Take advantage of an exceptional and varied site

The only 18-hole (par 72) Belgian course created by architect and golf champion Gary Player in 1990, it is designed to offer a variety of particularly competitive playing situations. Covering 120 hectares with a vast plateau and a small wooded valley, it is suitable for all levels. The quality of the terrain and the joint infrastructure guarantee an unforgettable golfing experience on an undulating course. Access to the course is reserved for players with a federal card and a minimum handicap of 36.

Ferme du Grand Scley
5372 Méan
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Course hole by hole

Plan parcours 18 trous de Méan

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    Vue du parcours
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    Five Nations
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    couché de soleil
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    Vue du ciel
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Gary Player
Gary Player

Our golf courses are the work of architects, Five Nations was naturally designed by God.

Born in Johannesburg in 1935, Gary Player was the youngest child in a family of little means. His father managed to buy him his first equipment. At the age of 18, he became a professional golfer.
He was one of only 5 golfers to win all 4 of the Tour's major tournaments. His career as a golfer was coupled with a career as a golf architect. Most of his projects were built in the USA and South America, but also in a number of emerging countries. In Europe, he designed 12 golf courses, including Five Nations.

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