With a large number of places is the highest concentration of golf courses in Denmark in the Zealand Region. In Noth Zealand, you will find some of the oldest and most popular golf courses in Scandinavia. It can get a bit crowded, but luckily, there are so many places in the region that you never have to go far to find next free place. In the rest of Zealand, there are several golf courses with many great offers worth a visit - Golf&Hotel has the best-golfing offers for you, whether you are looking for a hotel on the golf course or golf packages.
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The 18 hole Halsted Kloster Golfklub (1995) was formerly known as 'Vestlollands Golfklub'. The 200 year old forest manager house, sets the frame for the social life of the club. From here there is a great view of the putting-green and some of the first holes of the course.
The 36 hole Skjoldenæsholm Golf Center is one of Denmark's best and most beautiful golf locations. It is located in historic surroundings with Skjoldenæsholm Gods and close Zealand's highest point Gyldenløves High. The golf center offers two excellent courses, with a thoughtful architecture and hilly terrain to challenge golfers of all levels.
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The Dragsholm Golf Club is located at the foot of Vejrhøj Arch in a beautiful landscape, offering challenges for golfers of all levels. The facility consists of an 18 hole championship course, a 9 hole intermediate course and a 9 hole par 3 Pay and Play course.
The Odsherred Golfklub (1967) is set in the beautifully meandering wooded parkland of Odsherred and consists of two spectacular courses. The layout of the course is succesfully blending in with the rural parkland location. The varied 18 hole par 71 course takes you through forests of mature beeches and pines. The 9 hole Pay and Play course is considered the most attractive 9 hole course in the region.
The 18 hole Falster Golfklub (1973) is laid out on Falster, only 90 minutes from Copenhagen. It is a park and forest golf course with peacefulness and lots of wildlife. It is a true golf experience in which nature adds extra challenges to the game. The course provides a varied golf experience with anything from great park layouts to narrow fairways with forest on both sides.
The 18 hole Holbæk Golfklub was founded in 1964 as a 9-hole course on an islet - Kirsebærholmen - in Holbaek Fjord. The course was designed by Frederik Dreyer and was basically a seaside course. The location is unique, and Kirsebærholmen is one of the few places in Denmark where you can still find pristine meadows and a rich and varied birdlife.
The 18-hole Maribo Sø Golfclub (1989) is located in one of the EU designated Natura 2000 area close to the town of Maribo. The challenging and exiting golf course runs through the Maribo Lakes Nature Park. The second 9 holes are located along the shores of the lake, where you can enjoy the beautiful views of the scenic lake.
The 27-hole Marielyst Golf Klub is Denmark's southernmost golf course. It is located in Falster close to Marielyst Strand, the best beach in Denmark. Enjoy a fair course with a mix of forest holes and open fairways, where lakes and canals are natural obstacles.
The 18 hole Rønnede Golf Club is a challenging and scenic par-71 course located in a historic Moray countryside. Although the course is not long, it offers a wide range of challenges. The many different levels and gradients makes the course a special experience.
The 18-hole Storstrømmen Golfklub (1995) is located in Falster just outside of Nykøbing. The golf course is surrounded by lakes and forests and can be divided into three landscape zones. Therefore when playing "Storstrømmen" you will get three slightly different impressions of nature.
The Trelleborg Golfklub Slagelse is situated in the south western part of Sealand. It is an open and pleasant golf course of international format. The Golfklub has 33 holes, an 18 holes international PGA-course, a 9 hole Pay & Play Course and an 6 hole par 3 course.