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The Lauswolt Open

A Unique Tournament

The Lauswolt Open

We are looking forward to spring again, to the month of May, when the Lauswolt Open will take place. The Open is a celebration for our golfclub every year. It is a tournament where golfprofessionals and the best amateurs in the Netherlands compete for the win. Besides the honor of the victory, there is also a competition for prize money, this year also for the amateurs.

Our tournament counts again this year for the allocation of the wild card for the Dutch Open 2023. This year, all registrations for the tournament will go through the PGA Holland website.

The Lauswolt Open stands for Topgolf in Friesland: a challenging tournament for pros and top amateurs, for both women and men. The tournament will be played over two days. Women, men and seniors compete for the win, each from their own tee. The tournament will be played in 2023 on May 13 and 14.
A Pro-Am for sponsors will take place on Friday 12 May prior to the tournament.

Good to Know

After hard work on the course, there is a BBQ on Friday for every participant in the Lauswolt Open. Players can participate for free. If your partner or other relative wants to eat with you, it is possible. Please inform the person at the competition table and pay for the guest.

Award ceremony
The final will be played on Sunday. The awards ceremony for the ladies and men will take place shortly after the final group finishing. 

The golf club has its own car park, which can be recognized by a large white flag with "Golf" on it. On Fridays and Saturdays there is also parking in the meadow opposite the entrance of the golf club car park. You can also park your car there free of charge.

Changing rooms
In the central hall of the clubhouse you can take the stairs down to the changing rooms with toilets and showers.

Driving Range
You can hit unlimited balls on the driving range. No coins are needed for this.

Tournement sponsors 2022

Would you also like to become a sponsor of the tournament? Mail to [email protected]


Practice Round

It is possible to come and practice once for the Lauswolt Open in 2023.

We have various opportunities to play however with our tee-times-program being in place a limited number of guests are welcome per day. So always call the reception of the golf club on working days and ask about the possibilities.

There will be no practice round options on Friday, May 12, under penalty of disqualification, unless you are invited to participate in the Pro-Am.

The pre-play rate for amateurs is €42,-. Pro's can come and play for free on Monday by showing their PGA pass. On the other days the pro’s pay €42,-.

Play along with the Pro-Am!

this year with more possibilities

Before the exciting golf competition at the Lauswolt Open tournament starts, we offer our friends of the Lauswolt Open the opportunity to participate in a golf competition on Friday May 12. There will be a Pro-Am (18 holes).

The Pro-Am is the opportunity to play an 18-holes match together with one of the best professionals in the Netherlands, as a team.

After this fun team match, there is a joint diner with drinks and music in the clubhouse. For golfprofessionals who want to bring their own team, we have an attractive rate to buy their own flight. For example, you can motivate you own sponsors or enthusiastic students tot for a team with you. You can email us voor the exact conditions en reservation of your flight.

The costs for the Pro-Am, including catering and the golf pro, are € 1,300 per team of 3 amateurs. You can register until April 1th 2023 via [email protected].


vorige winnaars

Mackenzie and Ebert

In 2016, the golf club decided our 18-hole golf course, known for its natural beauty, needed an update to remain challenging. The renowned track architects Mackenzie and Ebert were brought in and since then the new lay-out is being played.

Many fairway bunkers have been added, longhitters have to take this into account with their teeshot. The many bunkers ensure the holes unfold even more beautifully for the player and require even more course management. Hole 14 and 6 were modified by adding more water to the game and thus making the course more challenging.

And just so you know, 6 of the 10 courses where The Open is being held, have been taken care of by these designers: