Royal Waterloo Golf Club

Royal Waterloo Golf Club

    Just moments from the historical battle site of the same name, Royal Waterloo Golf Club is an idyllic site that plays host to two championship layouts and a nine-hole short course. Founded in 1923, the club is one of Belgium's most prestigious, and if you are serious about your golf, Royal Waterloo should be high on the agenda for your next trip to Belgium.

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    Golf courses at Royal Waterloo Golf Club

    La Marache Course

    La Marache is the club's most established course, and is best viewed in two distinct sections. The more traditional half of the course is carved through the classical forests that dominate the Waterloo area, while the remainder of La Marache is more open. The course is kept in immaculate condition, and in spite of the club's privacy, it is possible to include the 6,076-yard Royal Waterloo gem in your next Belgian golf break.

    Le Lion Course

    Le Lion was completed in 1980, and has done much to ease the traffic on the highly desirable La Marache. Laid out alongside the famous battlefield at Waterloo, Le Lion - 6,796 yards - is by no means an inferior option to the more established layout, having hosted the Laurent Perrier Open on a number of occasions.

    Le Bois-Héro Course

    Royal Waterloo also boasts a tricky nine-hole course called Le Bois-Héro, which is the place to sharpen your skills in preparation for the main event.


    • Driving Range
    • Pro Shop
    • Putting Greens
    • Club House
    • Championship Standard Course