Golf Holidays in Czech Republic

Golf Holidays in Czech Republic

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GOLF HOLIDAYS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

The Czech Republic is one of the most visited countries in Central Europe. It is mostly for its cultural and historical jewels like the capital Prague and other cities and places inscribed on the UNESCO world heritage list, but it also offers great golfing experience around the whole country. The Czech Republic is easily accessible from major European airports, so do not miss a chance to discover this beautiful destination that unites historical sights together with surprising quality of golf and hospitality of local people.

Prague – the gateway to great golf

Everyone knows the delightful capital called “The City of Hundred Spires” lying in the heart of the Czech Republic on the Vltava river. Visitors should not miss the renowned Prague Castle, the biggest castle ground in the world, and the magnificent Charles Bridge filled with pedestrians walking from Old Town Square towards the Prague Castle. With many historical and cultural highlights Prague is a great place to relax, go sightseeing, shopping or tasting the local cuisine, especially the Czech dumplings. The centre of the city is full of many Czech and international restaurants, pubs and bars and offers excellent nightlife, which makes this destination ideal for a long weekend holiday.

  • Prague Castle
  • Charles Bridge
  • Astronomical Clock
  • National Theatre
  • National Museum
  • Dancing House

Prague and central Bohemia is also great for golf trips as there are more than 10 golf courses located up to an hour drive from the city centre. Despite the fact, that the Czech Republic has more than 100 golf courses, the number of Czech golfers is still low, and this makes the country a heaven for golf tourists, who can test themselves at the best PGA courses around Czechia.

West Bohemia – Czech golfing paradise west from Prague

One of the most attractive regions that should not be missed is the area of West Bohemia, about two-hour drive from Prague towards the German border. Beautiful countryside (protected landscape area), healing hot springs and charming spa towns will make the stay memorable for all visitors. The famous spa town of Karlovy Vary combines modern life with the elegance of the last centuries and is well known especially for Moser Glass, International Film Festival or the herbs liquor called Becherovka. It is also the home of the first golf course that was established in the Czech Republic more than 100 years ago (in 1904). Another historic golf course established only a year later is in Marianske Lazne, a small but picturesque spa town with the neo-baroque spa colonnade, magnificent parks and a singing fountain.

Combining Prague and West Bohemia with the region’s spas and the country’s oldest golf courses has become very popular for a week-long holiday.

Another highlight of the West Bohemia is of course the beer-brewing in Plzen city, home to the best Czech beer – the Pilsner Urquell. You can play golf around Plzen and top the day off with a visit to the Brewery Museum and a pint of the great Czech lager.

Other regions worth mentioning are North and South Moravia, well known for its wine production and local traditions. This all makes the Czech Republic a great destination for a long weekend or a week holiday full of cultural, sightseeing, golf and relaxing experiences. Take the opportunity and enjoy great golf and have fun in Czechia!

Country Czech Republic
Languages spokenCzech
Currency usedCzech Koruna

The Golf

Czech Republic Golf Holidays

Recommended courses in the Prague area:

Konopiste Golf Resort

About 45 minutes from Prague city centre |

This biggest golf resort in the Czech Republic opened their first 18 holes in 2002. Now Konopiste offers two high standard 18-hole courses called Radecky and d’Este. The courses are carved and shaped sympathetically into the beautiful rolling hillside and forests and provide a challenging but enchanting mix of links and parkland character that players of all levels will enjoy. The superbly refurbished Manor House provides conference facilities and an excellent hotel with a lovely courtyard terrace. The resort is a unique golf and spa complex not to be missed in the Prague area.

Services and facilities: practice facilities including driving range, putting green and chipping green, lessons with Pro, lockers, restaurant, bar, golf shop, trolley, golf cart and golf equipment rental, accommodation, relaxation and meeting facilities.

Prague City Golf Club

About 20 minutes from Prague city centre |

Opened in 2009 and co-designed by Alex Cejka as the first 18-hole golf course within the Prague city limits. It was conceived as a Championship course and has the ambition to host high-level professional tournaments but still be playable for recreational golfers. The front "Links Nine" and the back "Lakes Nine" present a dual personality of challenging conditions accented with red sand waste bunkers that provide remarkable visual contrast. The clubhouse and restaurant area are in a very sensitively reconstructed 200-year-old horse stable.

The course hosted the European Junior Golf Team Championships in July 2011.

