Drie Eycken Golf Club

9 holes
Antwerp

Drie Eycken Golf Club is located in Edegem, within a stone’s throw of Antwerp city centre, and offers a lovely 9 hole course in a strictly protected environment called Hazeschrans.

The flat open course (par 36), with a number of technical holes and challenging greens, is extremely playable for both advanced and novice golfers.

The driving range has recently been renewed and extended and includes 20 practice boxes, 10 of which are covered. The latter are also equipped with automatic tees. The practice facilities further consist of a putting and chipping green.

Drie Eycken will receive you before and after your round in an authentic and informal setting. Life is good in the lively clubhouse at the bar, in one of the lounges or on the sunny terrace. Restaurant "Tafel 10" has been known for years for its culinary discoveries and allows you to enjoy fine cuisine with stunning views of the golf course.

Drie Eycken is known for its friendly and family atmosphere and is definitely worth a visit! Along with big brother Cleydael Golf & Country Club, it is one of the biggest clubs in Flanders.

Play

Practical facilities at the club

  • 9-hole course (par 36) with min. hcp 36
  • Recently renovated driving range with 20 tees, of which 10 are covered
  • Putting green, chipping green
  • Trolley rental: € 2
  • Club rental
  • Spacious, well-equipped dressing rooms with clothes lockers
  • Bar with large terrace, restaurant "Tafel 10"
  • Golf shop with a wide range of golf equipment, golf shoes and clothing
  • Seminar room for seminars, receptions and other events
  • Spacious lockers for golf equipment at the caddy house

Greenfee

WeekdaysWeekend and Belgian holidays
Course 9 holes - summer (01/04-31/10)€ 25€ 35
Course 9 holes - winter (01/11-31/03)€ 20€ 30

Discount for juniors, groups and invited players.

Prices are subject to change. More details: http://drieeycken.be/algemene-info/greenfees/.


Visit

Drie Eycken Golf Club at Edegem is located in beautifully landscaped park, Antwerp's "Zuidrand" (southern border). This open space is characterized by stream valleys, castle estates and farmhouses harbouring a rich past. How about a bike ride along the Antwerp Fortification Belt? A perfect mixture of nature and history.

Or would you prefer some bustling city life? Starting from this region you'll be in the centre of Antwerp's "Biscuit City" in a flash. The exciting mix of shopping streets and medieval alleys strewn with trendy bars and gourmet restaurants make this the place to be. The Fashion Museum, the Rubens House, the Cathedral of Our Lady, the MAS (Museum at the River), the Grand Place, the Red Star Line Museum and the castle are just a few highlights you should not miss!

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