This links course is only a few hundred meters away from the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein. The dyked area, formerly pasture grassland, lies largely below sea level and is drained into the sea through wide sluices. These sluices form the southern border of the golf course, flank 7 holes and form the outstanding landscape element of the golf course.
The Dithmarschen golf course is characterised by the intensively experienced naturalness and expansiveness of the terrain, which despite its flatness, barrenness and treelessness is extremely attractive. The archaic landscape is enhanced by the broad, reed-lined sluices as well as the sometimes very generous, unspoilt spaces between the holes and the typical windy shrub and hedgerow structures of a northern German coastal landscape.
Within the scope of our contract, strong inequality between the two semicircles was reduced and the 9th green and the 10th tee, which were formerly "jwd", were relocated to the vicinity of the clubhouse. Several new greens and tees, ponds and bunkers have been created. Numerous holes became more demanding and varied, especially in terms of sports strategy.