The Sart Tilman golf course, designed in 1938 by Tom Simpson on the high ground of the principality of Liege, offers a real golfing challenge. This is a golfer’s dream, set in the superb wooded countryside, where its 18 holes’ fairways roll over magnificently hilly ground.
Although the first two holes give the impression of an easy course, from there on, the diversity of the terrain soon brings the golfer back down to earth. Precision driving is required to follow the line of the woods around each fairway, and accurate iron shots are needed when approaching the excellent sloped greens.
The golf course has an excellent modern clubhouse with a restaurant and bar and extensive practice facilities, so you can become a member for a day and take full advantage of everything the club has to offer.