Golf is a really popular sport in Denmark and with over 200 courses in the country, there are many varied opportunities to get out on the green stuff. Courses tend to be quite close together, so in one holiday, you can try out a few different courses and find the one that best suits your play.
Guest players are welcome on most courses in Denmark, with payment of a green fee. Clubs have different prices and accessibility, so it’s a good idea to contact the course before you go, especially if you are a disabled player.
Compared to the rest of Europe, it is relatively cheap to play golf in Denmark. Green fees start at around 200kr on weekdays and 300kr at weekends.
You can pretty much play all year round in Denmark, depending on the snow. That means that winter greens are common between November and April.
Many courses have Pay & Play options, where you can simply turn up and play, without having membership of any golf club.
Pay and Play is a useful website, even though it is in Danish. If you click on “baner” in the top menu, you will open a map which clearly shows the location of all pay and play courses when you click on a region.