City Golf

Experience the city in a unique way with City Golf.

Discover the hot spots and some hidden corners of Antwerp while you golf. You can even go one step further by opting for City Beer Golf: in addition to an unconventional game of golf, you get to sample three delicious Antwerp regional beers. 
 
Unlike traditional golf, you don't aim for a hole in City Golf, but at a statue, bench, fountain, and so on. The player who reaches the target with the least number of strokes is the winner. 
 
Each session begins with an initiation, and an instructor takes you through the city after that. The focus is on the game of golf and on discovering Antwerp in a fun way. 
 
City Golf is a group activity (from four people) and is also ideal for team building. You don't need any golf experience to enjoy City Golf. 
 

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