Royal Limburg Golf Club

18 holes
Limburg Kempen

Royal Limburg Golf Club (before Limburg Golf & Country Club) sports a splendid 18-hole course, reminiscent of the most exquisite British Championship Courses, amid the typical natural beauty of the Kempen.

The 6,178-metre course (PAR 72), designed by the renowned golf architect Fred Hawtree with a classic level of difficulty, is playable almost all year round thanks to the sandy soil.

The course borders the Tenhaagdoornheide nature reserve and offers extremely varied holes meandering between heath- and woodland. Intelligent bunkering, beautifully shaped fairways, some delicate putting lines, frequent doglegs and tip-top maintenance make Houthalen one of the coolest golf courses in Flanders.

Before or after a round you can be pampered in the cozy clubhouse with its bar and restaurant. From the terrace you have a great view of holes one and eighteen.

This course is particularly a must in the late summer and autumn, when the heather turns purple. Not for nothing was Royal Limburg Golf Club listed in the 2011 Top 100 best courses in Europe in the prestigious Golf World Magazin.


Practical facilities at the club

  • 18-hole Course (PAR 72) with minimum Hcp 30.4
  • Driving range
  • Putting green, chipping green
  • Trolley rental: free
  • Buggy rental: € 40
  • Dressing rooms
  • Bar-restaurant with terrace
  • Golf shop "The Golfshop"


WeekdaysWeekend and Belgian holidays
Course 18 holes - summer€ 80€ 95
Course 18 holes - winter€ 75€ 85

Discount for juniors and invited guests.

Prices are subject to change. More details:


Royal Limburg Golf Club is located in Houthalen-Helchteren in the Limburg Kempen. The beautiful moorlands are a real hiking and picnicking paradise! Enjoy the peace or lean back and relax on the summer terrace of the Ter Dolen castle brewery. Numerous child-friendly campsites like Molenheide, Hengelhoef and Kelchterhoef guarantee a pleasant family holiday.

Houthalen is also one of eight former coal mining locations. You'll find mining artefacts in the Greenville museum, housed in the old mine headquarters in the shadow of the two pit heads. Discover Houthalen's mining past!

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