European Lakes Golf and Country Club

Course Type
Parkland/Woodland
Designer
TBC
Par
72 
Slope
0
Rating
4.5
Golf Professional
TBC
Green Fees
Reviews
1

Course Information

ADDRESS:
Kossuth Utca 3, Hencse, Somogy, H7532, Hungary
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
Unknown
TELEPHONE:
0036 82 481 245
DESCRIPTION:

European Lakes Golf Club was voted by Golf Digest Magazine as Golf Course of the Year and Golf Course Design of the Year. European Lakes plays host to the European Professional Development Tourevery year plus the2010 International Seniors is booked for June and the Hungarian Open and many major international competitions are also hostedevery year.

Great course for the average or the pro golfer.

Fantastic Holiday resort with beautiful sunshine from April to October.

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4.1 / 5

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European Lakes Golf &Country Club

Certainly one of the best courses in Europe. Excellent on site Hotel and great restaurant. This course will test your golf at any level. Every hole is a challange and you have the choice to take on a shot or play a safe option.
It is the most relaxing golf resort you can imagine where there is no pressure and no conveyor-belt golf.
It is a pleasure to stop at the "octobar" after the 5th green and enjoy a glass of wine or a cold beer knowing you are not under pressure to "move on quickly". It is a shame that more and more people discover this heaven every year. I hope it will always remain as it is now.
Date Wednesday, 31, March 2010