Golf Resort Karlstejn
The Karlstejn Golf resort, set amongst the rural countryside, is a spectacular course encompassing the most romantic of scenery, featuring a backdrop to one of the most famous castles in the Czech Republic and former residence to the historic Czech kings of the past. This course was recognised for its outstanding quality when it was chosen as the venue for the European PGA tour in 2007.
The Canadian architects Les Furber and Jim Eremko certainly utilised the undulating landscape to maximise the aesthetic appeal of this golf course. You will have to bring your A game as the course features narrow fairways, tricky greens, numerous bunkers and several water hazards to make it increasingly exciting. The Karlstejn golf course is a relatively challenging course which will bring out the best of a strategic golfer whilst punishing the more inconsistent. The Karlstejn exudes calmness and tranquillity ensuring that each player has full concentration is a peaceful arena. This course is undeniably a sheer delight to play and a great place to unwind and relax whilst enjoying a challenging round of golf.
7 Nights, 5 roundsIcon Hotel & Lounge
Bar, Buggy Hire, Changing Facilities, Driving Range, Golf lessons with PGA Professionals, Par 72, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Restaurant, Short game practice area, Trolley Hire
A signature hole of the course includes the 308 yard 2nd hole, which is definitely the most thrilling. It is played on a steep slope on a green that bears to the right but is lined by a pond on the left side. To further challenge the player, a large bunker was created on the right, and a small ditch in front. This hole certainly shows the architect’s aim to create a hole which is easy to bogey, but difficult to birdie!
The Karlstejn club house hosts an array of luxurious facilities to offer its visitors, setting itself aside from the average golf course. It includes a newly built fitness centre, swimming pool and sauna. These facilities further help their visitors in unwinding after a fantastic round of golf. The club house also includes a training centre for golfers, where they can receive lessons from professional golfers. Players are also invited to practice their swing and warm up for their game on the driving range.