Pärnu Bay - Estonia

Pärnu Bay Golf Links,
Klubi tee 1,
Reiu village,

  • +372 443 3030

  • Peter Nyberg

  • Lassi Pekka Tilander

  • None

Opened for play in 2015, the course at Pärnu Bay Golf Links was set out by Lassi Pekka Tilander, the Finnish architect who was also responsible for designing the 27-hole facility at the Estonian some eight years earlier.

The course is situated on a narrow strip of land in a stunning coastal setting where the forest meets the sea at Pärnu Bay, featuring wide fairways, expansive sandy waste areas and multi-tiered greens.

There are too many trees and small lagoons for it to be considered a classic links in the true sense of what you’d expect to find in Scotland or Ireland but, for this part of the world, it’s nothing short of a golfing wonder.

The designer had this to say when asked to comment on the course’s most distinctive holes:

"On a calm day, the toughest hole is the 11th, a par three measuring 215 meters from the back tee to a raised green. On a windy day, the last four holes going along the shoreline will make the game a struggle for survival.

Our signature hole is the par five 18th returning to the clubhouse. It’s not long, but with a 180-degree sea view, it’s the hole that will be remembered."
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