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
Sea, sand, heather, pines and fescue – Visby on the island of Gotland is delicious prospect.
Continental Europe and Sweden
If you had to think of a an idyllic Scandinavian setting for a golf course, it is a fair bet you would have something akin to what awaits...
Continental Europe and Finland
All you need to know about this brilliant European course
Continental Europe and Denmark
Designed by Eric Schnack in the 1970s, the Forest – predictably – winds between mature trees.
The only nine-hole course in our Continental Top 100, and a slightly left-field entry... but one we are confident we are correct...
Continental Europe and France
Costa Navarino was created by Vassilis Constantakapoulos, whose working life began as a deck hand and ended with him owning a shipping...
Continental Europe and Greece
A round at Moliets delivers something very, very few courses in Continental Europe can – genuine linksland.
It might be the most...
The course that began Belek’s love affair with golf has often been strangely neglected since starting the revolution of this former...
Continental Europe and Turkey
The 'consistency' element within our rating has sometimes been questioned by some, but it is a key element when grading probably half the...
Belgium and Continental Europe