Gut Kaden, venue for this week’s Deutsche Bank Players Championship, is set in some of the most beautiful countryside in Northern Germany.
Hamburg’s Gut Kaden Golf and Country Club where this week’s Deutsche Bank Players Championship of Europe, is to be played, is set in some of the most beautiful countryside in Northern Germany.
This private members club was founded in 1984 and extended over the years to 27 holes with plans for a further development as a growing a demand for tee times in the area continues to put pressure on it’s current facilities.
THE GOLF COURSE:
Gut Kaden is a relatively flat course with water providing the greatest hazards ahead of numerous bunkers and the forests of trees that feature on each of it’s three nine-hole loops.
They can be played separately or in various combinations of 18 holes and the course is open every day of the year, both to members and guests.
The weather cannot be guaranteed, however, and this week, in mid-summer, the forecast, for example, is for showers on Thursday when the Deutsche Bank Players championship tees off, and thunderstorms during Friday’s second round.
The championship course will bring together the longest and toughest combination of 18 holes, and with loops of 3623 and 3353 yards, will total 7290 yards and have a rating of 72
CARD OF THE COURSE :
(See under: Hole No, Par, Yards)
1 4 425
2 3 205
3 5 541
4 4 460
5 3 196
6 5 539
7 4 476
8 4 377
9 4 404
Out: Par 36, 3623 yd
(See under: Hole No, Par, Yards)
10 4 420
11 4 451
12 4 453
13 4 366
14 3 221
15 5 563
16 3 166
17 5 559
18 4 468
In: Par 36, 3667 yd
TOTAL Par 72, 7290 yd
– Practice facilities include a fee-paying driving range (¿15 per day) that includes bunkers and practice greens.
– Clubs; carts and electric golf cars can be hired
– Guests can have their golf car batteries recharged.
– Caddies are available on request.
– A pro shop carrying most of the major brands of equipment and apparel
– High-quality locker rooms
– Conference facilities
– A Restaurant
The course is open on weekdays and weekends, both to members and guests with handicaps of 36 or less. Soft spikes are preferred, no dogs are allowed and guests should phone ahead of time to ensure reservation of tee times, regardless of whether they wish to play nine of 18 holes.
Green fees for guests can very with the season and the time, but presently they are as follows: (Currency in Euros)
For 18 holes: Weekdays – 55; Weekends – 75
For 9 holes: Weekdays – 30; Weekends – 40
Note: Young persons under 18 years in the company of a member or a guest who has paid a green fee may play free of charge. Juniors between 18 and 24 pay a reduced Green fee of less 50%.
Members can play free of charge or at special reduced rates at the following partner clubs in the Hamburg area: Golfclub Margarethenhof- Tel. (08022) 75060, Golfclub Leon – Tel. (03385) 5540, Märki Golf Club – Tel. (03327) 77370, Golfclub Grevenmühle Tel. (02102) 95950, Lock Love Stone Golf and Country Club Tel. (07133) 98780, Winnerod Golf Park – Tel. (06408) 95130, Peppering Castle Golf Club – Tel. (0931) 67890, A-ROSA Skirmish Lake Golf Club Tel. (033631) 63300
Members of Gut Karden can also benefit from the club’s membership of the Hamburg Circle where they can play on weekdays at reduced rates.
The Circle includes Well Kaden golf & Country Club, Pinnau Golf Club, Golf & Country Club Treudelberg, GolfClub Buxtehude, GolfClub Book Wood and GolfClub Hamburg Cross-Beam
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