Ljunghusens Golfklubb dates back to 1932 and there are 27 holes to be sampled here on the unique maritime heath of the Falsterbo Peninsula.
Hills Golf & Sports Club was one of the most talked about new championship golf courses in Europe when it opened in 2005.
Vasatorps Golf Club offers 54 individual golfing opportunities. The newly refurbished Classic course (formerly called Gamla or Old) is a very enjoyable parkland track, with some interesting water features...
You’ll find the course at Torekovs Golf Club at the end of the Bjäre peninsula, nine miles to the west of the charming old town of Båstad on Sweden’s west coast.
The golf club changed its name to Flommen when it joined the Swedish Golf Federation to avoid confusion with its celebrated next door neighbour, Falsterbo.
At Sölvesborgs Golf Club the ability to shape the ball and play smart might create the basis for a good score, however the pressure is on all the way until you walk off the 18th green. It's not long, but it's a fun test for any player.
The course of Rya Golfklubb is one of Sweden’s oldest, dating to 1934, and offers stunning views of the Öresund. One of the memorable characteristics here is the splendid combination of seaside and parkland.
Laid out on the shores of Lake Yddingen, the Gamla (Old) course at Bokskogens Golfklubb was the venue for the European Boys Team Championship in 2006 - big tournaments here are commonplace.
The course at S:t Arild Golfklubb measures 6,956 yards and it’s laid out over a gently rolling landscape with relatively wide fairways winding their way around several small ponds and stands of trees...
Founded in 1930, Båstad Golfkubb engaged the then leading architectural firm of Fred Hawtree and JH Taylor to construct the Gamla (Old) course and it’s now considered to be the second oldest 18-hole layout in the country.