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There is more to Tyrifjord than just the golf! In addition to great scenery, Storøya offers a trip through Norwegian history back as far as the Middle Ages with its links to the Vikings, and the development of Christianity in Norway when the island offered refuge for pilgrims from all over Northern Europe on their way to Nidaros catherdral in what is now the city of Trondheim.
A Viking grave can be seen on hole 4, and other reminders of the history of the island can be found all around the course.
The 18 hole/par 72 course was opened in June 2006 and is landscaped around the idyllic Bjaavann lake. From the clubhouse, you can overlook 14 of the holes, and water is in play at almost all of them. In addition 41 bunkers is waiting. You can choose from 6 tees with course length from a modest 3863 meters to our championship course at 6410 meters.
Upon reviewing the construction progress, Robert Trent Jones Jr. stated: "The good people of the Bjaavann Golfklubb have truly provided us with a wonderful canvas to create golf art. This extraordinary site embodies all the many beautiful characteristics with that Norway is blessed. It is our job to merely discover and unveil a great golf experience while respecting Mother Nature."
While the golf course embraces the natural gifts of the site, such as rock outcroppings, beautiful stands of mature trees, meandering rivers and the fjord-like lake, it is the excitement and challenges (and unfortunately sometimes the frustration) the golfer encounters throughout this lovely journey that truly creates lasting memories for all those lucky enough to play the course. No wonder the course is regularly rated among the top 5 courses in Norway and has hosted several of our national championships.
The course has a nice clubhouse with a modest restaurant and ProShop, driving range and putting & chipping green. Golf clubs, buggies and trolleys are available for rent.
Losby Golf Club
Losby Golf Club is situated in the beautiful Losby Valley, in Lørenskog, only 20 minutes by car from Oslo city centre.
The facility consists of 27 holes (18 + 9), driving range and good practice facilities. On-site you will find Losby Gods, a popular conference hotel with 70 rooms and great facilities. We also have Norway’s only Nike Concept Golf Store and Europe’s largest Trackman simulator centre for the winter months.
Losbys challenging Championship course, Østmork (par 72), is situated on both sides of the Losby river, and is designed by renowned Swedish golf course architect Peter Nordwall. The course is characterized by its large greens, varied holes, the winding river, and by being a challenge to players on all levels.
Losby has hosted large events on the Ladies European Tour, Nordea Tour, and latest on the European Challenge Tour in 2013.
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Österåkers Golf Club
Österåkers GK has two 18-hole courses with the same high quality. They are moorland courses where Västerled is a typical championship course and Österled a more forgiving but technically challenging course. There is a restaurant and a practice area.
Österled is an easier heathland course par 72, with friendly character, a traditional path in open terrain. Very appreciated by all categories of golfers. There are golf carts for rent. Only Softspikes may be used. Dogs are not allowed.
Västerled is a tough and decisive course, par 72. The course has three times hosted the Compaq Open on the women's European tour plus various competitions with EM and SM status. Many holes are tricky with waterhazards that must be considered. There are golf carts for rent. Only softspikes may be used. Dogs are not allowed.
Bokskogens Golf Club
Kalmar Golf Club
Forsgårdens Golf Klubb
Forsgårdens Golf Klubb is a beautiful 27-hole open parkland golf course. The open terrain, nearness to the river and prevalent wind gives Forsgården GK a seaside character and playability.
The reputation of Forsgården's par 72, 18-hole golf course comes from hosting The Volvo Scandinavian Masters in 1993 and 1996. Lee Westwood had his international breakthrough at Forsgården, winning the 1996 Scandinavian Masters.
The par 36, nine-hole course is just as rewarding. Its nine holes allows members and guests to enjoy an exciting challenge in a shorter amount of time.
The clubhouse at Forsgårdens GK creates a welcoming backdrop for members and guests to meet and enjoy warm and sunny summer days and evenings. The restaurant is open all year offering a great menu for lunch and dinner, with a full service bar and a coffee shop for lighter fare.
The driving range and practice greens are open to golfers for warm up before a round or to work on lowering your handicap.
Of course, Forsgården GK has a fully stocked professional shop. Here you will find everything you need to take your golf game to a new level. Henrik Dihné is the professional at Forsgårdens GK. He provide all the teaching and training as well as operate a golf store that is stocked with the current trends in golf fashion and equipment.
With extensive expertise in the profession and the experience of playing professional golf worldwide, the staff at Forsgårdens GK can help you achieve your goals in golf.
Estonian Golf & Country Club
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Esbjerg Golf Club
Ledreborg Palace Golf
Ledreborg Palace Golf Club is a member-driven golf club founded in 2007. The buildings and the land are owned by Ledreborg Palace.
We offer good facilities for you to practice your short game and we have a big driving range and indoor training facilities. The clubhouse contains conference rooms, nice locker rooms, pro shop/secretariat, bar and restaurant.
Sir Nick Faldo won 6 Major championships, 39 ET Tour wins and reprecented Europe in 11 Ryder Cup matches and even Ryder Cup Captain for Team Europe. The course design at Ledreborg is the only Faldo Design in Scandinavia. This is Faldo Design´ thoughts of our course:
This 18-hole championship-standard golf course weaves its way through the sumptuous grounds that border Ledreborg Palace, a landmark that is still home to an aristocratic Danish family. Rolling across undulating swathes of ancient farmland and woodland, this historic piece of land forms a stunning backdrop to a strategically challenging round of first-class golf.
Ledreborg Palace has been a real labour of love for everyone involved with the project and, once the course has had a chance to mature, this will be an absolutely beautiful round of golf. The process of bringing the course to life was a particularly interesting one and demanded a keen sensitivity towards a site that is steeped in history. With ancient burial grounds and many points of archaeological interest to consider, we worked to an absolute minimum level of earth movement here; this has meant that we have routed the golf course through an existing landscape that we have barely touched – it really has been a case of finding rather than imposing a course upon the land. However, this has not affected the immense playability and strong sense of strategy across all eighteen holes at Ledreborg Palace. I’m confident that golfers of all abilities will find a golfing experience amongst this historic woodland that is engaging and immensely enjoyable.