Golf Courses in Estonia

Niitvälja Golf

Niitvälja Golf

The first golf course in the Baltic Countries.
Although the course cannot boast with big altitude differences, its mildly sloping landscapes, numerous water hazards and fairways lined by dense forest make the play interesting and require a precise playing strategy.

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Estonian Golf & Country Club - Sea Course

Estonian Golf & Country Club - Sea Course

- A Golf World's Top 100 European Course
- Venue of the 2009 and 2011 Omega Mission Hills World Cup European Qualifier
- A European Tour Course
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Saare Golf

Saare Golf

Alongside the medieval town of Kuressaare on Estonia's largest island of Saaremaa, served by Kuressaare's international airport, visitors will discover one of the premier golfing destinations in the Baltics. Carved out of a majestic natural setting, the course layout takes advantage of nature's handiwork to offer a memorable challenge to golfers of every skill level.

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White Beach Golf

White Beach Golf

The White Beach Golf course, designed by DASafa architect Kosti Kuronen, is an 18-hole links type course. The course was opened in 2005 and is an ample challenge for professionals, however, also offering the enjoyment of succeeding in golf for beginners.
As a special character of the White Beach Golf course is the Audru River bordering the course with several other water areas and "dune views" which add to the challenge of the game and offer a breathtaking image of the course.

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Otepää Golf Club

Otepää Golf Club

Picturesque 18-holes Championship golf course situated in few minutes car drive from Estonian winter capital Otepää was designed by architect Pekka Wesamaa. Otepää Golf Centre is a positive exception among the Estonian Golf courses. Without doubt the greens are the best in Baltics and the course is unique and permanently entertaining due to the natural challenges.

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Suuresta Golf

Suuresta Golf

The golf course is located in Suuresta and is the closest golf course to the center of Tallinn. There is a 19 km and only a 20-minute drive south from the city centre of Tallinn conveniently close to the highway and airport in the direction of Tartu. The site includes beautiful undulating hills and has a rich Estonian countryside flora.

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Estonian Golf & Country Club - Stone Course

Estonian Golf & Country Club - Stone Course

The nine-hole Stone Course lies on a bed of limestone and its fairways are lined by juniper bushes, traditional stone walls and the ever present ice-age rocks found throughout the course.

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Pärnu Bay Golf Links

Pärnu Bay Golf Links

Just two kilometers from the city of Pärnu is Tahkuranna, home of the Pärnu Bay Golf Links. Tahkuranna takes its Estonian name from its sandstone substrate, which serves as the basis for its stunning natural beauty where forest meets sea, creating the sandy soil and coastline as well as the gentle sea breeze that are the very definition of a links course.

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