Prolific Finnish architect Kosti Kuronen was responsible for the design of The Master and it opened for play in 1987.
Designed by the respected Finnish architect Kosti Kuronen, Kymen is laid out in a naturally forested area, with numerous water hazards around the property...
The Kerigolf course is laid out in a beautiful forest setting with pleasant changes in elevation throughout.
Designed by Henrik Wartiainen and originally opened in 1990 as a 27-hole amenity, Talma has since been expanded to its current 45-hole configuration.
The Old golf course at Sarfvik opened in 1984, seven years before its younger sibling arrived on the golfing scene. Laid out on flatter ground than the New, the Old course is dissected by a series of connected lakes and streams which bring water into play on five holes.
Helsinki Golf Club was Finland’s first golf course and it’s set within the grounds of Tali Manor and is routed over very pleasant parkland…
The 18-hole woodland course at Tawast Golf & Country Club is set about an hour’s drive to the north of Helsinki and was designed by architect Reijo Hillberg, who also fashioned the Seaside course at Pickala.
Located close enough to Finland’s west coast to enjoy occasional sea glimpses, the course at Kalajoki Golf is a par 73 layout that was routed across sandy, pine-flanked terrain by architect Pekka Sivula in 2002.
Designed by Jan Sederholm and opened in 1982, Espoo Golf Club, or Espoon Golfseura, is laid out over a wooded river valley with an out and back routing.
Built on the shoreline of the Gulf of Bothnia in 1989, the 18-hole Meri (Sea) course at the 27-hole Sea Golf Rönnäs is a seaside layout that tries to be a links but comes up a little short on ground game options.