Czech Republic

The Czech Republic (formerly Czechoslovakia) is a fascinating country with quaint cobbled streets and squares lined by the most fabulous architecture, some of which dates back to gothic and renaissance eras. The Czech Republic also produces world-class tennis players in Martina Navratilova and Ivan Lendl, but the best way to enjoy this wonderful country is to pull up a café chair and order a fine Czech beer. Who knows, you may even catch a glimpse of the next Eva Herzigova.

There’s a rich Czech golfing history too, dating back to 1904 when Karlovy Vary first opened for play. Now there are more than 100 courses in the Czech Republic serving more than 50,000 affiliated Czech golf club members. There are a number of fine courses too and we bring you the pick of the Czech layouts.

Our rankings of the Top 20 Golf Courses of the Czech Republic were last updated in January 2016. Click the link to read the story.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Czech Republic

Casa Serena

1st Czech Republic Ranking

The exclusive and private course at Casa Serena is routed with returning loops of nine holes over what was previously used as farmland, secluded from the modern world by dense forest.

Read More >>

Av. Reviewers Score:

Albatross

2nd Czech Republic Ranking

The Albatross golf course presents a mighty challenge when played from the championship tees and is laid out in two returning nines, each of which conclude with water-laden holes close to the resort's clubhouse.

Read More >>

Av. Reviewers Score:

Royal Marianske Lazne

3rd Czech Republic Ranking

Pine trees surround the Royal Marianske Lazne property and this majestic parkland golf course will test your driving skills and flatter your distances...

Read More >>

Av. Reviewers Score:

Karlovy Vary

4th Czech Republic Ranking

The Czech Republic is certainly steeped in history and the spa town of Karlovy Vary is romantic and enchanting. But we think that the classic Karlovy Vary golf course is well worth a visit in its own right.

Read More >>

Av. Reviewers Score:

Karlstejn

5th Czech Republic Ranking

The 6,433-yard course at Karlstejn Golf Resort lies in the grounds of Karlstejn Castle and is routed over a hilly, wooded landscape with limestone outcrops, ravines and a couple of lakes.

Read More >>

Av. Reviewers Score:

Ypsilon

6th Czech Republic Ranking

Ypsilon was designed by Austrian-based architect Keith Preston and it became an instant hit with local golfers when it opened for play...

Read More >>

Av. Reviewers Score:

Plzen

7th Czech Republic Ranking

Laid out in a wooded valley either side of the Klabava River, Golf Park Plzen is one of the best additions to the country’s portfolio of modern golf courses.

Read More >>

Av. Reviewers Score:

Kaskada - Brno (Wooden & Stone)

8th Czech Republic Ranking

Situated close to the historic South Moravian city of Brno, the Kaskáda Golf Resort offers golfers three 9-hole circuits and the premier 18-hole combination is considered to be the Wooden and Stone nines.

Read More >>

Av. Reviewers Score:

Kuneticka Hora

9th Czech Republic Ranking

Laid out on a plain beneath Mount Kunìtická, a cone-shaped hill topped by a 15th-century castle ruin, the Kuneticka Hora fairways spread out round three large lakes on an imposing 350-acre site.

Read More >>

Av. Reviewers Score:

Ostravice

10th Czech Republic Ranking

A Chris Johnson design that first opened for play in 2008, the Ostravice golf course is situated in the foothills of the picturesque Beskydy Mountain region, close to the Czech Republic’s border with Slovakia and Poland.

Read More >>

Av. Reviewers Score: