Hedmark Golfklubb was created by a merger of Høsbjør Golfklubb and Elverum Golfklubb in late 1983. Construction of the course began four years later and the first nine holes were ready for play in the autumn of 1988.
The clubhouse and this initial 9-hole layout were officially opened in the spring of 1990 and by September of the following year, the course had been expanded to eighteen holes.
Elverum Golfklubb was then re-established in 1993, following the bankruptcy of Hedmark Golfklubb.
Today, the course extends to 6,315 metres from the back tees with holes arranged as two returning nines, both of which conclude with testing par fives: the 510-metre 9th doglegs left from tee to green and the 18th veers right towards a water-protected home green.
Other holes of note include the shortest of the par threes at the 150-metre 8th, where the green is circled by four menacing bunkers; the short par four 12th which narrows considerably as the fairway slides left to right towards the green; and the final par three at the 17th, with the green protected by a pond to the front left of the offset putting surface