Challenge your golf experience!

Play the internationally appreciated Marbæk course.

A wonderful place!

Enjoy the unique scenery of the Wadden Sea National Park from the restaurant terrace.

Two world-class courses!

Relax and challenge yourself with the quirks of the Myrtue course - called Marbæk version 2.


We have everything needed for a successful day’s golfing.

We have everything needed for a successful day’s golf.

Marbæk course: Opened in 1975 when Esbjerg Golf Club moved from Nørreskoven to Marbæk. A championship course used for many international golf tournaments. Architect: Frederik Dreyer

Myrtue course: Opened in 1993 as a 9-hole course. It was later expanded and opened as an 18-hole course in 2007. Architects: Frederik Dreyer and Henrik Jacobsen.

Driving range: Denmark’s perhaps biggest driving range, with the ability to hit balls whatever the weather, from grass or mats.
Short game areas: Three full-size greens with the opportunity to practice bunker shots, chipping and pitch shots until about 100 meters.
Par 3 course: A 6-hole par 3 course, which makes great demands on precision. It feels like walking in a very large garden. Here everyone can practise their short game.

KIDS course: A short 6-hole course copying ‘real’ golf holes with teeing grounds, bunkers, and greens with large holes and flags. Real golf in miniature form, specifically for children aged 4-7 years.

Clubhouse: Modern two-storey building steeped in memories and traditions. On the ground floor are changing rooms, toilets, and shower facilities. Here you will also find the lobby, secretariat, and pro shop. On the first floor is the restaurant, with terraces providing splendid views of the golf course. Here you can enjoy a drink or something to eat before or after a round of golf.

See Marbæk course
See Myrtue course