This course hosted the European PGA Golf Tour during 1997 and the Czech Open on numerous occasions. There are 18 challenging holes with wide but tricky greens along with several ponds and a hilly profile, making the course very memorable for all golfers. Located within 45 minutes of Prague in the beautiful Czech countryside, the magnificent Karlstejn castle provides a spectacular backdrop. The newly built clubhouse has superb facilities for both golfers and non-golfers. The golf course is one of the leading courses not only in the area of Prague, but around the Czech Republic as well.

This excellent resort, which opened the first 18 holes in 2002, is located only 40 km southeast of Prague. This resort provides two high standard 18-hole courses (Radecky and d'Este). Players of all standards will enjoy the course setting which, cut sympathetically into the rolling forest and hillside, has some inventive features. Alongside this, there is also a 9-hole public course as well as good practice facilities. The refurbished Manor House provides conference rooms and an excellent hotel to meet all your needs. The golf resort is a unique golf complex, that you shouldn’t miss.

This resort that open in May 2009 offers services both for golfers and non-golfers. The golf course is beautifully nested in a slightly hilly environment surrounded by nature such as mixed forrest, lakes, ponds and solitary trees. Course has been designed by famous Canadian golf architect Les Furber and features 18 championship holes with dominant strategic design so the course is ideal for all golfers levels ranging from beginners to proffesionals. Each hole is original and the course offers many breathtaking views from the top of the hill on the Beroun town and vicinity. There is accomodation in nine double rooms (2 luxury with outdoor patio jacuzzi) , wellness centre, fitness and outdoor swimming pool also available.

The course spreads over an area of about eighty hectares and is built on the owner’s land, on moderately hilly terrain. The resort can be found near the village of Vysoky Ujezd in the vicinity of Prague, on the very border of the Bohemian Kras at 420 metres above sea level. Thanks to the favourable climate, the outdoor golf season here may in fact be one of the longest in Central Europe! The 72-par course have putting green areas, each from 459 to 812 square metres, depending on the overall approach and difficulty of the particular hole. The total area of the putting greens including foregreens is 11 677 square metres. The holes have four to five tees with an area of 12 500 square metres. Area of the fairways is 16.58 hectares and the total area of the bunkers is 10 400 square metres.

Established in 1961, this 18-hole course is set in peaceful countryside and can offer a challenge to all golfers. Although reasonably level, this parkland course has several excellent holes set in the forest and surrounded by many old trees. The course also has a number of hazards that make good use of the trees and water. Golf Club Podebrady offers a friendly atmosphere and good practice facilities. You will find this resort located in the famous spa town of Podebrady, only 50 km from Prague, so the journey from the capital takes about 50 minutes.

Originally opened in 2004 as a 9-hole course, in 2006 it was expanded to a par 72,18-hole golf course. Located to the east of Prague, very close to the outskirts of the city, it is a very good option for golfers on a city break. The Mstetice course has been developed with a 'links' design which means a lot of bumps and mounds and run off areas. The course is set in the slightly undulating and very open terrain with good use of large bunkers and water hazard; combine this with the wind and becomes a very interesting challenge for golfers of all levels. Golfers and non-golfers will also appreciate the friendly atmosphere and additional services available at Mstetice. By car Prague city centre is about 30 minutes away.

This attractive golf resort with a challenging course is located near the famous town of Pilsen (Pilsner Urquell Beer) only 50 minutes from Prague. Designed by the golf architect Christoph Stadler, the 18-hole golf course presents a tempting challenge for golfers of all skill levels. It is cleverly set amongst numerous birch and alder groves and embraced by the Klabava river and the beautiful Ejpovice lake. The unique clubhouse has a top quality summer terrace, bar and restaurant which is complimented by the excellent accommodation available in the nearby city of Pilsen.

This 27-hole golf course is a part of very attractive and unique golf complex, with the most recent high standard 9 holes being designed by Chris Johnson. The resort is located in picturesque surroundings of the Berounka river valley, 20 minutes from Pilsen (home to the Pilsner Urquell Beer). As well as the high standard of golf, it offers many other activities including bike trails and swimming pool. Both the accommodation and practice will meet the demands of all golfers. As well as being close to Pilsen, this resort is only 60 minutes from Prague airport.

This young links-style course is hidden like a gem away from the city atop a plateau, which makes the prevailing winds a force to contend with. Lovely fairways are mostly separated with sparse young trees, bunkers and piles of large rocks in very forgiving rough that make even a bad ball-striking round enjoyable. Greens are attractive and well maintained. The good-length par-3s are difficult by length but in return the par-4s are accessible except for the #13’s gulley fairway and hidden uphill green. Par-5s are reasonable despite well-positioned hazards but players should probably consider the 605m #15 as a par 6!

A newly opened back-9 completes this fantastic 18-hole open links course in an area close to Prague. Both nines arise delightfully from both sides of the village valley. The course is both beautiful and difficult as fairways can be relatively easy to find but approach shots are at a premium because getting to and staying on the well-protected sloping greens is demanding. The first-9 has more forgiving rough but the second-9 is filled with long fescue mounds and devilish water hazards which could have you screaming back to the clubhouse needing to buy more balls in order to finish the round!

