Hungary is landlocked in the centre of Europe by no fewer than seven different countries. Budapest, the lively capital, is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities with its laid-back café lifestyle, music scene and numerous cultural festivals. With art and architecture as well as fine embroidery, pottery and paintings, Hungary is a cultural haven.
Golf is broadening its appeal in Hungary and according to the Hungarian Golf Federation there are now fourteen golf facilities in operation across the country, seven 18-hole courses. seven 9-hole layouts and a couple of driving ranges. The majority of these are set within relatively easy reach of the capital, Budapest.
Pannonia Golf & Country Club at Alcsútdoboz was for a long time the premier 18-hole national course, but the emergence of the new Robert Trent Jones II course at Zala Springs in 2016 has eclipsed Pannonia at the top of the chart.
Our rankings of the Top 5 Golf Courses of Hungary were last updated in February 2020. Click the link to read the story.