Services and facilities: 18-hole putting course "Himalayas" with the size of almost 5000 square metres, inspired by the Lady Putting Golf Course in St. Andrews,  9-hole "Pitch and Putt" course, driving range, lessons with Pro, lockers, restaurant, bar, golf shop, trolley, golf cart and golf equipment rental, meeting facilities.

Albatross Golf Resort

About 35 minutes from Prague city centre |

In close vicinity to Prague and easily accessible from the Prague airport. This 18-hole world-class course was opened in 2009 and was built with a vision to create the best course in the Czech Republic. It is maintained with the highest attention to detail. Its elegantly shaped contours in the moderately hilly terrain with rust-coloured rocks lining water hazards create a striking layout. The splendid clubhouse hosts a renowned restaurant with a considerable terrace overlooking the whole course and a large putting green.

The course was voted the best golf course in the Czech Republic several times by Czech golfers, hosted LET and since 2014 has been the official European Tour Venue.

Services and facilities: practice facilities including driving range, putting green and chipping green, lessons with Pro, lockers, restaurant, bar, golf shop, trolley, golf cart and golf equipment rental, meeting facilities.

Karlstejn Golf Resort

About 45 minutes from Prague city centre |

This excellent golf course opened its first 18 holes in 1993 and added another 9 holes in 2008. The greens are wide but tricky and all of the 27 holes are challenging. There are several ponds and a hilly profile that make the course very memorable for all golfers. It is located in a beautiful countryside with the magnificent Karlstejn castle on the opposite hill providing a spectacular backdrop. The clubhouse has superb facilities for both golfers and non-golfers. The course hosted the European PGA Golf Tour in 1997 and the Czech Open on numerus occasions.

Services and facilities: practice facilities including driving range, putting green and chipping green, lessons with Pro, lockers, restaurant, bar, golf shop, trolley, golf cart and golf equipment rental, meeting facilities.

Greensgate Golf & Leisure Resort  

About 60 minutes from Prague city centre |

Located west of Prague near the famous city of Plzen (home of the Pilsner Urquell Beer), this great golf course was opened in 2004. It was built in cooperation with the renowned German company Sommerfeld A. G. and designed by the golf architect Christoph Stadler. The course presents a tempting challenge for golfers of all skill levels. It is set in a hilly terrain, amongst numerous birch and alder groves embraced by the Klabava River and the beautiful Ejpovice Lake.

Services and facilities: practice facilities including driving range, putting green and chipping green, lessons with Pro, lockers, restaurant, bar, golf shop, trolley, golf cart and golf equipment rental, accommodation and meeting facilities.

Casa Serena Golf Resort

About 75 minutes from Prague city centre |

Casa Serena Golf is a unique golf course, accessible only to a limited number of visitors. One of the best golf courses in the area offers 18 holes with the total length of 6,364 m and par 71. It is built to test and please the best players, but it is also accessible for the less experienced. Casa Serena hosted several events in recent years, such us the European Senior Tour. Designed by European Golf Design as inland links golf course with wide fairways and large greens, this venue offers a great and unique golfing experience.

Services and facilities: practice facilities including driving range, putting green and chipping green, lessons with Pro, lockers, restaurant, bar, golf shop, trolley, golf cart and golf equipment rental, accommodation and meeting facilities.

Loreta Golf Club   

About 35 minutes from Prague city centre |

This 18-hole course is situated in the beautiful countryside of Posazavi and was opened in 2013. Loreta was designed by Keith Preston who stands behind the highly acclaimed projects of Albatross and Ypsilon and who personally supervised the entire construction. The architect has managed to make use of the local rugged landscape, preserve many hedgerows, woodland nooks and full-grown trees. The design was created with the aim to build a demanding course from the championship tees as well as a fair and playable course for intermediate players of yellow and red tees. The course and the restaurant have been awarded multiple times by the Golf Digest C&S as the best or among the best in the country.

Services and facilities: practice facilities including driving range, putting green and chipping green, lessons with Pro, lockers, restaurant, bar, golf shop, trolley, golf cart and golf equipment rental, accommodation, relaxation and meeting facilities.

Black Bridge Golf Resort

About 25 minutes from Prague city centre |

The second 18-hole course in Prague offers interesting and quality round of golf. It is located on the Eastern edge of the city, so very easily accessible from the city centre. The resort opened in 2011 and provides services both for golfers and non-golfers. Modern clubhouse, accommodation in family style bungalows including terrace, garage and large practice facilities represent this modern Prague golf complex. You can book VIP lessons with the Head Pro Clive Tucker there.

