Golf Club De Kluizen

9 holes
Scheldt Region

Golf Club De Kluizen, located on the outskirts of Aalst, has grown in recent years from a golf school to a full-fledged golf and business centre with 9 holes.

The PAR 31, 1,904-metre course is full of subtlety and will seduce golfers of all handicaps. Water hazards, a dogleg, strategically placed bunkers, ... on this course it's about good shots rather than long shots. Your technique will be put to the test!

The spacious and partially covered driving range and a beautiful pitch-and-putt green are excellent practice facilities where you can master golf or work on your skills.

The modern clubhouse has a beautiful terrace with fantastic views over the grounds. You will enjoy the superb brasserie-restaurant cuisine, where only fresh, seasonal products are used.

Looking for an original location for seminars or meetings? Golf Club De Kluizen will devise a unique customized package, including a golf clinic, inspired by your needs and wishes. Easily accessible from Brussels or Ghent, you'll have the perfect golfing day in Aalst!


Practical facilities at the club

  • 9-hole Course (PAR 31) with minimum Hcp 45
  • Driving range with 30 places on 2 tiers, partly covered and lighted
  • Large putting green and chipping green
  • Trolley rental: free
  • Buggy rental 9 holes: € 15 - 18 holes: € 25
  • Club rental
  • Dressing rooms
  • Modern and elegantly furnished club house with magnificent terrace and brasserie/restaurant
  • Golf shop
  • 2 air-conditioned conference rooms equipped with projector, internet and flip charts for venues of up to 70 people
  • Large parking space for 100 cars


WeekdaysWeekend and Belgian holidays
Course 9 holes€ 25€ 35
Course 18 holes€ 35€ 45

Prices are subject to change. More details:


Golf Club De Kluizen in Aalst is located in green Denderland, which forms part of the Scheldt Region. In the field of folklore, history and tradition, this region has much to offer.

There is the town of Aalst itself, famous for its satirical carnival parades and delicious flans. It is also the hometown of the priest Pieter Daens and of Louis Paul Boon, whose life and work is highlighted in Town Museum 't Gasthuys. The Big Market with its numerous monuments and the Oud Schepenhuis (Old Aldermen's House) with its imposing belfry from 1225 will appeal to many culture lovers!

Further along the beautiful winding banks of the Dender you will find Dendermonde, known for its folkloristic horse, Ros Beiaard, the folklore of the Guild Giants, a rich jazz tradition and medieval monuments such as the Town Hall and the former Meat Hall. Not be missed!

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