Barseback Master course is a brilliant course with a great variety. The majority of the holes are in the pine forest, where tall, mature pines are surrounding the fairways. Here the main hazard is the trees. The rough is short in most places, and they only have branches in the top – so it is easy to find your ball. After seven holes, the course suddenly comes out into the open. Four holes along the sea give a great variety to the course, along with some fresh sea air after being in the forest. The Masters course is long, even played from the yellow club tees. The greens are in excellent condition and very fast. The fairways are also short and in excellent condition. This course is surely good. If you are looking for a less crowded course, try the Donald Steel, which is shorter, but more narrow.
Date: May 20, 2008