Another beautiful Dutch course set within an attractive forest, the Eindhovensche Golf Club was created by the founder of the Phillips shaving company who purchased the spacious forest land outside Eindhoven and with master designed Harry Colt converted it into a golf course shortly before World War II. During the war the German and then Allied troops flattened the 16th hole and used the 17th fairway as a runway, it was only in recent years that the 16th was restored - the hole now a fine short hole that looks across a lake toward the clubhouse. As with other Colt courses there are plenty of strong par threes here, including the 3rd, as well as some well used tumbling ground. The short par four 2nd with its slippery green is particularly good.
This golf course has a great cover of heather and some very picturesque trees and rolling outlooks, though in truth the golf holes lack the polish of somewhere like De Pan or Royal Haagsche.