for Golf de l´Empereur, Belgium
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Nice and well maintaind course
4.0 of 5 starsReviewed June 10, 2013
I played one evening nine holes and i enjoyed the course. A little bit hillly, not too much, but for sure not a flat course. Fairways are most of the time wide enough that even high hc player will enjoy the course.
I will come back, for sure!
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5.0 of 5 starsReviewed August 4, 2012
A really successful golf course. You can reach the arreal a very narrow road and then comes to an old dilapidated farm. Parking is plentiful and available appointment was not necessary. I was greeted warmly and present club members took me by the hand and showed me the locations Ardennes rollercoaster may take literally man or woman confidently. It goes up and down. But that is only revealed on the round. This applies to the fairways as well as for the indescribable in all directions, falling and rising greens. Putt gets there a new dimension. The greens are extremely fast and are kept spotlessly clean. 300 meters balls with reichllich support the natural gradient are normal. But sometimes the opposite. The place is very clean and easy to find a navigation device. The constant ascents and descents are sometimes so strong that one if given after a fall comes to a halt only in the valley again. For people with joint problems, certainly not the best choice. It's an incredible feeling to stand on a plateau and the ball comes to a halt look up the 50 meters deep. The course is very challenging and sometimes kept very narrow in some places. The game demands precise and negligence punished immediately. Have you ever hit a ball 150 m wide and then saw him roll back 50 yards because he was not on the top to a halt? On the other hand, is provided on the course for ongoing conversation. The Belgians are at least as far as the golfer a fairly open-minded people, and I will close when I'm so definitely stop by again. To the food I can not say much because I went directly after the game. Afternoon it was then also noticeably fuller. Thank you for this wonderful day in Ways. Tomorrow I'll recuperate the muscles in Paris and the next day then go for a ride on the Kikuoka in Luxembourg.
Greeting your Willy
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