Treudelberg offers a golfers paradise with the only 27-hole golfing complex in urban Hamburg with north Germany countryside with rolling hills, biotopes, challenging bunkers and a water hazard the course awaits golfing-mad players of all levels.
This course is not only for members of the Golf Club Treudelberg e.V. available as well dayguests and hotelguests can experience athletic performances.
The existing 18-hole championship course was designed by Donald Steel, the British golf course architect. Built in the hedgerow landscape typical of North Germany 180 acres, the course is a demanding one for beginners and experienced golfers alike, featuring strategically positioned bunkers, water hazards and landscaping features.
The course was impressively extended in 2008/2009 by David Krause, the well-known German-Canadian golf course architect.
Treudelberg is one of the most beautiful and ambitious golf courses in the north of Germany. Here you can expect 27 challenging holes for every golfer, no matter if you are a beginner or a professional. Playing golf at Treudelberg is a Country-Club feeling in a classical sense.
We offer ideal conditions to learn and optimise the game with our driving range and the 3-hole academy course. Additionally as of April 2014 our Golf Academy is managed by "Golf in Balance", with a team of six golf professionals around the former national trainer Mark Mattheis. Golf in Balance offers individual, single and group courses as well as a fully equipped Academy House with video system, flight scope, SAM (Science & Motion) Puttlab ultrasound system, all to improve the swing of the golfer so that you get the right drive and putt.
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OPENING TIMES & CONTACT
April - September
Daily 7 am till 8 pm
Daily 8 am till 5 pm
Phone +49 (0)40 608 22-8877
INFO & ETIQUETTE
It is not permitted on this course to play in blue jeans and collarless shirts!
Precondition for using the golf course is a valid club membership and handicap and a handicap of at least 36 on weekends and public holidays.