The history of La Bruyere Golf Club is also that of the Theys family, who chose in 1987 to convert part of their 150 acre farm into a golf course. This club takes the best possible advantage of the sparsely wooded and hills surrounding the farm. The course features broad fairways that require the golfer to play long and straight, before tackling superb greens well-guarded by many strategic bunkers.
However, when the wind blows over this flat course, which at first sight does not seem to pose any major difficulties, play takes on a completely different dimension with some surprises in store. Visitors also appreciate the family atmosphere at La Bruyere, which brings them back again and again.