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100 miles E of Prague via the D11/E67
The Nová Amerika Country Club is recognized as one of the top leisure destinations in the Czech Republic. It’s not just a golf complex though, as it offers a wide variety of sporting pursuits, from archery and volleyball to equestrianism – which is only fitting on an estate where horses have been bred for many years.
Complementing the 27-hole golf course, 18-hole academy course, driving range and practice area, there are three hotel buildings and a restaurant which, along with a riding hall, form a large courtyard containing a massive open air grill.
Designed by Stephan Freidreich and opened in 2002, the three 9-hole courses at Nová Amerika each have their own design influences – “Woodland” is typically European, “Maple Hills” has an American feel to it and “Bohemian Garden” contains Scottish links elements.
The championship 18-hole layout is considered to be the first two of these three courses. “Woodland” is the longest loop and, like “Maple Hills,” it contains a daunting pair of back-to-back par fives towards the end of its 9-hole circuit. Water features at several holes with a stream cutting across holes 1 and 2 and a pond lurking alongside the par three 3rd hole.
Nová Amerika Country Club closed in 2017 and we're unclear as to whether or not the facility will reopen.