The golf complex is situated in a protected zone and its location and climatic conditions enable players to enjoy the game all year long on summer greens. On the premise of the complex there are a newly opened 18-hole course Soudný (par 72) with 5 hitting bays and a 9-hole public golf course Dýmaè (par 54). Additionally, a new indoor driving range with 15 mats and another 16 places outdoor were erected. Putting green with 18 holes and large practice for pitching and chipping and bunker game are also available. For those interested we have prepared a golf school with professional trainers. There is a pro shop and a club, buggy and Club Cars rental.

Prague City Golf Club, first 18 hole golf course in Prague co-designed by Alex Cejka, is conceived as a Championship course with ambitions of hosting professional tournaments of the highest level , yet at the same time is very playable for recreational golfers. The front nine holes, designated the "Links Nine", and the back nine holes, designated the "Lakes Nine" will provide an interesting variety of playing conditions. The clubhouse and restaurant spaces were developed with very sensitive reconstruction of a 200 year old horse stable.

Although the current 18-hole championship course was built in 1933, golf was first established here in 1904. During it's history this course has hosted many Czech and International competitions and is often viewed as one of the oldest and nicest golf courses in central Europe. The resort is located in the magnificent setting of the 'Krusne hory' mountain range, 5 km from the centre of famous spa town of Karlovy Vary and only 120 km west of Prague. The luxurious clubhouse offers first class services to satisfy even the most demanding guests.

This 18-hole golf course was designed by the Gary Player Design Company, and was selected to host the 2003 European Junior Championships, such is the high standard of the set-up. The course is set in Woodland and open grounds and has many water and sand hazards to keep all golfers focused. It boasts both a good clubhouse and excellent practice facilities. The resort is located about 15 minutes from the famous spa town of Karlovy Vary in the west of the Czech Republic. This golf course is one of the most atractive courses in the area of Karlovy Vary.

This new championship German designed 18-hole par 72 is 6288m long course, fortunately it is at an altitude of 430m to give the golfer every help with the length. The difference between the highest and the lowest point of the course is 42 m, so expect to be challenged. Located in the area of Karlovy Vary, those in the know are already claiming this course is a jewel in the Czech golf crown. The clubhouse has a restaurant, bar and terrace.

The Royal Golf Club Marianske Lazne is a beautiful mature 18-hole course set in woodland grounds in the famous spa town of the same name, located in the west of the Czech Republic. Opened in 1905 by King Edward VII, through it's continual professionally designed alterations, this course offers golfers of all levels a good challenge. This is probably why as well as the Czech Open being played here regularly; many of the world's top players have visited the course over the years. The resort is around one hour drive from the spa town of Karlovy Vary and a further 2 hours from Prague.

This challenging 18-hole golf course, opened in 2003, was designed by the Anglo-German team of Peter Walker and Heinz Fehring. The course is well design, using both the natural elements alongside some well-placed course architecture. Its undulating fairways and spectacular countryside setting will definitely see it become as popular as its famous neighbours 'Karlovy Vary' and 'Marianske Lazne' golf clubs. The Resort Frantiskovy Lazne is located in the west part of the Czech Republic very close to German border and about one hour from Karlovy Vary.

This new golf course that was opened for visitors in spring 2006, is located on the edge of Jizerske hory mountains. The English architect Keith Preston created this par 72 golf course with a length of more than 6.000 meters in the beautiful countryside near the imposing reservoir Fojtka. The very hilly profile of the course, situated 420 - 470 m above sea level, has splendid views and a unique atmosphere that makes a round of golf here very challenging and but also very memorable. This excellent golf course hosted European Professional Development Tour (EPD Tour) in June 2007. The Ypsilon Golf Resort Liberec boasts a modern club house with a restaurant and terrace, all in a quiet, picturesque, natural setting. The 18-hole golf course is situated about 20 minutes from the city of Liberec, the centre of North Bohemia, and Prague is about 90 minutes by car away.

This 18-hole golf course is a part of very attractive and unique resort Ranch Malevil. The resort is located in picturesque countryside west of the town of Liberec in the area of North Bohemia. Although the golf course isn't amongst the best in the Czech Republic, the resort is excellent and offers a wide range of sporting activities and facilities also for golfers and non-golfers alike. For example a private zoo, adrenalin park and horse riding. The Malevil is very suitable for golf academies, corporate meetings and events as well as sporting family holidays. Liberec City is about 30 minutes away and Prague another hour.

This brand new golf course, part of multi-functional sports resort, is located in East Bohemia region between the towns of Hradec Kralove and Pardubice. The championship 18-hole course par 72, which opened in summer 2007, was designed by the famous Australian architect Graham Marsh to meet all the requirements and standard of a modern world class golf resort. There are wide and long fairways, large and undulating greens, 89 bunkers (the longest one is 34 metres long) as well as 3 lakes (the biggest lake being 14 hectares) with 6 holes going through them. In addition to this, views of Kuneticka Hora castle make this excellent course a great challenge for all golfers. The centre of Hradec Kralove is 20 minutes drive and Prague city centre 90 min.

