De Pan dates back to 1894, with the current course layout having been designed by the superb golf course architect Harry Colt in 1929. The course is the second oldest course in the Netherlands and has a classic English heathland design.
It has played host to the Dutch Open on numerous occasions and will appeal to golfers of all handicaps. This excellent course dog legs through strands of pine, birch, oak and chestnut trees and offers a wide variety of holes – each one different to the last.
De Pan has pleasantly undulating terrain with tight, tree-lined fairways and excellent bunkering. There are several blind tee and approach shots to contend with, as well as several carries over swathes of heather. This course is certainly no push-over and requires careful thinking rather than brute force in order to score well. A fantastic course that is often regarded as the best inland course in the Netherlands.