Hamburger Golfclub Falkenstein: Best Golf Club Germany 2017

26 APRIL 2017, AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS – Over 250,000 golfers visit each month. Based on their rankings, Hamburger Golfclub e.V. Falkenstein – with an average rating of 9,07 – has been voted Best Golf Club in Germany in 2017 in the Golfers’ Choice Rankings. The rankings for best golf club are compiled based on numerous aspects influencing the quality of the golf club, such as the golf course itself, the overall impression of the club, maintenance, facilities such as practice facilities, clubhouse and the perceived value for money.

The golf course is mature and challenging and located in a diverse park landscape with patches of heathland and old trees. This creates the challenge and charm of this golf course. Falkenstein, which is steeped in history, is the regular venue for high-level national and international championships and it meets the very highest standards of the game. It’s the third year in a row that Hamburger Golfclub e.V. Falkenstein is rated as the best golf club in Germany.

‘We are very proud that our club is ranked number 1 golf club in Germany in the Golfers’ Choice Awards 2017. It is an honor to be chosen in the first place, especially with the high density of good golf courses in Germany.’ says Falkenstein Managing Director Berthold Apel.

‘The course is often played by users. In particular by golfers from The Netherlands and the Scandinavian countries, but guests from all over the world are always welcome. We try to offer our guests the best possible stay, only the typical Hamburg weather we cannot influence. This prize confirms our work and we look forward to continue being a popular destination for all golfers.’

WINSTONgolf regained their runner-up position with an average rating of 8,81 in the ranking of Best Golf Club in Germany, after losing it to Golf Club St. Leon-Rot last year. WINSTONgolf, situated in Vorbeck, can be found in an idyllic and moraine landscape with lakes, rivers and woodland, and it meets the demands of all classes of golfers. St. Leon-Rot dropped to the fourth place with an average rating of 8,62. Golf Club Gut Lärchenhof is the highest new entry in the ranking and is found on the third place with an average rating of 8,74.