Albatross Golf Resort
Located just outside the city of Prague is the newly built, world class Albatross Golf Resort. Opened to the public in 2009, the vision was to create the best golf course in the Czech Republic, which meets the highest of European standards.
Situated on an altitude of 420 metres above sea level, the course benefits from its own micro climate and boasts the longest golf season in central Europe. The course comprises of shaped contours, a hilly topography and various water hazards, lined with rust coloured rocks creating a beautifully designed course. The course is considered a mighty challenge at an impressive 7,359 yards in length.
Designed by the leading golf architect Keith Preston, this course has a par of 72, and a USGA rating of 74.4 and a slope rating of 139 off the white tees. Each hole offers four or five tees with a total surface area of 12.900 square metres. Golf Digest USA ranked the Albatross the number one golf course in the Czech Republic, and the course gained further recognition for its outstanding quality by being named Golf Resort of the Year by the Czech golf industry for three consecutive years.
This course is not just easily reached from downtown Prague, but it is also just a mere 15 minute drive away from the Václav Havel Airport.
3 Nights, 2 roundsIcon Hotel & Lounge
- 1 Apr to 31 Oct 2020
- Albatross Golf Resort + Golf Resort Karlstejn
- Airport and golf course transfers
Bar, Buggy Hire, Changing Facilities, Driving Range, Golf lessons with PGA Professionals, Par 72, Putting Green, Restaurant, Short game practice area, Trolley Hire
The course is a pleasure from the first tee to the very last with seven lakes positioned throughout as well as 65 sand bunkers. The practise facilities, stretching across 50,400 square metres, are of the highest quality with a world class golf academy and a covered driving range, along with an extensive short game practise area. This course has been perfectly maintained from its creation, and remains to be unflawed. Extreme accuracy is essential to play this course, and it has been said that the course is somewhat unforgiving! But what golfer doesn’t like a challenge?