Welcome to Myllendonk

Welcome to our website!
Myllendonk Castle Golf Club was founded in 1965 by a circle of a few families and friends and has remained a purely private members club to this day. We are proud of our tradition and of our beautiful, park-like golf course, whose 18 holes extend around the medieval moated castle Myllendonk. The golf course is shaped by a landscape that is typical of the Lower Rhine, the idyllic canals of the River Niers, which traverse many places on the course, giving it its particular charm.
We are a close-knit golf club and enjoy a friendly club life. We are committed to youth work and our club teams pursue ambitious sporting goals. However, we at Myllendonk also regard golf as a wonderful opportunity to participate in a leisure activity with friends in a natural setting. Our members appreciate the fact that, as a rule, there is no waiting time and that it is possible to play anytime without booking a tee time. Myllendonk Castle Golf Club is perfectly integrated in the road network and can be reached from Mönchengladbach and Korschenbroich in a few minutes. But also Krefeld, Neuss and Düsseldorf are barely 20 minutes drive away. Situated close to the city, but in a quiet country area.
We attach great value to our first class, well-manicured course and to a perfect infrastructure. Hence, we feel honoured to be a member of the “Leading Golf Courses of Germany”. At the same time, however, this is also an obligation and one we are glad to fulfil. We thus continuously invest in our course, in equipment and in the infrastructure to be able to meet the requirements.
Our aim, my aim, is that the members, but also our visitors, feel happy at Myllendonk and that everyone, whether they have sporting ambitions or rather are looking to relax, can spend a pleasant day at Myllendonk Castle Golf Club.
Our secretariat, but also all committee members, will be pleased to answer your questions at any time. Please feel welcome to approach us, we look forward to welcoming you!

With sporting regards,

Roger Brandts
- Club President -