Limburg Golf & Country Club

Welcome to the website of the Limburg Golf & Country Club. The board of directors, the members and the staff of the club look forward to welcoming you to one of the finest golf clubs in Belgium.

Limburg Golf & Country Club was founded in 1966 by a group of golf aficionados, all based in Limburg, who were members of the golf club at Sart-Tilman. The municipal council of Houthalen made available a 65-hectare piece of land, which is partly situated in the Tenhaagdoornheide nature reserve and partly in pine forest. The founding members commissioned the British golf course architect, Fred Hawtree to design the new course and in April 1968 they were able to play their first 9 holes on their own course in Limburg. In 1970 another seven holes were added and two years later the 18-hole course was finally completed.

Today the 850 members of the club can practice their skills on a 6,178-metre long course (par 72), which is moderately difficult. The sandy soil means the course is ideally suited to year-round play. The purple heather, which starts to flower around mid-August, adds to the course’s exceptional beauty. The course is in perfect condition throughout the year thanks to the excellent maintenance and the sandy soil.

In 2011 LGCC was rewarded for its efforts when it was included in GOLF WORLD magazine’s ranking of the 100 best golf courses in Europe. In 2015 LGCC climbed to the 62th place in the TOP 100 ranking.

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