Made in Denmark. Good luck to the players!
Zala Springs is very much worth a visit. A still very new course designed by the Robert Trent Jones company and hence you can expect a very good design and a big variety in holes. The course is in very good condition, well maintained and it has really good and fast greens. The fairways are wide but with bunkers strategically placed in driving distance. On a quiet day, you can attack the course but once the wind picks up, it's a tough challenge. Apart from the course, there is a modern clubhouse with good food and some very modern accommodation just opened right in front of the club house. All in all an enjoyable visit that is recommended.
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I enjoyed playing this course although I played at a time when there had been a large amount of rain that had taken its toll on the course. You will find a lot of different holes here and no two holes look the same. At the time the course was reasonably well kept as well. One important point to be aware off, this is probably the most hilly course I have ever played and quite some people will be better off taking a buggy.
fingers crossed for CBA ?
50 degrees surely...
up north. Good weather, good company ?
another year, another birthday round.
another summer challenge... another round wondering where the summer is...
Played the course in the summer of 2015. Thought it was a very good course; well kept, well designed, fun to play and not at all expensive. Looking forward to play it again.
A decent course that doesn't get boring as there are all types of different holes on the course. The course is fair as well, and the redesign of two of the holes has been good. Greens have a good speed and normally hold the line. A shame though that the kitchen isn't always open for those who want a little something to eat after the round.
summer challenge in snow...
Back at Lübker, still an awesome course.
Getting Poland out of the system. The wind is the same in Denmark though...
The course is looking good!
Evening practice session. Still broad daylight up here in the north... Sure there's even more up in Iceland!