Source: Visit Estonia
A round or two of golf is a great way to spend a morning or a late afternoon, especially during the long days of Estonia’s midsummer.
Estonia has several natural golf courses, all located in the midst of beautiful, untouched nature. Estonia’s 18-hole golf courses tend to be flat and are usually open from May until November with equipment available on the spot. Many golf courses have special offers available for those looking to take their next break in Estonia.
If you're a beginner looking to develop your golfing skills, head to the nearest club and pass a short introduction to golfing. The more experienced players in possession of Green Card can rent golfing equipment on-site and head out without having to pass prior training.
In addition to traditional golf, disc golf has also been gaining a lot of popularity in Estonia in the recent years - following the U.S., Canada, Finland and Sweden, Estonia ranks 5th in the world for the number of registered disc gold players! Disc golf in a sports game that can be practiced all year round. It isn’t very demanding physically and has rules similar to those of regular golf. The aim of the game is to throw a flying disc into special baskets with as few throws as possible. There are 18-hole or 9-hole courses with scenic nature in various locations across Estonia.
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