Ljunghusens Golf Club, Sweden

Ljunghusens Golf Club (18 hole course) – Review and Rating

Ljunghusen is one of the top ten courses in Sweden.

Ljunghusen started in 1936 and has since grown to 27 holes. Most often the holes are played in order, with holes 1-18 as an 18-hole round, but the three nine-hole loops can be played in any order to provide “endless” variation. After each loop you come back to the club house. The course has for the last 50 years consistently ranked in the top 10 in Sweden.

The clubhouse is from the 1960s, built in a cubist style. On the first floor you’ll find the reception and a well-stocked pro shop. The restaurant is on the second floor, with a magnificent view of the entire course. Also magnificient is the home-style hamburger. 

Ljunghusens Golf Club Information
Address Kinells väg,  , SE-236 42 Höllviken, , Sweden (View map)
Phone+46-40-458-000
Email[email protected]
Websitewww.ljgk.se
Total # of holes27

The course is next to the water, and is pretty flat. This does not mean that it’s uninteresting or  unchallenging.

It has plenty of small bumps to take into consideration when you plan your shots, and a consistent, sometimes strong wind always makes shots interesting. On days with strong wind, you even have to take the wind into account when putting, since the greens are consistently fast. At times when the course is dry you can get 100m of roll, whereas after a few days of rain your drive may bounce backwards.

Ljunghusens Golf Club (18 hole course) Information
Number of holes18
Greenfee, 1 (low) - 5 (high)4
Course AvailabilityOpen to Public
Course TypeLinks
Year Opened1932
Websitewww.ljgk.se

 

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