Designed by local architect Svein Drange Olsnes, the course at Haugaland Golfklubb was constructed in two stages, with the first nine appearing in 2001 then the second nine arriving seven years later to complete the layout.
The original 9-hole course at Starmoen was used by Hedmark Golfklubb, which was formed through the merger of Høsbjør Golfklubb and Elverum Golfklubb. In 1993, two years after the course was expanded to 18 holes, the old club folded and Elverum took control of the golf operation.
Extending to a sensible 5,428 metres from the back tees, the course at Kragerø Golfklubb is set within a large, 1700-acre wooded property where golfers first walked the tree-lined fairways in 2003.
The course at Borre Golf Club is a 6,891-yard par 72 layout set in a gently undulating park and forest landscape around the Semb Manor House beside Lake Borre.
Occupying a beautiful site on the island of Storøya, the fairways of Tyrifjord Golfklubb weave through forest and parkland close to the waters of Tyrifjorden Lake.
The course at Trysil Golf Club opened in 2003 and was designed by Jeremy Turner, who has a number of excellent courses to his name in the Nordic countries...
Designed by Jeremy Turner and completed in 1999, the Kongsberg golf course is part parkland, part woodland in character. The local landscape is rather flat, so the architect installed mounding and bunkering during construction to improve the visual aesthetics.
The wonderful setting for the 18-hole Utsikten Golfpark course at Kvinesdal allows golfers the opportunity to connect with nature as they walk the hilly fairways and chance upon the deer and elk that roam the surrounding woodland.
Architect Johan Benestam recently renovated the 27-hole layout at Haga Golfklubb – where the Gul and Rød nines form the premier 18-hole course – and the main focus of the upgrade was improving the fairway drainage and bunkering.
Jeremy Turner designed the delightful 9-hole forest course at Valdres Golf Club which is located in the mountains midway between Oslo and Bergen.