With a mix of classic designs by Golden Age architects and modern masterpieces, Continental Europe has an exceptional array of courses – and this is the definitive ranking of them
NCG TOP 100s
One of Sweden's most traditional clubs has an old and new nine seamlessly welded together.
Continental Europe and Sweden
Pete Dye's only Continental European design enjoys a magnificent setting.
Continental Europe and Switzerland
Slovakia's only entry in our Continental Top 100 is a modern take on Golden Age values.
Continental Europe and Slovakia
A hybrid woodland-seaside course that has immense tournament-hosting pedigree.
Biella is known as 'Le Betulle', which translates into English as ‘The Birches’, and that instantly tells you a lot about one of...
Continental Europe and Italy
If we were to be accused of taking a fond view of Royal Obidos because it is the last imprint Severiano Ballesteros had on the game, it...
Continental Europe and Portugal
Frederik Dreyer designed this fine course in woodland, with a delightful heathland phase.
Continental Europe and Denmark
The Chiberta experience is nothing if not different, and some visiting golfers will absolutely love it.
Located between Bayonne and...
Continental Europe and France
A Doug Carrick design with a lake at the heart of a sand-and-water dominated Austrian course.
Austria and Continental Europe
This is one of the grand old ladies of continental golf.
It is the oldest club in Belgium having been founded in 1888, and has benefitted...
Belgium and Continental Europe