Royal Ravenstein Golf Course
Belgium

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The Royal Golf Club of Belgium - "Royal" since its foundation in 1906 by decision of King Leopold II - is laid on land belonging to the "Royal Donation". The Château-ferme of Ravenstein owes its name to its first owner, Philippe de Cleves, Squire of Ravenstein. 

The Manor Farm of Ravenstein, which has become the Club House, has its own historical background which started in 1460 with Louis The Good, Duke of Burgundy. The first stone of the present Château was laid on 12th August 1748 by Charles-Henry Francolet de Terweynt. After several changes of ownership, the last being the Prince of Orange in 1826, the property was bought from the Belgian State in 1880 by King Leopold II who presented it to the "Royal Donation" in 1903 so that it could become the Club House for the projected golf course.

  • Trolleys - free of charge (no buggies are allowed)
  • Clubhouse - restaurant and bar

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