The European Senior Tour returns to The Netherlands for the first time in nine years when Royal Haagsche Golf and Country Club hosts the inaugural Van Lanschot Senior Open.
The Royal Haagsche Golf and Country Club – more commonly known simply as The Hague - was founded in 1893 and is located six kilometres north of the city of The Hague, the Netherlands’ seat of government. It is the oldest golf club in the Netherlands. The club hosted the first Dutch Open in 1912 and then on 18 subsequent occasions in the period up to 1981.
The Senior Tour previously visited the Netherlands for the Legends in Golf, England’s Michael Slater winning at Prise d’Eau in 1999. Crayestein Golf hosted the event in 2000 and 2001 with John Grace of the United States and Australian David Good capturing the title.