The Golf Resort Nova Amerika is situated deep among woods in beautiful countryside close to the historical town of Hradec Kralove east of Prague. Both golfers and non-golfers can enjoy a unique complex with 27 holes plus a fine hotel and sporting facilities. The main goal of golf architect Stephan Friedreich was to design three high standard courses with different character, this we feel he has achieved, offering a variable, but excellent and challenging golf experience. Nova Amerika is located about 2,5 hours from Prague airport.

This 18-hole golf course was opened in summer 2004 and offers many water and sand hazards with large undulating greens set in beautiful woodland and countryside. The course is laid out to reward the straight golfer and punish those that are wayward. The courses condition belies its age. Many historical and nature heritage sites nearby makes it an excellent location and just a step from other golf courses behind the Austrian borders.

This parkland course is one of the most attractive courses in South Bohemia. It's beautiful views of the Hluboka Chateaux, many water hazards, tight fairways and famous oak trees, many of which are over 100 years old, provide a very unique golfing experience. The city of Ceske Budejovice (home to Budweiser Budvar Beer) is located 10 min. away with the famous historical town of Cesky Krumlov (UNESCO heritage area) a little further.

Opened in 2006, this 27-hole golf course is not lacking by any standard. Located only 9km from Brno, this British designed course includes 13 lakes and a good number of bunkers. The course is perfectly blended with its surroundings and includes a hotel, which is made up of 100 bungalows. The club house boasts an excellent restaurant with a terrace that offers views over the majority of the course, especially the nearby 18th green.

This 18-hole course, opened in 2006, is situated in peaceful countryside in the southeast of the country. The course with slightly undulating terrain, many water hazards and set among forests is a new challenge for golfers. Telc has excellent facilities both for golfers and non-golfers including small luxury hotel. The Historic town of Telc (UNESCO heritage area) is only a few minutes away. The journey to Prague is a 2 hour drive.

Golf Resort Austerlitz provides an 18-hole course, that has been designed very much in the 'Scottish style', with a good number of deep sand traps and heath land to match. To add to this, there are a number of well place water and natural hazards, making for an enjoyable but challenging round of golf. The newly developed clubhouse and infrastructure offers a warm welcome alongside good practice facilities. This leading golf course in the area of Brno is only about 20 minutes from both the city of Brno and Brno airport. Prague airport is about a 2,5 hours drive by motorway.

Situated in a wonderful area of unspoilt countryside, its location provides an unrivalled view of picturesque Bohemian-Moravian Uplands. The 18-hole course is sensitively set in the pasture meadows and parkland only 1 hour from Brno. The course, home to Sokrates Golf & Coutry Golf Club, offers a unique clubhouse as well as excellent practise facilities. An oasis of tranquility and exceptionally clean air, this is one not to miss.

Miguel Jimenez designed both of the championship standard 18-hole courses that this resort has to offer. The courses are distinct, but each offers its own challenge. Set at the foot of the Beskydy Mountains amongst the attractive countryside, the resort also offers high quality activities and services alongside excellent accommodation. This resort is one of the top golf resorts in the Czech Republic and provides great services both for golfers and non-golfers. Ostrava airport is situated about 45 minutes by car, with Krakow airport a further 2 hours away.

This 18-hole parkland course was established in 1970 and has hosted the Czech Open. Its challenging design is set within the 'English Park' of the 19th century Rothschild's Palace grounds, close to the city of Ostrava. The course is located near to the Polish border and is the oldest course in the area of Ostrava. In combination with other new courses, especially the Golf Resort Celadna, which is situated south of the city of Ostrava, this area is fast becoming a very atractive new golfing destination in the Czech Republic. Ostrava airport is a 30 minutes drive.

This new golf course, designed by Austrian architect Hans George Erhardt, is situated close the towns of Trinec ans Cesky Tesin in the area of North Moravia. This high standard 18-hole golf course was fully opened for visitors in May 2007 having initially opened as a 9-hole course in 2004. This links type course, with its undulating fairways, set in the peaceful countryside offers wonderful panoramic views across the the Beskydy mountains. With Celadna and Ostrava courses close by, this makes for a very interesting venue for your golfing holiday. Ostrava city centre is about 45 minutes by car away.

The course is situated between the Beskydy Mountains´ two highest mountains - Lysá hora and Smrk - at the foot of Žár Hill, in the village of Ostravice. It is a parkland-type championship golf course. The course PAR is 72. The very first holes give the impression of a very open course, however, don´t let that get you confused… The designer and constructor of the course is Chris Johnson, who has designed many courses in Europe and Africa. The investor and the whole team involved in the construction made an effort to built a course comparable to the latest championship courses in advanced European golf. That includes location selection, course shaping, playing area full irrigation, strictly tested and inspected building material, large greens, 3 ha of water, five spacious tees (teeing grounds) at each hole, special seeds, etc.