ROYAL GOLF CLUB MARIANSKE
The oldest golf course in the Czech Republic and one of the oldest courses in Europe. The course was founded and opened on August 21, 1905 by Edward VII the King of England when taking waters at the famous spa in the town nearby and in 2003 the course was given the title "Royal" by Queen Elizabeth II. The Royal Golf Club Marianske Lazne course itself is an example of Scottish and Irish golf architecture from the end of the 19th century. Located in Western Bohemia on an upland plain 787 metres above sea level, the greens of the course are relatively small but well protected by bunkers.
Set amidst picturesque landscape and surrounded by pine forest with many hazards the Royal Golf Club Marianske Lazne provides a real challenge for players of all categories, demanding accurate, technical play. In recent years, the 5839 metre course has hosted major European amateur and professional tournaments such as the European Amateur Team Championship in 1993, European PGA Tour events in 1994, 1995 and 1996, the European Senior Team Championship in 2001 and the St. Andrews Trophy in 2006 whereby the participation of some of the world's top players attests to the quality of the Royal Golf Club Marianske Lazne course.
Distance from Prague: 160km
Golf course length: 18 hole, 6135m
Green fee: available on request.
Clubs and trolley rental available.
The club web site can be viewed at www.golfhml.cz and you can also find them on facebook. We can arrange everything you will need including transport, tee off times, golf clubs rental, buggies and Hotel reservations if you plan to stay overnight as this course is quite far from Prague.
Royal Golf Club Marianske Lazne - Prague Tours Direct