Rafael Sundblom designed the original 9 holes at Orebro Golf Club (now known as Lannalodge Golf Resort) in 1939 and Alfred Berglund expanded the course to a full 18-hole layout in 1962. Nils Sköld made further modifications and many of the greens have been improved in recent times.
A classic Swedish wooded parkland course laid out on slightly hill terrain, Lannalodge demands accuracy around the course as many of its slightly doglegged, tree-lined fairways are tight in places, especially on the front nine. The par three 3rd is regarded as one of the best short holes in the country.
Lanna lodge is currently ranked as Swedens 13th best golf course and the course is really good. It is a flat park course and has some water. The course and restaurant are really good and up to date. The best spot at this golf resort is in my opinion in the spa after a round or two. The on site pizzeria is good and restaurant is also good. The best holes are holes 2,3,10,18 all for Diferant reasons but they all bring something extra to the table. I have heard from many that they find that this course plays long but for a 20 hcp there wil be no problems. The course is not that scenic but it is all about golf. And this course always delivers when it is open. I have played in excess of 500 rounds here and delivers every time. They are currently rebuilding holes 1 and 18 and hopefully this will give an even better experience. I would recommend playing the course from June to September.