Esbjerg (Marbaek)

Esbjerg (Marbaek)

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Course Information

The club was founded in 1921 but not in its now-permanent location within the Wadden Sea National Park.

It didn’t move there until the 1970s, when Frederik Dreyer laid out its new course.

Esbjerg actually has two 18-holers, because there is also the Myrtue as well as the premium course the Marbaek.

Both enjoy beautiful settings but the Marbaek has the extra touch of class.

Here, heather-lined fairways wind between pines which are set back from the fairways and allow wide playing corridors.

It is a woodland course but within that character are several phases, with the start and finish on open land and the best stretch on the front nine that has a heathland character.

Here, heather-lined fairways wind between pines which are set back from the fairways and allow wide playing corridors.

Esbjerg is located near the coast on the south-west of Denmark, close to the exciting island courses of Budersand and Fano.

• Expect a comprehensive review of Esbjerg’s courses in spring 2020.

 

Information

Frederik Dreyer

+45 75 269219

Esbjerg Golfklub , Sønderhedevej 11 , Esbjerg , Denmark , 6710