Services and facilities: practice facilities including driving range, putting green and chipping green, lessons with Pro, lockers, restaurant, bar, golf shop, trolley, golf cart and golf equipment rental, accommodation and meeting facilities.

Panorama Golf Resort

About 45 minutes from Prague city centre |

This golf course offers 27 holes of excellent quality. All three challenging nine holes, Forest, Meadows and River, can be combined at will. All have their special characteristics and the players can enjoy unforgettable moments and variety of golfing experiences in only one round of golf. The terrain ranges from rather flat to undulating and even hilly, offering beautiful views to the surrounding countryside. The river Sazava meanders around the River course and at one point you can even greet the passing canoeists or admire the steep rocks by the riverbank. The restaurant offers unique culinary experience based on the best regional products.

Services and facilities: practice facilities including driving range, putting green and chipping green, lessons with Pro, lockers, restaurant, bar, golf shop, trolley, golf cart and golf equipment rental, accommodation and meeting facilities.

Nightlife info

Prague Nightlife

Prague's nightlife is as varied as the general population who visit and occupy the city, which implies that odds are, with a tiny bit of fortunes and seeking, you'll locate the ideal setting for your evenings out in the city. Prague's bistros, bars, and banishes go from colossal unrecorded music settings where nearby and global groups play out all days of the week, to bobbing electro clubs, to more laid-back bars and bistros where you can sink into a couch and drink a couple of pints of Czech pilsner, and in addition an incredible choice of gay clubs and bars. Beneath, we've given our undisputed top choices, in addition to a couple key places that are not to be missed on any night voyage through Prague!

The greater part of the mainstream Prague clubs are found in the focal point of the Old Town, giving simple access to voyagers remaining in the range and additionally local people on a night out. One spot not to be missed is Karlovy Lazne, the biggest club in Central Europe, with five move floors on four levels and a grand perspective of the Vltava River and Charles Bridge. Other prevalent clubs where you can get your score on incorporate Vertigo, Roxy (which has free unrecorded music follows up on Mondays), N11, known for its hip-bounce evenings, Dublex, and the multi-reason Lavka, all situated inside the Old and New Towns. Some more upscale settings, where a mixed drink could set you back the cost of an inn bed, incorporate Bugsy's and Tretter's.

In any case, don't ponder techno clubs and moving in scanty outfits (not that there's anything amiss with that). In the event that your clothing is more Converse than Armani, you'll be satisfied to find that Prague has an extraordinary option scene, both for getting unrecorded music and for unwinding to a decent soundtrack and lovely organization. In the first place, look at Alternatiff, situated in an indistinguishable patio from an awesome record store and tattoo parlor. Bordo and Club Nebe are both awesome spots to simply have a few lagers and meet individuals, or in some cases to get a show. For shows by both nearby and worldwide underground acts, the best places are Rock Cafe, Lucerna Music Bar, Abaton, and Palace Akropolis, where a few stars of the European and American outside the box scene have graced the stage. What's more, in case you're truly feeling audacious, Cross Club is justified regardless of the trek (or metro ride) out to Holesovice, as you're probably not going to find anything like it anyplace else in Europe!

In the event that boisterous music and moving simply isn't your thing, numerous local people know the best places to go to simply sit around with a brew. Our undisputed top choices incorporate the not really mystery M1 Secret Lounge, Think Pink, U Sudu, Atmosphere, and the mind-bowing Solid Uncertainty. What's more, in case you're more into smoking than drinking, more laid-back bars like these will probably permit that kind of thing (and in addition knowing where to get a few).

In case you're feeling more Irish than Czech, look at Caffrey's Irish Bar appropriate on the square, or Rocky O'Reilly's, the biggest Irish bar in the city, or the more covered up and laid-back Merlin or J.J. Murphy's Irish Pub. At that point there's the Cuban-Irish anomaly that is unique, O'Che's.

The Area

Prague

Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. It is also the historical capital of Bohemia. Situated in the north-west of the country on the Vltava river, the city is home to about 1.26 million people, while its larger urban zone is estimated to have a population of nearly 2 million. The city has a temperate climate, with warm summers and chilly winters.

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