Estonian Golf and Country Club is regarded as Estonia’s finest golf venue and has now taken its rightful place in Golf World Magazine’s prestigious Top 100 European Courses, a spectacular achievement for a venue in an emerging golf nation.
A PGA European Tour Course
The venue comprises the 18-hole Championship Sea Course and 9-hole links-style Stone Course, both created within an ancient archeological site. Open in 2005, Estonian Golf and Country Club is regarded as Estonia’s finest golf venue and has now taken its rightful place in Golf World Magazine’s prestigious Top 100 European Courses, a spectacular achievement for a venue in an emerging golf nation. The Club boasts a contemporary, award-winning clubhouse with panoramic views over both courses and the Jägala River Delta beyond.
Estonian Golf & Country Club hosted the Omega Mission Hills World Cup European Qualifier in 2009 and 2011. In 2013, International European Seniors Championship will be held at EGCC.
Jõelähtme Golf Center offers its golfers a 9-hole Stone Course and an 18-hole Sea Course.
Courses are of different character. Stone Course is a links-type course with no water. It is, however, not a plain course. Sea Course is a real championship-course, with important factors such as wind, water and rough.
Locals say that when God created the coastal land of the Estonian Golf & Country Club, he must have intended it to be a golf course as it winds its way so harmoniously along the Baltic Coast and the Jägala River delta.
Both courses sit harmoniously within the natural landscape and cater for all standards of golfer, providing the very best facilities on and off the course.
Situated just half an hour from the centre of Estonia’s capital city Tallinn, and only a 15-minute drive from Tallinn International Airport, the club is ideally situated and can be accessed easily from all major cities in Europe.