Mörarp, Helsingborg, Skane Lan S-253 54
18 holes. Links-style. Gently undulating terrain - easy to walk.
Woodland and open countryside.
Arthur Hills & Steve Forrest.
Above distances are for the Tournament course. Also at Vasatorp is the 18-hole Classic course (par-72; 6255 m from back tees); 9-hole Allébanan (par-36; 3175 m, designed by Stefan Nilsson & Hans Fock); 9-hole Västra/West course (par-29; 1409 m, designed by Ove Sellberg).
7 km E of Helsingborg
From Malmo and the south: Leave E6/E20 at exit 28 and take direction 109 Ekeby. After o.6 km turn left at roundabout direction Paarp. Stay on this road (ignore Paarp 2 kms right turn) and after 5.6 km turn left in village of Hjortshog and follow direction Kropp. After 2.4 km turn left direction Valluv. After 1 km turn left into Golf.
Vasatorps Golfklubb (Tournament course): Following a considerable revamp of its facilities in the late 2000s, Vasatorp now offers 54-holes of golf, with two 18-hole championship courses and two nine-hole layouts. Pride of place goes to the newer Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest designed Tournament Course (TC), which opened in 2008. Also benefitting from the attentions of Steve Forrest, the original Old (Gamla) course was upgraded in 2013, and simultaneously renamed as the Classic Course. It too puts up an excellent and enjoyable golfing challenge.
The newer Tournament Course is ostensibly a "links-style" layout, but a "links" with more than its fair share of threatening water hazards to negotiate. This you'll discover as early as the par-3 2nd, and again at the dog-legging par-4 5th and 8th holes on the front-nine loop. Water returns at the straight par-5 10th, and again in the middle of the back-nine, with the very testing par-4 13th and par-3 14th wrapped around the same small lake. When water is not present, you'll find the fairways flanked by rippling mounds or "rivers of sand" flowing through large waste areas.
Considerably more open and spacious in character than its 18-hole sibling, the Gamla (Old) course, the newer kid on the block is now the club's premier tournament course ... and one of the top 10 layouts in Sweden.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance (visitors can book 14 days ahead of day of play). Maximum handicap: 36.
Credit cards accepted. [Last updated: 2021].
Soft spikes only. Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire.
Vasatorp has played host to many top level local and national tournaments. Amongst them the European Tour's Scandinavian Enterprise Open and Ladies European Tour's Compaq Open (won by local star Annika Sorenstam) and Helsinborg Open. For more details see Top Golf Tournaments at Vasatorps GK.
Vasatorp is served by an excellent restaurant that attracts golfers and local business people alike.
2020 Golf Digest rating: 11th best course in Sweden.
Jarnvagsgatan 17, Helsingborg 25224
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Hotel Kärnan is located opposite Helsingborg central station and ferry terminal. The 5-room hotel features a sauna, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TV. The hotel is named after Helsingborg's medieval tower, Kärnan, which is a few minutes' walk away.
Kungstorget 6, Helsingbord 251 10
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This large 200-room hotel is located in the centre of Helsingborg, directly alongside the harbour, and bus, train and ferry terminals. Stylish guest rooms feature flat-screen TVs, free internet access and designer furnishings. The hotel's facilities include an onsite restaurant, English-style pub, gym and sauna.
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