Bleijenbeek is en blijft een leuke baan. Greens helaas in slechte staat en fairway droog, hard en kaal.
jev | 28-06-2020 | review: Bleijenbeek
Arriving on the very quiet Bleijenbeek golf area we find the clubhouse is central located between Practice facilities, a par 3 course, a par 3-4 course and championship course. So enough possibilities to play and improve your game. Next to the reception there is a Golf museum with information that "Colf"was already played in the 16th Century in Afferden. Greenfee players can visit the museum free of charge and see the pictures and very old golfclubs. Worth a short visit before playing. The course a par 73 course with 4 par 5 on the 2nd 9 is not an easy course. We found it quiet dry and your drives ending up much further as expected. Therefore resulting in lost balls because of the many water hazards which comes in play. Also a couple of long walks between green and next tee (hole 6 to 7,10 to 11,17 to 18) The greens were fine and also bunkers were nicely maintained. The dryness was good visible on the par 3 16th water hazards left and right but total no water and could play from the hazard.
Clubhouse terrace was nice with good and fast service and views on the course. Worth a visit.
GaryStilbaai | 20-09-2019 | review: Bleijenbeek
We loved this golfcourse, the holes keep it interesting, the scenery and nature keep changing as you go through the course. We loved the hospitality: reception very helpful and allowed us to start early and pay later, the marshal provided us with cold drinks on the course and the restaurant crew was very friendly. The course clearly suffered from the weather but considering the extreme low amount of rain they had over the last weeks it was impressive to see how they have been able to keep things “green”. Overall definitely a course we will play again in a beautiful Limburg scenery.
edgar.jorissen | 30-07-2019 | review: Bleijenbeek
A friendly welcome and good value for money. The course is very commercial so you need to be careful not to be caught behind a slow group, as they don't seem to ask for proof of handicap. Maintenance was OK after such a dry summer - greens could be better though. Some long walks from green to tee but certainly some interesting holes.
chris.w | 08-10-2018 | review: Bleijenbeek
This golf course is located close to the German border and sometimes depending on the wind direction air planes from Weeze (old english army base) can be noisy. Sufficient parking and large practice facilities ensures you start well prepared. Reception and staff friendly and tee-time are given by number. It is recommendable to wait till flight in front has reach the green otherwise waiting on the fairway. The course was still a bit wet but for early April well playable. The routing gives some long walks between 6to7,9to10,11to12,17to18. Design give you sufficient bunker and water hazards, especially par 3 hole 7 if not a long hitter don't be greedy otherwise your ball swims. Was still a bit chilly but nice views from the terrace on hole 10 and green of 18. Restaurant staff friendly and sufficient choice for drinks and food available.
GaryStilbaai | 03-04-2018 | review: Bleijenbeek
Interesting layout with different holes. Unfortunately a couple of the holes had been ploughed up so you couldn't play to the fairway on holes 16 & 17. The greens were particularly bad (many pitchforks) so we assumed they suffer from being a very commercial course.
Service in the clubhouse was friendly and good value.
Also a very friendly reception when checking in. Hopefully they'll improve the greens by next year - then it certainly would be an enjoyable course.
chrisw | 19-10-2017 | review: Bleijenbeek