Meland Golf Club is already receiving accolades as one of Europe's best new venues and the course looks good, with a unique setting among forests, lakes and mountains.
Stiklestad Golf Club is considered by many to be one of the most challenging courses in Norway, as it is quite narrow and the penal rough and trees lining the fairways can quickly ruin a good score.
Situated a couple of miles to the east of Stavanger Airport, Sola Golf Klubb was founded in 1992 and it has developed over the years into a National Training Centre for the Norwegian Golf Federation.
Larvik Golf Club is set on the edge of Larvik Fjord and is naturally influenced by sea breezes.
Englishman Jeremy Turner designed the course at Moss & Rygge and the layout is routed across former farmland which lies close to the dramatic Oslofjord bay.
Vestfold Golf Club was established in 1958 so it’s one of the oldest in Norway. Jeremy Turner updated the open parkland course and his new layout opened in 2002.
Losby hosted the European Ladies Tour SAS Masters in 2007 – true recognition that the Østmork course is one of the very best in Norway.
Situated just north east of Oslo, the 18-hole golf course at Hauger Golf Club is yet another modern classic from the drawing board of Jeremy Turner.
Measuring 6,715 yards from the back markers, the 18-hole course at Sorknes Golf Club lies within a beautiful pine forest in the valley of Osterdalen...
Rolf Jensen and Paal Midtvaage designed the course at Gamle Fredrikstad Golfklubb and it’s something of a new kid on the Norwegian golfing block, having only opened its doors to visitors in 2012.