english visitors

Welcome to Wilkendorf

english visitors

WEEKDAYSGreenfee
6-hole Course
Greenfee Westside CourseGreenfee Sandy Lyle Course
(per day)(per round)(per round)
from 18 years12,00 EUR60,00 EUR70,00 EUR
guests accompanied by full-, westside- and weekdays members45,00 EUR55,00 EUR
Sundowner after 17 hrs.35,00 EUR40,00 EUR
9-holes35,00 EUR40,00 EUR
schoolchildren/students17,50 EUR20,00 EUR
WEEKENDGreenfee
6-hole Course
Greenfee Westside CourseGreenfee Sandy Lyle Course
(per day)(per round)(per round)
from 18 years16,00 EUR70,00 EUR80,00 EUR
guests accompanied by full-, westside- and weekdays members55,00 EUR65,00 EUR
schoolchildren/students till 27 years8,00 EUR35,00 EUR40,00 EUR
9-holes45,00 EUR50,00 EUR
9-holes
schoolchildren/students
25,00 EUR25,00 EUR
Attention

Greenfee special: 50 % discout until end of march 2017

Token (á 30 balls): 2 EUR per piece
Trolley: 5 EUR
Elektro Trolley: 15 EUR
Golf-Cart: 30 EUR

We are looking forward to your visit in Wilkendorf!

Do not hesitate to contact us

Wilkendorf Golf Betriebsgesellschaft mbH
Am Weiher 1
15345 Altlandsberg

Fon +49 (0) 3341 – 330 960
Fax +49 (0) 3341 – 330 961
info@golfpark-schloss-wilkendorf.com

The Counter is open from 9 am to 5 pm.

Restaurant:
Fon +49 (0) 3341-330 990

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Our History

2010

The Sandy Lyle golf course was elected to the sixth beautiful golf course in Germany.

1997

The Club House was opened on 30. April and so the golf course was finally complete

1996

On the 20th of August the first public 18 holes course in Germany- the Westside Course was opened

1995

On the 27th of May the Sandy Lyle Course was officially opened by the Club President Bernd Hauck

1994

The large driving range and 6-hole short course were opened; this was followed on the 15th of Oct. By the opening of holes 13-18 on the Sandy Lyle Course, allowing members to swing their clubs on the championship course for the first time

1992

The former DGV-President Jan Brügelmann planted the first tree

1991

Planning started for a new Golfpark including a championship course and the first public 18 holes course in Germany