Fjällbacka Golf Club is an exceedingly pleasant seaside course where continuous improvements year-on-year make the layout an ongoing treat to play.
Hinton's Rönnebäck golf course is set on undulating ground, parts of which are reminiscent of Scottish moorland and parts of which are traditional parkland in character.
Swedish architect Hans Fock designed the original 18 holes at Woodlands Country Club and the Cedar & Pine loops meander through a beautiful forest. It’s a thorough test of golf, highlighted by some truly fun par threes.
With beguiling views over the Øresund strait to Ven island, the premier course at the 36-hole Landskrona Golfklubb is the Erikstorp layout which dates back to 1962. The course has benefited markedly from a Peter Chamberlain and Karl Oskar Seth USGA greens renovation in 2008.
The island of Öland is a very popular Swedish holiday destination and the Ekerum Resort is one of the most complete for golf with two 18-hole courses. Långe Jan offers a fine test with large rolling greens and expansive sandy waste areas...
Falkenbergs Golf Club dates back to 1949, but the 18-hole parkland course in play today was laid out in the 1960s, firstly as nine holer and then expanded to a full eighteen holes in 1968.
Prolific architect Pierre Fulke recently upgraded the Old course at Kalmar Golf Club, which dates back to 1966 and it’s still a magnificent stroll through mature parkland.
Founded in 1959, Douglas Brasier originally designed the course at Växjö Golf Club and Björn Magnusson and then Pierre Fulke later updated it. Its mix of parkland and woodland holes combined with a tough finish make Vaxjo a varied test.
Dating back to 1924, Kristianstads Golfklubb now operates two 18-hole courses, Åhus Östra and Åhus Västra, with the latter set out in a Muirfield-style as a clockwise 9-hole loop and a counterclockwise 9-hole loop, which helps to heighten the challenge when it’s windy.
Some prefer the gorse-flanked Djupadal course at Österlens Golfklubb to Lilla Vik, its pretty seaside parkland sibling. Fashioned by Tommy Nordström in 2001, the Djupadal layout (located 1 km south of Lilla Vik) has recently been renovated by Pierre Fulke Design.