Kongens Lyngby

The course bears its clear mark of being designed in the golden age of golf architecture and is a very fine example of an open park course. It appears as a traditional golf course with fast and steady greens, very natural looking fairways and bunkers as well as only relatively few trees in play; however, between the tee and the green on the 18th hole stand two large chestnuts, which make the finishing hole very scenic and for most, an even very big challenge (par 3). Many golfers have over time either won or lost a match here.
  • 15 November 2018
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