Degeberga-Widtsköfle Golf Club opened for play in 1990 and its springy heathland fairways are a joy to play on, even though they do rise and fall with regularity over some testing terrain.
Sixty years after its formation, Båstad Golfkubb called in respected architect Tommy Nordström to design a second 18-hole course for its burgeoning membership and so the Nya (New) course made its debut in 1990.
The 18-hole Park course at Hooks Golfklubb was completed in 1984, having started out as a very modest 4-hole track some fifty years earlier. This initial course was expanded to an 11-hole layout in 1974 before finally opening in its present format a decade later.
Ringenäs Golf Club has been a very popular choice for visitors to the Halmstad area for many years, with 27 fine holes, gorgeous sea views and a recent upgrade by renowned architect Pierre Fulke should combine to ensure that it remains in favour.
The fairways of Stenungsund Golfklubb are routed in two loops, with an inner front nine enclosed by an outer circuit of nine holes that run clockwise round the perimeter of the property.
Torreby Golf Club was founded in 1961 and the members are proud custodians of Torreby Castle, one of the finest clubhouses in Sweden. The parkland course is Bohuslän’s oldest and it’s routed around the old estate from where there are delightful views of Gullmarn fjord.