Stan Eby Golf Course
Golf can be difficult enough at the best of times. So why complicate the issue even further by insisting on playing the most challenging courses. The great thing about the Stan Eby Course is that the thrill of playing here is as intense as it can get. Nestled on a hill above the resort, the course not only boasts a maximum of sunshine, but also the most stunning view of the expansive resort and its surroundings. If you're now thinking that this 18-hole course is only suitable for beginners, think again! The highly undulating and, for the most part, exceptionally fast greens also pose a challenge to more accomplished players. The course is suitable for all players with a handicap of 54 or under.
Jake McEwan // Head Greenkeeper:
"Stan Eby is one of the top architects at EGD (Europa Golf Design). He has overseen the planning of numerous courses throughout Europe, some of which have gone on to host the national Open Championships in Germany, Italy and Ireland. By naming the course in his honour, the proprietors of the Sporting Club Berlin wished to express their appreciation for the huge role he played in the development of the entire site. He was also the architect in charge of constructing the Faldo Course. This course has the lowest par of the three championship courses at the Sporting Club Berlin. But please don't fall into the trap of assuming that it's too easy – in fact, some of the fairways feature tricky undulations and many of the greens have a sly little slope, so no worries in the challenge department. Not to mention the course's excellent bunkers and water hazards. This course is an interesting alternative to the other two courses, while offering players of all levels the opportunity to swing the iron.