Åke Personin designed the 18-hole Kartano golf course and it’s a tale of two halves with a fairly flat and open front side leading to a heavily wooded back nine that features interesting elevation changes.
The fairways of the Castle course at Ålands Golf Club are laid out adjacent to Slottsundet Bay, whilst the shorter King’s course lies further inland, occupying hillier, more densely forested terrain...
The three 18-hole courses at Pickala Golf Club are part of the Pickala Village holiday resort golf facility which also includes a partly covered range, putting and pitching greens, short game area and practice course.
Set out close to the sparkling waters of Lake Syväri, the New course was the second Jan Sederholm-designed course to be unveiled at Takho Golf Club when it debuted in 2008.
Ron Fream laid out 27 holes at Oulun and they opened for play in 1992. A further nine holes were added in 2005, creating the Sanki and Vaara 18-hole courses.
Fairways flanked by mature trees lend a tranquil ambience to the round on Sarfvik's New course and afford the golfer a feeling of complete isolation from the outside world.
The course at Hirsala Golf Club is a 2007 David Jones design that lies a half an hour’s drive to the west of Helsinki. It was chosen by the national golf authority to host the Finnish Open four years after it first opened for play.
Pickala is the largest golf facility in Finland with three 18-hole courses and a short 9-hole par three layout. Reijo Hillberg, who also laid out Pickala’s Seaside track, designed the Park course.
The parkland Kalkki-Petteri course at St Laurence Golf Club was designed by Kosti Kuronen and is the eldest of the two 18-hole courses at this very progressive Finnish facility.
The seaside course at Yyteri was founded in 1988 as a golf and tennis facility but was renamed in the late 1990s to Yyteri Golf Links when the tennis disappeared. The course is set close to the famous Yyteri Beach, which measures 6 kilometres and is one of Finland’s longest.