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The Brugse Vaart is a cleverly-conceived and challenging Championship Course. Designed and laid out in the "parkland" style, its 18 holes offer golfers a wide range of contrasts, both technically and visually. This can be seen most clearly in the careful selection and positioning of the planting. In this respect, the great diversity of trees and shrubs plays an important role. New species are constantly being evaluated and added. Some of these species are quite rare and are grown in our own nurseries from seed imported from around the world.
The Course, the Brugse Vaart is a par 73 Championship Course, with a total length of 6,402 metres. The twisting water hazards are an important element in the playing difficulty of the course and ensures that it will continue to appeal to players of all standards for many years to come.
Particularly noticeable is the high standard of maintenance. The numerous green-keeping staff ensure that the well-manicured course is kept in tip-top condition. A further team of specialist gardeners is entrusted with the care of rare trees and shrubs, the flower garden, the pot plants (such as the orange trees) and the water bird collection.
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