- AddressVirketvej 44, 4863 Eskilstrup, Denmark
After an hour’s drive out of the capital, Copenhagen, you cross the bridge to the island of Falster where you’ll eventually find Falster Golfklub, built on land belonging to Skjørring Gods. The course was built in 1973 but the club didn't get off the ground until 1994.
The club reversed the nines in 2019 so the outward half now consists of tight, woodland holes, followed by more open holes on the inward half. The club's "Amen Corner" sequence arrives early at the 2nd, 3rd and 4th but there are other highlight holes such as the par five 17th which features a blind second shot over a hill as the fairway crosses an old defensive wall dating back many years.
Golf at Falster is certainly a walk with nature. The surrounding lakes and forests make the course a good place to listen out for local birdlife and, if you're lucky, catch the ocassional deer crossing the fairways. Streams also come into play so good club selection is vital when negotiating these natural hazards.
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