Estonian Golf and Country Club - 3 nights & 3 roundsEstonia

From £547 / per person for 3 nights
The Estonian Golf & Country Club landscape winds up harmoniously along the coast of the Baltic Sea and the estuary of the Jägala River, so that the locals believe that there are the highest forces in the creation of this coastal area, who would have been planning to build golf courses here.
Summary

Opened in 2005, the Estonian Golf & Country Club (EGCC) is considered the finest golf resort in Estonia. The club is adamant about keeping its organizational and golfing levels to the highest international standards – which is why it had the honour to host many different prestigious international events on its two very diverse courses. EGCC's Sea Course has been voted one of the TOP100 golf courses in Continental Europe 4 times in a row to by Golf World and has hosted the World Cup European Qualifier twice. In 2016 EGCC hosted the International Men’s Individual European Championship at the beginning of August. The 18-hole Sea Course is strewn by oak alleys, old boulders and natural ponds as it reaches from the forests to the sea and the Jägala River. Due to its length and complexity, the Sea Course is a real challenge even for the experienced golfer as it also bridges altitudes of up to 40 metres.

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Your Accommodation

The villas are situated on site, and sleep up to 6 people. 

Your 1st Round of Golf

Sea Course

The Sea Course with it's 18 holes stretching over 7,000 yards, is a true championship golf course. Holes built among unspoiled forests reach out to the beach and play along the Jägala River. With an overall elevation change of 40 meters, oak alleys, ancient boulders, and natural ponds the site is befitting of world class golf course. Due to the length and complexity, the Sea Course is a real challenge even for the golfer of the highest skill level. Since 2009, Golf World Magazine has voted the EGCC Sea Course as one of the best European golf courses. Since the Sea Course was first ranked 95th, it has improved it's position over time. In 2014, the Sea Course was ranked 83rd in the prestigious TOP 100 with an editor's comment that it could easily end up in the top 50.

Your 2nd Round of Golf

Sea Course

The Sea Course with it's 18 holes stretching over 7,000 yards, is a true championship golf course. Holes built among unspoiled forests reach out to the beach and play along the Jägala River. With an overall elevation change of 40 meters, oak alleys, ancient boulders, and natural ponds the site is befitting of world class golf course. Due to the length and complexity, the Sea Course is a real challenge even for the golfer of the highest skill level. Since 2009, Golf World Magazine has voted the EGCC Sea Course as one of the best European golf courses. Since the Sea Course was first ranked 95th, it has improved it's position over time. In 2014, the Sea Course was ranked 83rd in the prestigious TOP 100 with an editor's comment that it could easily end up in the top 50.

Your 3rd Round of Golf

Stone Course

The 9 hole Stone Course lies on a limestone plain between junipers, restored stone fences, and a protected national heritage site where each hole has a story to tell. The course is open to the winds and imparts a links feeling. However, like many ancient cites and archaeological finds in Estonia, the Stone Course tells of a history dating back over 5000 years.

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