Eifel Golf Club e.V
Kolner Str
54576 Hillesheim- Berndorf
Tel : +49 (0)6593 1241 Fax : +49 (0)6593 9421

Secretary: Frau Esser/Frau Sonntag Tel : +49 (0)6593 1241
Professional : Michael Pick Tel : +44 (0)171 6939352

Golf Club Eifel was founded in 1977 and opened in 1981 as a nine-hole course and was extended to18 holes in 1995.

Situated 490 meters above sea level in the picturesque Eifel countryside, the club offers its 700 members and guest an 18-hole golfing experience. If you want fresh air, a beautiful landscape and that holiday feeling away from the stress of the 'Big City', this is the place for you.

The course, with its superbly maintained fairways and greens, is a challenge for every player, from scratch golfer to beginner.
The club had the honour of hosting the German Amateur Championship in 1995.
We are simply the best.

Hotels in the area
Landhaus Mullerbron, Auf Dem Sand 45, D-54568 Gerostein-Mullerborn; Tel +49 06591 95880; Fax +49 06591 958877
Golf und Sporthotel 'Augustiner Kloster', Augustiner Stasse, D-5476 Hillesheim Tel: +49 06593 9810
Hotel 'Fasen-Schroder', Kerpener Strasse, Neiderehe, Tel; +49 02696 1048
Centra Sport- Hotel , Stadtkyll, Tel +49 06597 150
Hotel 'Zum Amtsichter' Kolner Stasse, D-54576 Hillesheim, Tel +49 06593 985731
Hotel 'Zur Poat' D-54576 Hillesheim, Tel +49 06593 253

From Cologne: - Autobahn A1 (Koln-Eustrichen) to the end then left direction Hillesheim. Straight at traffic lights in Ahutte. Course 2 km before Hillesheim on the left signposted Berndorf and Golf Club Logo

Information herein provided by the club 20 April 2000.
Well-positioned clubhouse, beautifully furnished in typical rustic style, offers international and German cuisine.
Club Professional, well stocked Pro-shop.
Hire clubs, trolleys and buggies available.
Course Details

Course Name: Eifel Holes: 18 Yardage: 6063 SSS: 72
Eifel Golf parkland course was designed by Deutsche Golf Consult. Eifel Golf Club is paradise for both the golfer and the nature lover. The rare and protected Red Milan, the bird of the year 2000, endlessly circles over the undulating fairways. As soon as you finish the short 1st hole, you are confronted with a challenging tee shot over a deer-park. Despite wider fairways and larger greens, the1st nine are not as easy, as appears. Length is the No1 requirement at hole 6 and 7 whereby water lurks at the 8th and 9th. Although not as long, the second 9 holes are much narrower, with smaller greens which requires more precise shot making ability. Heather to the left and right awaits every errant shot. The signature hole, the long par 3, 16th offers breathtaking views over the Eifel countryside. The 427m, par 4, 18th is one of the most difficult holes in Germany.
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