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Deals & Discounts
- Cleydael Golf & Country Club (Bel) (18 holes)
- Golf & Country Club Oudenaarde (Bel) (36 holes)
- Golf & Countryclub De Palingbeek (Bel) (18 holes)
- Golf de Rigenée (Bel) (18 holes)
- Golf du Château de la Bawette (Bel) (18 holes)
- Golf Henri-Chapelle (Bel) (45 holes)
- L'Empereur, Golf & Country Club (Bel) (18 holes)
- Millennium Golf (Bel) (27 holes)
- Mont Garni Golf Club (Bel) (18 holes)
- Royal Bercuit Golf Club (Bel) (18 holes)
- Winge Golf & Country Club (Bel) (18 holes)
The Golf de Rigenée, welcomes you in a green and warm setting. Created in the 80s by Caroline and Emmanuel Descampe, Rigenée counts among the oldest courses of Walloon Brabant.
Established in Villers-la-Ville since 1982, it was designed by the famous Belgian architect Paul Rolin on "magic" lands which, except of case of absolute necessity, allows year round golfing summer greens! Very opened and only slightly planted with trees, it is a delicate course, rearranged over the years by Christophe Descampe, son of the founding and current President of the Club.
With its very sporty atmosphere, Rigenée is traditionally among the most brilliant in interclub competitions and welcomes many national competitions. Since 2012, Rigenée is also the first "Plane Truth Performance Center" established in Europe.
18 trous | 6360meters | Par 73 | Architect : Paul Rolin - 1982
The Golf de Rigenée, welcomes you in a green and warm setting.
The course, with its rather wide fairways, is uniformly flat but it never bores thanks to several obstacles located at strategic places. The field evolves constantly to make the course livelier: ponds are dug, bunkers of grass, of sand and fronts-greens increase the difficulty, many bodies of water, flowery bushes and copses nest there, etc. Without forgetting the course’s multiple tees which delight the players of any levels.
Holes are well balanced and impose a pleasant rhythm of game. We shall especially note the technical quality of Par 5, of an honest length, which makes them ”challenging” holes. Rather rare fact: the course ends by a rising Par 3.
Its opened characteristic transforms the course when the wind gets up. And challenge the best links players, which imposes a very complete as well as precise game.
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