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for Golf Club Haus Bey e.V., Nettetal, Germany

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ursawasser 6 Reviews
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It was worth it!

It was only there at the beginning of March, but it was still possible to play on summer greens in the sunshine.
Congratulations to the greenkeepers! You could see that they were very busy in winter:
Trees cut, paths freshly created, bunkers cleanly cut off AND the fairways have already received the first cut.
We were greeted warmly at reception and the restaurant is really worth staying at.
An all around wonderful facility.

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reiner2304 504 Reviews
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Solid golf in the border region on the Lower Rhine

Played on November 3rd, 2020. The flat 18-hole course with an additional 6-hole short course can be reached quickly via the A61 and is close to the Dutch border in peace and nature, apart from two country roads that surround the course. It's not far to Venlo. The courses are often bordered by ingrown trees without it being a parkland course. Most tees are open and higher HC should be able to cope well. There are always water hazards, easy doglegs and well-placed bunkers. It never gets boring and everything is very solid, but I miss the big highlights. In the end, unfortunately, not too many tracks will be remembered. Most likely the lanes 10 and 18 with the special challenges. The condition of the fairways was positive, and despite the wetness of the last few days they were carpets and without faults at this time of year. Some of the haircuts were a little uneven and a little worn. The greens were unfortunately not that good, as there were often bald spots and downright small holes, possibly from a mushroom. In addition, depending on the season, a lot of shedding from the trees on it. The clubhouse with restaurant (not tested / closed) is solid, but could be clearly signposted from the parking lot. Next to the clubhouse / restaurant is the nice-looking architectural monument “Schlösschen Haus Bey”. The members gave everyone a friendly greeting. The game was brisk as only two flights were allowed due to the coronavirus. With sunny November weather, all available tee times for the day were fully booked. As a guest, you can see the start times on the homepage, but unfortunately you cannot book them. I was obviously lucky when I called in the morning, someone had just canceled and so I got a tea time for lunch and went around with a very nice member. The employee in the secretariat was very friendly and nice and explained everything to me as a guest. The standard green fee of € 49 on weekdays and € 58 on weekends is appropriate and can be described as cheap. In addition, a sundowner rate is offered. With vouchers from Golf Albrecht you can also play at a discount. There is no surcharge for golfers without a hologram in a thankful way that promotes golf. If you don't expect extreme highlights, I can recommend a solid round in GC Haus Bey in the border region to Holland.

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Golf4fun 131 Reviews
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Good price / performance ratio

Varied and fair place in very beautiful surroundings. The condition of the fairways and greens was absolutely fine despite the long rainless period. Buggy not absolutely necessary.
Gastronomy: Very good service & excellent food. Recommendable.
We will be back!

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LukeLinus 25 Reviews
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Typically Niederhein (update)

Lighter, more beautiful, typical Niederrhein square. On match day condition due to the prolonged drought only satisfactory. While the fairways still looked good, many greens and greens had grassless spots. Inviting sun terrace, recommended cuisine. Greenfee AfterWork WT from 16 o'clock 35 €.

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Charly0750 16 Reviews
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Place offers fun in the game with some challenges

The flat parkland course is located in a scenic Lower Rhine landscape conservation area. In addition to the 18-hole championship course, a public 6-hole course is available for beginners. The welcome was friendly and professional. The 18-hole course offers some challenges in the form of well-placed water hazards, narrow fairways, high roughs and three oned holes and therefore requires a precise game. The place is always fair. His condition was excellent. The green fee offers with EUR 50, - on weekdays a good price / performance ratio.
We will be back!

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LukeLinus 25 Reviews
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Typical Niederrhein

Light, very well-kept, nice, typical Niederrhein-Platz. Inviting sun terrace, recommended kitchen. Renewed DrivingRange. GF-Special WT from 4 pm 35 €.

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Response from Isabel Otto-Duck, Managing Director at Golf Club Haus Bey e.V.
July 28, 2017
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We are pleased that you enjoyed your stay with us. Hopefully you will be playing a round again soon.

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S+M 3 Reviews
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Very nice golf course

Despite large crowds, we can turn a relaxing round on Haus Bey. Thanks to a Marshalls at Tee1 the start went smoothly. The place was in a very good condition, despite the rainfall from the previous day. Some tracks are very exciting, but very many tracks are "only straight". For the fifth star I would have liked a bit more variety. However, the layout of 18 is again sensational. Price. Performance is terrific. This place can only recommend.

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Lotte 2 Reviews
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European Leadership - if open!

Fantastically beautiful 18-hole course on the Dutch border. Varied and exciting game tracks. And the highlight end up with the 18, one of the most beautiful holes in Germany. Followed by a fine dining in the beautiful clubhouse. Golfer, what more do you want? I want Na, may play! On the places in the neighborhood is played Haus Bey is closed due to wet until further. Here pays the member before like 12 for 9 months, the rains in the Lower Rhine's often. Otherwise, dear guest, off to Hinsbeck, one of the most beautiful courses in Germany. But first pray to the weather gods.

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