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Der Golfplatz


Der Golfplatz in Mauritzberg wurde von dem international renommierten kanadischen Golfarchitekten Robert Kains designed. Die Ausführung der arbeiten unterlag der Golf Resort Development AB unter der Aufsicht von Peter Nyberg.
Kains blickt auf eine langjährige Erfahrung in der Gestaltung anspruchsvollster Golfplätze zurück, welche sich u.a. auch dadurch auszeichnen dass sie in Harmonie und Gleichklang mit der Natur entstehen. In Schweden arbeitete Kain ebenso an Projekten für Djursholms Golf Club, Wermdö Golf&Country Club and Fulerö Golf Club.

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  • Overview

    Course Guide

    Take a closer look at the course and learn about each hole.
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  • 1

     

    1. 529 m, PAR 5

    You tee off from the highest point on the golf course, which might tempt you to swing a little harder. The landing area is generous and should not give you an surprises other than perhaps a visit to the fairway bunker. The second shot should be considered as a lay-up so you can get into a good position for your approach to the elevated green. Long hitters might be tempted to go for two shots, but be careful, there is not much room for error.


    Hole 1 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 529
    504
    492
    452
  • 2

     

    2. 397 m, PAR 4

    This dogleg par 4 offers an incredible view of the golf course. You can sense that it will demand both patience and skill. The dogleg is guarded by bunkers and it is extremely difficult to shorten the line. The approach leads to a green with high oaks on the left, a bunker on the right and water behind.


    Hole 2 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 397
    377
    367
    313
  • 3

     

    3. 377 m, PAR 4

    At first glance this hole can be very intimidating, since you have to hit a straight drive through two rock formations. It is possible to gain some yardage if you play over by the forest on the right, and the more you dare to cut off, the shorter the approach shot will be. The smart player will go straight for the fairway and will then have a fairly easy approach to the green, which is not guarded by any bunkers.


    Hole 3 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 377
    332
    320
    235
  • 4

     

    4. 151 m, PAR 3

    This par 3 is the signature hole on the golf course and the green nestles in a valley of greenery. The greenside area is on a peninsula surrounded by water with a bunker framing the treacherous right side. The tee area seems a little small, but this was necessary so that it could be built within this culturally historic landscape.


    Hole 4 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 151 127
    122
    98
  • 5

     

    5. 334 m, PAR 4

    The character of the golf course changes quickly from open landscape to a windless island surrounded by forest. It is more important to hit the fairway from this short par 4, and if you succeed there is only a short way left to the beautiful green. At the same time, Bråviken bay starts to glitter in the horizon. 

    Hole 5 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 334
    312
    300
    246
  • 6

     

    6. 507 m, PAR 5

    There is a beautiful view over Bråviken bay from the tee and in the horizon the golf villas create an amphitheatre around the green. This is a long par 5 where your strategy will decide your score. Plan carefully to ensure you leave yourself some good yardage to the green. There are bunkers along the fairway and approximately 50 metres from the green there is a deep bunker that catches a lot of balls and is very punishing. Behind the green there is also a big pond that will become the home to all shots that are a little long. Strategy is key for this hole.


    Hole 6 White Yellow Blue Red
    Meter 507 487 487 419
  • 7

     

    7. 180 m, PAR 3

    This is a beautiful par 3 with no bunkers and a hole that could be considered as being one of the easier ones on the golf course. Golfers hit the tee shot from a tee area surrounded by water with golf villas in the background, so do not get nervous if you have one or two spectators.


    Hole 7 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 180 158 144 95
  • 8

     

    8. 378 m, PAR 4

    This par 4 was designed through a competition in the Swedish Golf Digest. The winner was an amateur golfer called Albert Sjöberg who has designed the hole in an excellent way. The tee box is close to a pond with a view of the fairway lined with big oak trees. Aim at the big oak in the middle and you will be rewarded with a shorter approach shot. Immediately to the right of the green there is a bunker and to the left another pond. This will demand precision from your approach shot.


