Natural landscapes and versatile seasons make Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania) a popular and great golfing destination. There are a number of golf courses designed by professional golf course architects that have been appreciated by experienced fans of this sport. It is the quality of the golf courses and services provided which attract increasingly more people every year. Most courses are usually open from April until November.
Despite the fact that each country has its own national language and the majority of residents communicate in it, English is widely understood. Due to Baltic countries being so small countries, many tourist attractions can also be visited during a golf holiday.
Pärnu Bay Golf in Estonia, is a versatile golf complex that has five par-3 tracks in addition to an 18-hole course and a driving range for longer or shorter strokes. This is the first links-type course in the Baltic countries with a length of 4,500 to 6,200 m. The Pärnu Bay Golf Links golf course has been included in the top 100 golf courses in the world in 2020 list.
Ozo Golf Club, the course has 18 holes, with a total distance of 6400 meters from the back tees. It`s one of the most technologically advanced courses in Northern Europe. In 2002, Ozo Golf Club received an award as the Best Natural Architecture Project in Latvia.
V Golf Club in Lithuania, situated among 350 acres of the resort’s beautiful grounds, our 6 312 meters/ Par 72 golf course has been constructed to USGA specification greens, complimented with sand based fairways, and is the only PGA design golf course in the Baltic States. Modern design combines the best elements of Scottish Links with American golf course architecture.
Golf clubhouse for Special Event Rentals
Visiting a golf restaurant is also an important ingredient of the whole golfing experience. It`s common in the Baltics to hold important meetings outside of the office. The clubhouse is a great venue for fruitful discussions.
Golf Clubhouse with a stunning view is a perfect venue for weddings and other milestone events.
While the golf courses are closed for approximately six months a year, most golf restaurants are still open also during the winter season for special functions and events.
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