Moss & Rygge - Norway

Moss & Rygge Golfklubb,
Evjetangen 15,
1570 Dilling,
Norway


  • +47 69 26 27 00

  • Åge Erichsen

  • Jeremy Turner

  • Jørgen Hillås

Englishman Jeremy Turner designed the course at Moss & Rygge, just south of Oslo, and the layout is routed across former farmland which lies close to the dramatic Oslofjord bay.

Opened in 2003, the course measures a shade over 7,000 yards from the back markers and it plays to every inch of its sizeable dimensions. The round starts and ends with double doglegged par fives and, indeed, there are three such long holes (one over 600 yards) in the first seven played.

There is a lovely stretch of holes from the 12th to 16th where natural ponds and streams add both beauty and danger in equal measure. The best of these holes are the short par four 13th which has a pond to the right of the green (and a stream running across the fairway in front of the putting surface) and the 156-yard par three 14th where the tee shot has to carry all the way to an island green.

Norway has over 150 courses and many, like Moss & Rygge, close from mid/late October until March so don’t expect to play too much winter golf in this part of the world!

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Description: Englishman Jeremy Turner designed the course at Moss & Rygge and the layout is routed across former farmland which lies close to the dramatic Oslofjord bay. Rating: 5 out of 6 Reviews: 2

Moss & Rygge - Photo by JanGreat park/forest course. Fairly long at 6100 meters from club tees, good bunkering and challenging greens, add some waterhazards here and there and you got a nice challenge on your hands. Notable holes 1,3,4,5,7,13,14,15 and 16. I like hole 13 due to it's quirkyness, par 4 290 meters, severly downhill teeshot, approach to a large green with a brook in front, the reason I like this hole is that it leaves you with several options of play, and the approach always challenges you.
5 / 6
Moss & Rygge
September 23, 2010


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Fantastic course in the rolling farmlands at the banks of the Oslofjord! Beautiful nature with ponds, rivers and broadleaf forests.Greens are top notch whole season (sometimes open all year) Maybe the best greens in norway, due to mild winters and excellent greenkeeping.Plenty of hazards to punish off-center hits; bunkers, water and deep rough is ready to get on your nerves. Some spectacular tees on the backnine. Well worth a visit if you are in the region. 45 minutes drive south from Oslo.Good facilities, with restaurant, proshop, top-notch practice areas.
5 / 6
Moss & Rygge
July 20, 2009


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