at the Kennemer Golf & Country Club. Founded on December 11, 1910, the Kennemer Golf & Country Club moved to its present location in 1928, to a the course newly designed by Harry Colt. Since, additions have been made based on Colt’s design principles, leading to the present 27 holes. The course has an open character so wind is an important factor. Whether amateur or professional, you will be challenged by the unique design, the heavy rough and the prevailing south-westerly wind, all features of this oldest seaside course in the country. The Kennemer Golf & Country Club has hosted many national and international amateur and professional tournaments. The Dutch Open has been played here on numerous occasions. In recent years we faced the challenge of presenting a top-quality course without the use of pesticides or other artificial substances. We are proud of the results so far and are confident that the quality of our tees and greens will improve further. A bunker renovation program is ongoing and if you happen to face a bunker shot, you will experience the improvements to our bunkers. We also welcome you to visit our historic clubhouse, also built in 1928, offering stunning views over the course. Our colleagues in the restaurant look forward to welcome you for drinks, lunch or dinner. We hope that you will fondly remember your visit to the Kennemer Golf & Country Club.
Enno D. Osinga, President KG&CC
Visitors holding a valid membership card from a golf club or equivalent association recognized by the NGF, or a foreign golf club, with a demonstrated maximum exact handicap of 24, are allowed to play at our course 3 times a year. On days when there are (club)competitions and / or guest groups, the course is unfortunately closed to visitors.
We kindly ask visitors to inform the Caddiemaster beforehand whether they can play (023 – 571 8456 or via firstname.lastname@example.org) and to ask for a specific tee-time during these Covid-19 circumstances (normally we do not use tee-times). The Caddiemaster takes the regular occupation of the course into account when admitting visitors. A maximum of 12 visitors are allowed in the morning and in the afternoon. Visitors are requested to adhere to the instructions of the Caddiemaster.
Guest groups of more than 6 people can only be booked through the manager (email@example.com). Guest groups of less than 6 people are admitted on all days, with the exception of Sundays, which can be booked via the Caddiemaster, provided that the course occupation allows this. The course is reserved for members between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Members, when playing along, may introduce a maximum of 3 people at a time, to be registered in advance at the Caddiemaster. On Sundays introduction is only permitted after 2 p.m.
Members with guests must inform the Caddiemaster in advance which start time is desirable; a fixed start time cannot be reserved. A guest must be skilled in playing golf; the golfing ability of the guest is the responsibility of the member. Introducés may play 5x a year on our course. Spouses of members may play 5x a year on our course.
A member group with guests, consists of more than 4 players and at least 40% members. Member groups must book in advance at the Caddiemaster. The rate is € 50 for non-members. For a member group with a smaller number of members than 40%, the rate of € 120 applies above the excess of two guests per member.
Members, with a maximum exact handicap of 24.0, of the golf clubs Eindhovensche Golf, Toxandria, de Pan, Noordwijk, Broekpolder, Rosendaelsche, Hilversumsche, Koninklijke Haagsche and Kennemer can play on each other’s courses for a reduced rate (max. 4 players), maximum 5x a year. You must always be informed in advance by telephone at the Caddiemaster of the club in question whether you can play. Members of the aforementioned clubs are always welcome in the clubhouse, even without playing.
PGA (A&B) cardholders can play 5x a year – without paying greenfee – on Mondays, after agreement with the Head professional and the Caddiemaster.
Our clubhouse is open for members and visiting players from 8.30 hours till 22.00 hours. Opening times may vary during the winter period. The driving range is open from 7.00 am till 9.30 pm.
Due to the COVID-19 safety measures, the Club Restaurant de Kennemer is closed until further notice. The information below is valid as soon as the Club Restaurant reopens.
Cynthia, Manon, Gerrit, Marit, Claudia, Guus, Mo and of course Anwar welcome you in our Club Restaurant de Kennemer. A restaurant in the oldest Dutch clubhouse (1928) on one of the most beautiful golf courses in the Netherlands.
Members and guests have access to various areas, such as the cozy bar, the restaurant, the club room and our beautiful Historical room, which is richly filled with memories of the past. On our terrace you can enjoy the fantastic view over the course.
You are welcome for a cup of coffee with freshly baked apple pie, lunch, drinks or dinner. We hope your stay at the Club Restaurant de Kennemer will remain a fond memory.
- The Club Restaurant opens on Monday to Friday at 11 a.m., during the weekend it opens at 9 a.m.
- The clubhouse is open from 8.30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily for members and visiting players. Different opening hours may apply during the winter months.
- Dinner with reservation only from Tuesday to Friday; the other days a limited menu is available.
- A ‘coffee to go’ facility is available at the Caddiemaster, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.: fresh coffee, cappuccino and espresso.
- The Club Restaurant closes at 10 pm.
For lunch- and/or dinner reservations, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, number of people, preferred date and time and, during the COVID-19 restrictions, whether you are from a joint household. After receiving a confirmation from our side, your reservation is final.
The Club Restaurant only accepts debit or credit cards (Visa, Mastercard). No cash payments.