ken Cotton, Frank Pennink and Charles Lawree it was a challenge to squeeze a full 18 holes into the available 32 acres but thanks to their considerable experience and expertise they have created a fantastic course that will provide an intriguing challenge to golfers of all shapes and sizes.
Measuring 5,503 yards from the tips, Keerbergen is not the longest golf course by modern standards but tight, tree lined fairways and a number of sizeable water hazards including Lake Keebergen itself make it a challenging test of golf. Accuracy is the order of the day and thanks to a number of raised greens and the odd greenside bunker it also helps to have a tidy short game.
Practice facilities include a driving range and a short game area that features a practice putting green and chipping and bunker play areas.
Keerbergen’s clubhouse is a fantastic place to enjoy a refreshing drink and a hearty lunch while discussing the day’s golf.