Golfing holiday in Denmark – more than 150 good courses to choose from
You will find a wide selection of golf courses throughout Denmark. You will find courses that are in hilly terrains, amongst subtle hills or by the coast where the wind is not doing you any favours. In Denmark, there are over 150 excellent golf courses, and no matter the course, we have holiday homes close by all of them.
Experiences besides golfing When you rent a holiday home for a golfing vacation, you also give your family or friends who do not play golf many possibilities to enjoy an active vacation. Feriepartner's holiday homes are situated in the popular resort areas and fun experiences are always nearby.
You pay a green fee to get access to play on a golf course. The price is often dependent on the day of the week and time of year – it is usually less expensive to play on weekdays rather than on weekends.
Your local Feriepartner often has a green fee deal with the nearest golf courses and can help with advice.
Seasons for golf
The golf season is long in Denmark – often, you can play all year.
To spare grass and the course, you play on winter greens in the winter months. As a rule, green fees are lower in winter.
Pay & Play
On Pay & Play courses, you can test your golf skills at an affordable price, without being a member of a golf club.
On these courses you can of course rent all the necessary equipment.
Facts about golf
Golf courses: If you have not tried golf before, most golf clubs offer lessons – for all ages and levels
Tournaments: If you want to play with other golf enthusiasts, you can participate in open tournaments. Contact the golf club or your local Feriepartner to get information. See also Golf.dk
Green card: To be allowed to play on 9 or 18-hole courses, you need a golf 'green card'. It shows that you know the general rules and the game. When you have a golf 'green card' you get a golf handicap
Golf handicap: Most golf clubs without Pay & Pay-courses require you have a 'green card' and membership of a club for you to play. Contact the golf club or your local Feriepartner prior to the holiday to find out the rules of the local golf courses