Simons Golf Club is located in the town of Humlebaek, about 20 miles north of Copenhagen, the terminus of the coastal area popularly known as Denmark's Whiskey Trail. The winding, coastal road from the Danish capital to Humlebaek shows off some of the grandest homes in the country; the area is also informally called the Danish Riviera and Millionaires Row.
Simons is one of the most expensive golf courses in Denmark and consequently has quite a few wealthy businessmen as members. You have to be a member to play here, as is the case through much of Europe, but it's not hard for outsiders to get a tee time.
Opened in 1992, Simons is very green course with some nice, moderate elevation changes over gently rolling terrain. It's a little inland, but you can still see Sweden across the narrow Oresund Strait from some of the higher spots.
The club features a driving range, three putting greens, a par-3 course with six holes, an indoor training center with a golf simulator, a restaurant, a pub, a bistro, a pro shop and a library.