Do you need new bridges for your golf course? Then choose the durable and low-maintenance bridges from InfraCore® Golf Bridges. These are made of extremely strong composite. You will find our bridges on golf courses all over the world.

Composite Golf bridges from FiberCore Europe are incredibly easy to install thanks to their lightweight construction. As a result, this corrugated bridge does not require a foundation. We make our bridges in our Rotterdam factory and transport them to the site in one go. There we bring the bridge into place without damaging the golf course. We can also float the bridge to the location.

Low maintenance

You hardly have to worry about a composite bridge. In fact, it is virtually maintenance-free. This has everything to do with the material. Composite is insensitive to moisture and mold, UV and extreme temperatures. Occasional cleaning is sufficient for a permanently beautiful appearance.

Standard composite Golf bridges

Spans > 3 to 14 meters (with increments of 25 cm)

Width > 1 to 3 meters (with increments of 25 cm)

Delivery time > if not in stock, within 10 weeks

Traffic class > InfraCore® Golf Bridge

See your bridge in real time!

Use the InfraCore® Golf Bridge Configurator to place your bridge - using your smartphone - on the golf course. Change colors, handrails and sizes. See the result live. And request a quote right away.

Our Golf bridges

Choose maintenance-free, too!

Also choose a low-maintenance and durable composite bridge. We deliver it completely according to your wishes. Would you like to know more about the possibilities? Or would you like a quick quote? Our consulting team is ready for you.

Our secret? InfraCore® Inside

You can fully rely on our bridges. After all, they are extremely strong. This is thanks to our unique InfraCore® technology. We developed this technology specifically for building extremely robust panels, without internal bonding or bolted joints. The technology is based on the principle that there is a continuous structural connection of glass fibers between the top and bottom of the structure. This prevents delamination and ensures that our bridges maintain their strength and rigidity.