Prague and golf

Golf Resort Konopiště
3. 6. 2014

Golf in Prague? Why not!

Everyone knows that Prague is a place people come to admire architecture. But people are sometimes pleasantly surprised to find that you can improve your handicap at some luxury golf resorts in the city. If you are a fan of the so-called “sport of gentlemen”, don’t hesitate and come and enjoy top-notch courses around Prague.

The first 18-hole resort in Prague can be found in the tranquil surroundings of Zbraslav. Prague City Golf Club is located 2km from Zbraslav Chateau, home to the National Gallery’s collection of Asian art. Between the Berounka and Vltava rivers you can enjoy every facility and comfort as well as a superb round of golf. Proof of the high standards set by this resort is the fact that it was partially designed by the best Czech golfer, Alex Čejka. A unique setting a few minutes from the city centre where every round is a real experience.

Charles IV’s Gothic pile

A pleasant location amid forested countryside, the best known Czech castle, Karlštejn, as a dramatic backdrop, 27 holes, first-rate design, natural ravines, two lakes and a series of bunkers – all of this is on offer at the Karlštejn Golf Resort just 45 minutes by road from central Prague. If you’re a player who likes a challenge, this is the course for you.

Up and away to the greens!

A round of golf straight from the plane? No problem. Not far from Prague Airport is an 18-hole course of the highest standard. At the Albatross Golf Resort, declared golf course of the year in 2011, you can spend a superb day in the company of your favourite sport and enjoy the top-notch service the club offers. Make use of the generously proportioned practice centre, the modern clubhouse with a full range of amenities, a restaurant and conference facilities. For the second year running the venue hosted a prestigious Ladies European Tour event, a leg of Europe’s top professional competition.

Golf at the Archduke’s Chateau

A modern golf resort not far from one of the most beautiful chateaux in the country – that’s Konopiště Golf Resort just 40km south of Prague. The largest golf resort in the Czech Republic offers everything you could ever possibly need to enjoy a day’s golf. You can choose between two 18-hole courses and there’s also a large practice facility, a hire centre and a shop. If you fancy sleeping over there are 55 luxury hotel rooms and you can satisfy your taste buds at one of two restaurants serving Czech fare and international favourites

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