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Bjaavann

Kristiansand S, Agder
Kristiansand S, Agder
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  • AddressØstre Ålefjærvei 195, 4634 Kristiansand S, Norway

The course here at Bjaavann Golf Club opened in 2006 and it’s based around Lake Bjaavann. Five holes hug the edge of the water and the remaining fairways traverse dense forest, rocky outcrops and wandering streams as they take the golfer on a wonderful woodland journey.

The signature hole at Bjaavann is the 170-yard 8th, the second of back-to-back par three holes on the front nine. Played from an elevated tee high above the level of the lake, golfers take aim at a green that juts out into the water with a large bunker placed front left to catch any timid tee shots.

Robert Trent Jones II thinks very highly of the location chosen for this development: “The good people of the Bjaavann Golfklubb have truly provided a wonderful canvas to create golf art. This extraordinary site embodies all the many beautiful characteristics with which Norway is blessed. It is our job to merely discover and unveil a great golf experience while respecting Mother Nature”.

The course here at Bjaavann Golf Club opened in 2006 and it’s based around Lake Bjaavann. Five holes hug the edge of the water and the remaining fairways traverse dense forest, rocky outcrops and wandering streams as they take the golfer on a wonderful woodland journey.

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Robert Trent Jones Jr.

As a teenager, RTJ2 worked for his father, learning how to run a bulldozer. His dad paid him the union rate for the job and he used the money for flying lessons, obtaining his pilot’s license aged sixteen.

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