The Golf Club and its captain offer members numerous opportunities to meet up. Lunches arranged throughout the year allow members to meet at the Cercle for a convivial moment. During the golf season, the Cercle’s team takes part in various matches and the traditional major inter-club tournaments.
During the year, members offer one another the opportunity to discover new golf courses with beautiful greens. Lastly, at the end of winter, a golf trip specifically designed for members and their wives is also provided.
A core of loyal supporters regularly meets up at Cuban cigar tasting dinners. The person responsible for this activity takes care to vary the region, whilst remaining intransigent on the subject of the quality of the cigars. A surprise epicurean, devotee guest attends each meeting (Zini Davidoff to name but one).
Like a good many of its members, the Cercle is keen on beautiful, special cars or better still, their ancestors. So every year the Cercle arranges trips to allow “aficionados” to discover beautiful regions. Those bitten by the bug of beautiful upholstery and spellbinding engines regularly meet up for a friendly lunch: a real forum for exchanging information, tips and good ideas. Enthusiasts and owners of such jewels cannot miss taking part in these meetings.
The Cercle regularly arranges dinners where speakers linked to the world of hunting and fishing come to share their enthusiasm for nature and fauna with our members. The Cercle also organises hunting and fishing trips in Belgium and abroad, whilst clay pigeon shooting also brings together a great many connoisseurs each year.
Several times a year the Cercle suggests some four to five day trips for members and their wives. These jaunts are meant to be cultural, fun-filled and entertaining. At the preparatory stage for these mini-trips, information lunches and dinners are organised so as to be better able to meet members’ expectations.
Cercle members who are motorbike enthusiasts can share their “on two wheels” experiences during motorbike dinners and outings arranged regularly by the Cercle. Whether they take place around a convivial table or on roads stretching out across countryside that is different every time, the purpose of these activities is to weave a real bond between machine and rider. The idea is, above all, to cultivate, between friends, a taste for great performance, an enthusiasm for design and pleasure in the sport in its widest sense.
Members of the Cercle Bridge Club get together once a month to exercise and perfect their skills. What is more they take part in numerous matches and challenges throughout the year, including the traditional inter-Cercle “duplicate bridge” tournament followed by dinner and a mini tournament.
Lots of members are enthusiastic sailors. Sea trips are regularly organised and members get together at lunches several times a year to talk about their sailing experiences. All the fundamental aspects of sailing are discussed in a lively and enthusiastic way: theory, practice, events, human adventures, unusual yachts etc.
Our Cercle has just set up a new club: the Tennis Club. Club captain, René Grootaert, will offer you all kinds of activities, including tournaments that cannot be overlooked.