Geysir Golf Club

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Geysir Golf Course opened in 2006, adjacent to The Great Geysir, the world renowned hot spring and Iceland's most popular tourist attraction. The golf course has nine holes and a driving range, meandering around and between summer cottages. The course was laid out with minimal disturbance to the existing terrain. It is a policy that was shared by …
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Green fee weekdays
ISK 2,500
Green fee weekend
ISK 3,200

Total score

  • general impression7.4
  • course maintenance7.7
  • facilities8.1
  • clubhouse6.7
  • Value for money9.2
  • hospitality9.4

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Played on: 6 July 2017
Review date: 21 January 2018
Handicap: 15.0

Einer der wenigen Golfplätze auf Island, wo das Clubhaus besetzt war und u.a. Leihschläger und Bälle zu bekommen sind. Von den Bahnen hat man oft Geysirblick, dennoch liegt der Platz weitab vom Tourirummel. Weiße Abschläge sind vorhanden, waren aber nicht gesteckt. Ab Loch 6 sehr windausgesetzt und lange Bahnen. An Bahn 8 und 9 etwas Straßengeräusche... Insegsamt guter P…

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Played on: 3 June 2016
Review date: 3 October 2016
Handicap: 31.5

Petit 9 trous donc le plus grand attrait est de se trouver à côté des fameux geysers ce qui permet de combiner golf et visite touristique. Le parcours en lui même ne présente pas un grand intérêt.

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Played on: 12 June 2015
Review date: 25 June 2015
Handicap: 18.6

The only in-land course we played during our golf trip to Iceland. We chose to play this course, because you can well combine it with a visit to the geysers (you can actually see them from the course) and the Gulfoss-waterfall (recommended). It's a compact 9-holes course, with astonishing views on the distant mountains. The 'clubhouse' has recently moved from one side of …

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Courses at Geysir Golf Club

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9 holes

The course area is L-shaped, with the holes routed in an out-in fashion similar to the Old Course at St. Andrews. Two rivers dominate the site and they come into play on every hole. The fairways are bordered by the native roughs sporting shrubs and heather. The style of bunkering is unique in Iceland, with the heather creeping around the rough edges, giving a natural look. Still, the main design features remain the unpredictable natural landforms that were allowed to shine through from tee to green. There is no artificial mounding as seen on so many modern courses and the greens rely totally on hints from the natural undulations that were found on the site.


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Airports nearby
Reykjavík Airport(82 KM)
Keflavík International Airport(117 KM)
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