Douglas Brasier and Frank Pennink laid out the original course at Delsjo Golfklubb in the early 1960s. Forty years later, Peter Chamberlain rebuilt all the greens, with the renovated layout re-opening on 20th July 2004.
Located close to the coast, the 18-hole layout at Lycke Golf & Country Club is set in beautiful nature, with holes laid out across a captivating mix of seaside, woodland and parkland terrain.
Orust Golfklubb’s original 9-hole layout was launched in 1985, with another nine holes added two years later. Incredibly, the construction costs were less than 600,000 Krona when the normal price for a new course around that time was 4-7 million Krona.
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.
Lyckorna Golfklubb was the 100th club to join the Swedish Golf Federation back in 1967. Today, the club’s Anders Amilon-designed course measures 5,804 metres from the back tees, playing to a par of 72.
Host venue for the Höganäs Ladies Open in 1984 and 1985, Mölle Golfklubb lies within the Kullaberg nature reserve, on a peninsula protruding into the Kattegat, where the landscape is dominated by rocky outcrops and steep cliffs.
Hooks Golfklubb was founded in 1941 but it took another forty-three years until its Park course was finally completed in 1984. Another eight years would pass before the club’s second 18-hole layout, the Forest course, was unveiled.
The Gamla course is located on a peninsula between lakes Mjörn and Sävelången and it’s one of three layouts available for play at the Öijared Resort. Configured as two returning nines, the layout extends to just under 6,000 metres.
Vårgårda Golf Klubb was formed in 2001 but it took another eight years before the club’s course was completed on 30th April 2009. Featuring five par threes and five par fives, today’s layout measures 5,660 metres from the regular tees.
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.