Golfers Delight: Prenden Golf Course

Monday, May 02, 2005

Prenden Golf Course

After all the international golf courses presented here so far it is time to go back to the homebase. Although my wife and I play already since 2003, we didn't discover the Prenden Golf Course until some four weeks ago. And we we're very pleasantly surprised.

Prenden is situated north of Berlin and it takes a 30 minute drive from Berlin Alexanderplatz to get there. From our place it is even closer than Kallin, where we played most of last year (review to follow). You get off the Autobahn A11 at exit Laake and you are there.

Prenden offers you a 27 hole golf course designed by Thorsten Gideon. The 18 hole championship course resembles scottish links courses. The 9 hole course is also 'fully grown' and one of the most interesting in and around Berlin.

The practice area is pretty big and offers driving range, chipping and putting greens. Apart from the courses, Prenden surprised me with a very friendly and helpful staff. Yesterday we played there for the third time and despite being a sunny weekend day, the course was not crowded at all.

As we will play Prenden more often this year we bought the so called 'Prenden Card', giving you 50% off all green fees. As the card itself is prices at 120 EUR, it pays off after your sixth weekend round, normally priced at 42 EUR. Apart from that, the Golf Fee Card will give you 20% off on weekdays and 15% on weekends.


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