Who said the padel and the Golf were incompatible? The club of 7 fountains in Belgium has chosen to bring the two sports to life in harmony for the pleasure of amateurs.

An idyllic setting and an innovative concept

Located in the heart of a sumptuous 100 hectare estate, just 15 minutes from Brussels, the Golf de 7 Fountains is one of the most beautiful golf courses in the kingdom.

This classified site has just acquired 3 tracks of padel. According to Douglas weymeersch et Victoria DeKepper (the owners of this club), these courts were built “in order to create harmony between these two sports which are golf and padel. That's why we founded a new entity, completely independent and called " Seven Club ". Members of the golf course benefit from favorable conditions. They do not have to pay an entrance fee. But the club, recognized by the Federation of padel, is obviously open to everyone “.

Many golf enthusiasts have fallen in love with the discipline and the ultimate goal is to combine these two sports: “tournaments will be organized, as well as introductory courses (for young and old). […] But also a concept of team-building for companies with, on the program, days focused on golf and padel".

The notion of “club” as a common point

The “club” spirit is a concept common to both disciplines. Hence the incorporation of a common clubhouse for loyal golfers and their new colleagues from the padel. This clubhouse has a beautiful terrace, in particular allowing budding athletes to have a nightcap, often well deserved. It should also be noted that the club mainly works only with local suppliers in order to offer “fair trade” products (which respect fair trade).

Regarding the prices: for members, the price of one hour is € 8 per person during the week (and € 12 for non-members) and € 10 per person at weekends (€ 15 for non-members).

If you are fond of padel and that you are passing through Brussels, do not hesitate to visit this exceptional setting!

Nasser Hoverini

Passionate about football, I discovered the padel in 2019. Since then, it's been crazy love with this sport to the point of abandoning my favorite sport.