I knew Royal Zoute from the tournaments on the European Tour that were played there in the nineties. For some reason I had never actually played the course, this was the first time. Reception was very friendly. Always a good start to the day. They said the cours was not too busy, and we rescheduled our tee time as we were much too early. What interested me the most ab…
I played the Executive Course (Inner Course) just 2 days after I played the Championship course (Outer Course). The Executive Course is circeled by the par 72 championship course. Instead of 4 par 5's it has an extra 4 par 3's so in total 10 par 4's and 8 par 3's. Do not under estimate this course most golfers score worse on the 'small' (3564 meters) course. It is very …
I played the Championship course end of April so the course just coming out of winter. The parking is left before the entrance of the course and the clubhouse is undergoing a big renovation that probably will be finished end of summer 2021. The driving range is very nice with free balls that are constantly being replenished. The thatched roof is on the low side so be ca…
Created in a superb landscape of pine, hawthorn hedges, silver birch and poplar trees, the Zoute fairways seem to navigate between waves of dunes: a setting that cannot leave anyone unmoved. Nested in a slightly wild landscape, the club offers two courses: “l’Extérieur” (Championship Course), with its reputation for being selective, particularly in high winds, and “l’Intérieur” (Executive Course), an executive course. Greens noted for their quality and a comfortable clubhouse are just two of the attractive features of this golf club.