The Golf Club Hardenberg was founded in 1969 already on the agricultural grounds of the ‘Vorwerk Levershausen’, a country estate of the Earl of Hardenberg. In respect to the historically important site, the Göttingen Course built by Wolfgang Siegmann in 1987 was shaped along the characteristics of the land. Which is why the expansive former farmland still is interspersed by old woods and challenges the golfer with its differences in altitude and the sloping topography.
The second golf course at Hardenberg is marked by the par 3 island green in the form of a wild boar’s head – the heraldic animal of the Earls of Hardenberg. Designed by the internationally renowned Canadian architect John Krause, the Niedersachsen Course is a dramaturgically attractive 18-hole championship course with an ample number of naturally given hazards such as a dry-meadow biotope, a canyon, orchards and old stocks of trees.
As for a warm-up, the resort offers more than 80,000 sqm of training grounds encompassing a most well-equipped driving range. After returning from a captivating round, the half-timbered clubhouse from the 18th century welcomes guests to relax having a nice glass of wine or enjoying diverse culinary delights.
- Green fees 18 holes:
Monday – Thursday € 68
Friday - Sunday / holidays € 78
- Pupils and students up to 27:
50 % off regular fees
- Open January - December
- Guests welcome
Reservation required at all times
Trollies, E-buggies and golfcart-rental available