Golf and Country Club Seddiner See was founded in 1994.
A deciding criteria for the clubs location was due its close proximity to Berlin, allowing Berlin golfers easy access via the highway.
Apart from the unique convenience of transport links, the especially spacious dimensions of the golfing facility are very impressive.
The area includes approx. 180 hectares, an expanse as big as Monaco. The driving range was opened in 1995. This was followed by the opening of our North Course in the summer of 1996 (architect Rainer Preiβmann). In the spring of 1997 the club was completed with the opening of our South course (architect Robert Trent Jones Jr.) and elegant clubhouse. The president, at that time, and today’s honourable president Ferdinand Fürst von Bismarck received the honour of playing the first shot.
Eleven new lakes were built on the two 18-hole championship courses and thousands of trees and bushes were planted.
These new environmental conditions, along with our ongoing commitment to protecting and preserving the environment have increased the variety of bird species to a third over the years. Kingfishers, red milans, sea eagles, ducks, swans and many other species of birds have now become native to this area.
While the South Course followed a more American design criteria, a classic landscape golf facility came into being on the North Course. Developed in accordance with the traditions and use of forms that one finds in English landscape parks, replacing the former areas of arable land.
Both championship courses offer advanced golfing pleasure to players of all levels. The South Course is one of the three most sophisticated courses in Berlin/Brandenburg.