Review for Karlovy Vary

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One of the most traditional championship courses located in the west Spa-/Golf-corner of the Czech Republic, founded 1904, and since 1933 relocated to the current premises. It is the best example of the Czech parkland course with combination of strategic and risk/reward holes, in particular the great par 5s 6th, 9th and 11th. Few holes are even heather- and/or whin-lined and with magnificent views on the surrounding Ore Mountains. Sometimes the more links-golf related rules may be deployed here, as some of the holes are occupied by large colony of Pouched Marmot, the most western one in the world. The downside of the course is the location next to main road, which makes the 6th, 7th and 8th holes very noisy place. We might just hope, that the club will take care of it. Recently, some of the tees and fairways suffered badly repeated wild boar attacks, especially on the 14th and 15th hole.

Date: January 20, 2016

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