Haninge, Sodermanland S - 136 91
27 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Gently undulating terrain - easy to walk.
Rural countryside and woodland.
Jan Sederholm designed the Red & Yellow nines. Carl-Edvard Montgomery designed the Blue nine in 1990.
Haninge Golfklubb comprises 27-holes, laid out as the Red/Röd, Yellow/Gul and Blue/Blå nines.
32 km SE of Stockholm
Take the E4(S) / E20 out of Stockholm heading south. Then follow the route 73 direction Nynashamn for several kilometres out of Stockholm. After several junctions take the exit onto route 227, and follow direction Dalaro. After 4.3 km turn right direction Astra Hausbad / Golfbanan, then immediately left direction Haninge Golfklubb. After 3 km turn left direction Golfbanan. After 350 metres golf parking is in front of you.
Haninge Golfklubb: This very solid and uncomplicated golf course, combines a mix of woodland holes and others in more open country; its just the place to get your game sharpened up for some of Stockholm's tougher challenges. The Yellow-9 (Gul) and Red-9 (Rod) fit well together, with the Blue-9 (Bla) being a tad more open, but still fitting well with the other two. Fairways are quite generously wide, the bunkering is well-placed and water is used sparingly, but to good effect when it is. The biggest test comes with the approach play and judging second shots rather than punishing you from the tee. The overall setting is quiet, feels expansive, often quite open and scenically is really rather pleasant.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends (after 1pm).
Must book in advance. Handicap required
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Players generally walk this course.
The Clubhouse is located in the splendid Arsta Slott (castle) which was once home to Fredrika Bremer, a famous Swedish reformer of the nineteenth century. Just a kilometer along from Haninge Golfklubb is Haninge Strand Golfklubb, reputedly shorter, tighter, hillier and a tad trickier than the 27-holes of Haninge. | Haninge is the home club of European Tour player Alexander Noren.
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