    Hole 8 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 378 350 338 289
  • 9

     

    9. 407 m, PAR 4

    On this relatively difficult par 4, you tee off next to a magnificent hill of oak trees and ahead of you lies a fairway that has no bunkers but many strategically placed oak trees. Finding the right line is key to getting a good angle to the green. The approach is to hit in between the big oaks to a lower green guarded by a pond on the right. Behind the green are two bunkers that will catch all long shots, and behind these are more beautiful villas.


    Hole 9 White Yellow Blue Red
    Meter 407 375 365 326
  • 10

     

    10. 401 m, PAR 4

    This is a par 4 with an elevated tee where high shots are punished quickly by the wind that usually blows in your face. A beautiful creek covers the right side but shots to the left usually result in more problems. The large green is guarded only by one bunker on the right.


    Hole 10 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 401
    367
    354
    309
  • 11

     

    11. 381 m, PAR 4

    This is a par 4 with a nice view of the pond on the right and behind the green there are some oak trees that are over a hundred years old. Long hitters can try to hit the ball over the pond from the yellow tee (Anders Forsbrand has done it), but you can save strokes if you play intelligently. The approach leads to a somewhat elevated green guarded by a creek on the left and bunkers on the right and behind.


    Hole 11 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 381 331 318 281
  • 12

     

    12. 348 m, PAR 4

    This hole might feel rather short, but you have to place your tee shot between two treacherous bunkers. If you succeed, an approach to a long and very elevated green remains. Missed approach shots can cost golfers dearly and this hole is considered by many as one of the trickiest holes on the course.


    Hole 12 White Yellow Blue Red
    Meter 348 305 291 248
  • 13

     

    13. 197 m, PAR 3

    The tee is set among tall trees and the chirping of birds will accompany your shots. Maybe it is also time for a birdie in your scorecard! This hole is a fairly long par 3 with bunkers behind the green and an old stone wall helping to frame the hole.


    Hole 13 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 197 176 164 120
  • 14

     

    14. 374 m, PAR 4

    This tee is set among the forest and beautiful rock formations. The dogleg turns right and the fairway bunker makes it very difficult to cut the corner. Your approach shot is to one of the most beautiful green areas on the course, where high granite rocks are mirrored in the pond on the left.


    Hole 14 White Yellow Blue Red
    Meter 374 342 332 285
  • 15

     

    15. 508 m, PAR 5

    This hole is a par 5 with a generous landing area, but golfers should be wary of the big bunker on the left. There are trees along the right side and the slicer might be in for an involuntary stroll. The lay-up should not give you any surprises other than perhaps a visit to a bunker. The idea is that you should be able to drive as far up the fairway as you want and are able. The green is long and undulating with bunkers behind and to the right.


    Hole 15 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 508
    455 442 404
  • 16

     

    16. 169 m, PAR 3

    A lot of water is the main feature of this incredibly dramatic hole. There is water in front, to the right and all the way to the green, and this hole has already become known as treacherous. If you can avoid the water, an inviting green is guarded by two bunkers.


    Hole 16 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 169 141 125 97
  • 17

     

    17. 436 m, PAR 4

    This is one of the toughest and longest par 4s on the golfcourse. A huge fairway bunker on the left awaits anyone who wants to cut the corner. If you hit the fairway you are left with a long approach shot to an elevated green. A par here feels like a birdie!


    Hole 17 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 436 392 379 331
  • 18

     

    18. 500 m, PAR 5

    This is probably one of the greatest finishing holes in Sweden. A beautiful creek ripples along the right side of the fairway and flows into a big pond. White bunkers are strategically placed on the left side for anybody who tries to play it safe. An inviting green with the club house and manor behind it might tempt you to try and reach it in two. However, that will demand a long second shot over water to a green guarded by two deep bunkers.


    Hole 18 White Yellow Blue Red
    Metre 500
    458 442 394
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