Mont Garni Golf Club
Rue du Mont Garni 3,
7331 Saint Ghislain
Tel : (065) 62 2719 Fax : (065) 62 3410

In the town of Ghislain,15km west of Mons. 65km south west of Brussels.

Arch T Macauley
Course Details

Course Name: Mont Garni Holes: 18 Yardage: 6950 SSS: 73
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  • Many years a member

    Max wrote on: Sep 5, 2017

    I've been a member of Mont Garni for almost 9 years now and am writing this note because the last one appearing is from 2011, so it's time to update. The previous comments by Wouter Nagels and Golf Bandit are still accurate. It's a very challenging course even though it is pretty much flat. Indeed, a few moguls would make it even more challenging. It is rather long, having 2 par 5's on the front 9 and 3 (!) on the back 9. Green fees are quite reasonable and apart from the occasional tournament, it isn't that crowded. Most players push/pull with many assisted by small batteries, but there are a number of electric carts for rental. Holes 8, 9 and 10 are flanked by ecological zones that are not to be entered notwithstanding your errant ball may have landed in one of them. Even if you're not having one of your better days of play, the walk alone among the many tree-lined holes is worth it. The finishing hole, 18, is a v e r y l o n g par 4, dogleg to the right. The approach is over an elongated, narrow pond to an elevated green. Overshoot, and your ball is in the rear bunker or on the clubhouse terrace, undershoot and you can figure out where your ball will be. Put Mont Garni on your golf 'bucket list' if you're in the area or just passing through.


  • Mont Garni

    Randy wrote on: Oct 16, 2011

    I learned the game of golf on this course. I can't wait to get back and play it again! This is one of the top courses I've played in ten years...


  • Mont Garni Golf Club

    Golf Bandit wrote on: Sep 12, 2005

    I am surprised no one has made comment of this wonderful course. Many narrow tree lined fairways mean you keep the big dog muzzled unless a straight dive is certain. A very friendly welcome from staff made the vist a real treat. Superb days golf.


      • RE: Mont Garni Golf Club

        Wouter Nagels wrote on: Apr 13, 2006

        Nice course - visited the course twice now, and it seems that the course is not so busy. Always time to play. What really makes this course attractive is that the first 6 holes are located in woodland, the next 6 holes in an open landscape (wind is an important factor then) with the first water hazards appearing, the next 6 holes enter the woodlands again.
        Finishing hole par 4 is garded by pont in front and left to the green. Real treat in front of the sun terraces.
        Visit for lay-out and details