Norway has quite a substantial number of golf courses, certainly in relation to the size of its population. Golf is popular in Norway and the number of golf courses is growing at a steady rate. Most golf courses are found in and around Oslo and near other larger cities such as Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim. If there is sufficient space on the golf courses, green fee players will be accepted without any problem.Read more
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Played the course today with tees from mats which is in bad shape. Greens okay since early season here in Norway, but wet fairways which should be done some drainage work on.
Excellent value for money. Very user friendly. Only 9 holes, but separate tee boxes to twice from different locations. I didn't play here initially because of the artificial greens, but they roll true like a natural green, they don't hold an approach shot very well unless you hit a high shot.
Good value for money and friendly golfers let you through if possible. Some places on Fairways too much water because lack of drainage.
Flott bane for nybegynnere. Tilgivende på den måten at man kan slå feil og allikevel finne ballen igjen. Åpent og fritt. Naturskjønne omgivelser.
Golfrunde i desember på en bane som hadde holdt bra unna i forhold til øsende regnvær i 3 sammenhengende uker.... Fast innslag i jule- og nyttårshelgene.
Aanrader voor de Challenge of Europese tour. Boven de Noordpoolcirkel! Mooie waardering voor de uitstekend spelende Noor Hovland. Daarbij kun je in de zomer tot zeker 23.00 uur spelen!
Hyggelig bane og super betjening! Takk for at banen er åpen når alle andre har stengt! 300 er ok pris.
Front 9 er litt kjedelig, mens Back 9 har noe mer variasjon.
I played the golf course Saturday, and was pleased enough to return on Sunday. The season made the golf course wet and tired, but under the circumstances it was OK. Greens must be better to get a better score.