Day trip Golf Museum + Golf fun
Good idea to combine your visit to the Dutch Golf Museum with a round of golf. Golf course Landgoed Bleijenbeek was designed by renowned golf architect Gerard Jol and has fantastic water features and challenging height differences that make a tactical and well-thought-out game necessary. Recently Gerard Jol even named the Hole 5 of the Championship Course course at Landgoed Bleijenbeek as the most beautiful hole he has ever designed!
The green fee includes a visit to the Dutch Golf Museum !!
Golf course Landgoed Bleijenbeek has the following courses and practice facilities:
• 18 hole Championship Course (GVB required)
• 9 holes Par 3-4 course (course permission required)
• 9 hole Pitch and Putt course (recreation level)
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Day trip Golf Museum + Walking & Cycling pleasure
Landgoed Bleijenbeek in Afferden is located in the middle of the beautiful surroundings of the Maasduinen National Park: the green heart of North Limburg. Surrounded by green nature, it is therefore no surprise that you can take a beautiful walk or bike ride around Landgoed Bleijenbeek. And as an official starting point of the National Park, we are happy to help you find a good route so that you can enjoy walking and cycling.
If you come by car, you can park it for free in the spacious parking lot Landgoed Bleijenbeek. As a start or conclusion, a visit to the Dutch Golf Museum is a welcome addition. Especially in combination with a cup of coffee and Limburg flan in the restaurant or on the terrace of Paviljoen Bleijenbeek!
Day trip Golf Museum + Fun for the whole family
Do you want to combine your visit to the Dutch Golf Museum with the perfect sporting activity for your family, friends or colleagues? At Golf Course Landgoed Bleijenbeek, sportsmanship, togetherness and conviviality are central to the various types of sporting golf activities that we can offer you.
The sporting golf activities at Landgoed Bleijenbeek are very popular and are fun for both the golfer and the non-golfer. On our beautiful Pitch and Putt course, experienced golfers can practice their short work, while non-golfers get the first experiences with the fun game.
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Day trip Golf Museum + History
A visit to the Dutch Golf Museum can also be combined with walks along historical objects in De Maasduinen National Park.
How about a walk along the ruins of Bleijenbeek Castle from the 16th century. Or along a number of objects that recall the battles in this area during World War II.