THE ULTIMATE GOLFING EXPERIENCE
The Rosendaelsche Golfclub is situated in a woody area near Arnhem. The course is characterised by holes with blind tees and many differences in height. For many golfers the Rosendaelsche is on the bucket list of 'Dutch courses to be played'. And not for the least reason. You may spot deer during your round, the course is challenging and the wooded area with beautiful vistas is spectacular in all seasons.
With its new, minimalist course styling, Rosendaelsche Golfclub is taking another step towards the golf of tomorrow. No more ladies or gentlemen's tees, and as few artificial attributes as possible. Golf at its purest!
Practicing at Rosendaelsche Golfclub is an experience in itself. All aspects of the game of golf can be trained in a very spacious practice area. That fits with the history and also with the ambition of our club: Rosendaelsche Golfclub is a club where you can learn to play better golf. Our pro's from the Golf Academy use the practice area, but every golfer at Rosendaelsche Golfclub can always practice all parts of the game themselves as well. Balls to practice are free of charge.
In 1895 additional land was leased adjacent to the grounds of Rosendael Castle in order to construct a total of 9 holes and the Rosendaelsche Golfclub was founded. In 1908, the golf club moved to its current location on the Delhuijzen estate, then owned by Mr. Aalbrecht del Court van Krimpen. Expansion to 18 holes followed in 1977, designed by British architect Frank Pennink. In 2014, with 2 new holes and various modifications by course architect Christoph Staedler, the course received its current form.
Rosendaelsche Golf Club has its own specialised team of greenkeepers. They ensure that the course can be played on in all seasons and under (almost) all circumstances. This is done according to the latest insights and with modern means. There is a forestry management plan and a course management plan, both of which are implemented and kept up to date.
FLORA AND FAUNA
The Rosendaelsche Golf Club is situated in a Natura 2000 area. By enthusiastic club members and involving Larenstein University of Applied Sciences, an extensive inventory of flora and fauna was made as the basis for an extensive GEO report, necessary for obtaining the GEO certificate; an international hallmark for responsible and environmentally friendly management. The Rosendaelsche Golf Club has had the GEO certificate since 2012.
A number of videos to get you in the mood. Frank Versteegh made beautiful drone shots of the track.
From GOLF.NL, Niels and Sietse visited our course in 2021.