Varmdo, Stockholms län S - 139 60
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
Woodland and open countryside.
9-hole par-27 short course (1073 metres).
35 km E of Stockholm
Take the E4(S) / E20 out of Stockholm heading south. Then follow the route 73 direction Nynashamn for a few kilometres. Leave the 73 and take route 222, direction Gustavsberg. After 6.9 km cross roundabout and continue on the 222 direction Stavsnas. After 5.9 miles (and after passing through Stromma) turn right at Fagelbro Golf sign. After 800 metres golf is on your left.
Fågelbro Golf & Country Club: If ever there was a list of golf courses that most tested your all round game, then Fagelbro would surely be on it. As if rocky outcrops, tight fairways, fast and sloping greens and railway-sleepered bunkers were not enough, the back-nine also adds a copious number of water hazards, culminating in the 17th hole where a wafer thin fairway gallantly weaves its way through water left and right. The natural splendour and quietness of Fagelbro will definitely grow on you, and playing the golf course a few times will generate vital "local knowledge". This is beautiful weekend retreat country for many Stockholmers, devotees of the archipelago environment. From occasional visitors to the area we've heard the golf at Fagelbro described as "hilly, tricky ....... oh, and then there's the water, but you must give it a go !"
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance. Maximum handicap: men 30; women 36; total per tee-time 108.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Players generally walk this course.
As a Golf and Country Club, other facilities at Fagelbro include tennis courts, swimming pool and a large equestrian centre.
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