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Karlovy Vary Golf Resort (Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic)
The Golf Club Karlovy Vary was founded in 1904 by the ‘Gentlemen’s Fencing Club’ with the objective of expanding the range of sporting activities available for guests visiting the spas. Originally a 9-hole course was located on a 2.3 hectare piece of land that was in the area of today’s Gejzirpark (Geyser Park), on the southern outskirts of the City. The eighteen-hole course was completed...            
Kotlina Golf Course (Terezin, Czech Republic)
This course is located north of Prague right in historic Terezin. You can expect a very enjoyable round of golf on these suburb grounds among plenty of water hazards and some bunkers so deep that your buddies will not be able to see you in them. Each hole is different, so you will not get bored playing this course. The high slope rating will force your handicap to drop down. A brand new award...            
Kynzvart Golf Club (Lazne Kynzvart, Czech Republic)
This 18-hole course was constructed right in the heart of the Kyn?vart Castle Park. The championship par 72 course was laid out in the classic "parkland" fashion. The course was designed with extraordinary sensitivity in its positioning vis-a-vis the surrounding countryside. From a sporting viewpoint as well, the design is a superior piece of work which will challenge golf enthusiasts and...            
Lipno Golf Club (Lipno nad Vltavou, Czech Republic)
The course is situated near Lake Lipno, which is one of the most popular holiday resorts in the Czech Republic. The apartments, the beaches, marinas and the services on offer radiate an atmosphere of a summer seaside resort. The course, on the other hand, uses the natural characteristics of the hilly landscape with a unique view over the lake. The front 9, which was designed by the prominent...            
Mlade Buky Golf Club (Mlade Buky, Czech Republic)
This 9-hole course is situated near the village of Mlad? Buky, in the area of the very popular Krkono?e Mountains. The course is not long, but it is very technical, so do not expect a relaxing stroll along a flat stretch. The course is physically demanding, but the ‘mountain climbing’ you will need to do around these hills will be rewarded by wonderful views of Mount Sn??ka, the highest peak...            
Monachus Golf Resort (Nova Bystrice, Czech Republic)
One of the longest courses in the Czech Republic, it is situated near the Austrian border in the area known as Czech Canada, a name that perfectly captures its charming wildlife and rather rough climate. Mnich, an 18-hole championship course, was first played on in September 2004. Together with the nine-hole course called Nov? Byst?ice it forms the Monachus Golf Resort. The course borders on the...            
Nova Amerika Golf Resort (Jaromer, Czech Republic)
This twenty-seven-hole championship course, which was opened in 2002, offers the unique opportunity to choose a round perfectly suited to your taste and abilities. It is comprised of three different nine-hole courses, which can be freely combined, that is unless a tournament is being held. Woodland is the longest and the most difficult of the three, as it has numerous tactical bunkers and natural...            
Nova Bystrice golf club (Nova Bystrice, Czech Republic)
The course is located near the border with Austria, in the area whose appearance and, above all, climate earned it the name Czech Canada. Nov? Byst?ice Golf Club, together with the Mnich 18-hole championship course, form the Monachus Golf Resort. This was the first public course in the Czech Republic. The course is often recommended to beginners because the holes are not long. However, you...            
Park Golf Club TJ Mittal Ostrava (Silherovice, Czech Republic)
The club and the 18-holes course were founded in 1968 and the first official tournament had been held in 1970. Since that time the course has been the venue not only of tens local tournaments per year but also of many championships and professional tournaments. The course is situated in the ?ilhe?ovice's manor park, only 15 kilometres from downtown Ostrava. The park’s dominant feature, the...            
Prachensky golf club (Kestrany, Czech Republic)
Designed by the renowned Japanese architect Shunsuke Kato, this nine-hole course is perfectly integrated into the typical southern Bohemian landscape near the town of P?sek, and it gives you the unique opportunity to experience south Bohemia’s beauty. This moderately rolling, diverse and technical course, which is situated along the dividing line between forests and meadows, has reasonable...            
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