We should be watching this one with interest. An indoor golf arena just outside of Amsterdam has been planned since 2008 , before the world economy nose dived. It was originally planned to open three years ago but it now looks as though there is new investment to go ahead with the ambitious build. Plans for the world’s largest and diverse indoor training facility with 20 pro tee simulators, 1400 square metres of synthetic grass produced by Jack Nicklaus design, a 34 bay roof top range, 28 practice bays 4 star 150 room hotel, pro shop, restaurant and business facilities with a futuristic design in the shape of a putter head. Golf is the fastest growing sport in Holland and it already has an indoor facility in the Greater Amsterdam area. It’s been a long time coming, but this could provide a European centre of excellence that would attract a large tourist trade.