Estonia has several courses to offer you, all set in beautiful landscapes and usually open from May to November. You can rent golfing equipment on the spot and there are instructors available if you are a beginner looking for tips.
Estonian golf courses tend to be flat and require precise playing strategies. Numerous water hazards, fairways, dense forest make the playing interesting for all players, regardless of their age, fitness or skill level. In Otepää, you can also play winter golf in the snow.
The quality of the golf courses is high - a number of international competitions are held in Estonia.
Popular 18 Hole Golf Courses in Estonia:
- Niitvälja Golf Club (PAR 72) at Niitvälja: Niitvälja Golf Club (PAR 72 and PAR 20). The oldest golf course in Baltics. Beautiful and greatly maintained Park-course is popular among local and tourist players. Hosted in 2011 37th European Rotarian Championship.
- Estonian Golf and Country Club (PAR 72) at Jõelähtme: Choose between the 18-hole PGA Tour (one of only 8 in Europe) sea course or the historic 9-hole stone course.
- Otepää Championship Golf Course (PAR 73): Offers year round activities including winter golf… in the snow!
- Saare Golf (PAR 72) on Saaremaa Island, near Kuressaare, with a small airport nearby.