Designed by Jan Sederholm, the course at Sorø Golfklub is set across an undulating landscape to the north of Lake Tystrup in Zealand. Measuring 6,099 metres from the back markers, it plays to a par of 71 (out in 36, back in 35).
Occupying a property of around 135 acres, the course is set out as two returning nines, each of which starts with a par five hole. Unusually, a round here ends with a par three, which is the fifth short hole on the scorecard.
Highlight holes include a couple of left doglegging par fours at the 8th and 15th: two small ponds lie to the left of the fairway on the former while a larger body of water needs to be carried on the latter to reach the green.
The 526-metre 16th is probably the toughest hole on the layout, with out of bounds to the left and a large irrigation pond to the right. The fairway then turns 90 degrees right beyond the water towards a long, sand-protected putting surface.