The Faldo Course Berlin is probably the signature course of the Sporting Club Berlin. Due to its unique architecture and history, he stands out from other German golf courses. No other place in the Berlin-Brandenburg taught in this degree the feeling of being in Scotland. With 133 pot bunkers, undulating fairways and challenging greens the Faldo Course Berlin is a masterpiece of Sir Nick Faldo and ranked as the most difficult course in Germany. Numerous high-level professional and amateur tournaments have proved this.
Just one year after the founding of the Sporting Club Berlin, in June 1993, the construction of the Arnold Palmer Course began as a typical American parkland course on soil’s Brandenburg. Spectacular greens and varied fairways blend harmoniously into the natural environment with its small streams and the old stock of trees. The holes 10 to 18 of the “Parkland Courses” are certainly one of the most beautiful “back nine” in Germany. The web 11 (171 meters) even received the award as the most beautiful par 3 in Germany.