Skovbo Golf Club is a humble pearl among middle Zealand golf courses. The course was designed by Danish Golf Designs by architect Rolf Henning-Jensen, built by MJ Eriksson A/S in 2000, and opened in 2001.
It is located in a scenic area along the Køge River amongst picturesque landscape and rolling hills. On the course, there are marshes, a preserved oak forest and a protected dyke. Many oak trees, several of which were planted during King Christians IV’s reign, were used to build a war fleet, but are now a beautiful part of the golf course’s history. In addition, the course is rich with wildlife, including deer, hares, pheasants and many other bird species.
The course is constantly evolving, and activities already being planned will undoubtedly make the course even more exciting.
Skovbo Golf Club also has excellent training facilities, and has a challenging 9-hole par 3 course with water in play on several holes. The 18-hole course is in a terrain whereof the first 9 holes is less hilly than the last 9 holes. Golfers playing the course with accurate strokes are most likely to return to the clubhouse with a low score.
Skovbo Golf Club was founded in 1999 with an emphasis on it being a club for members. Since the statutes limit the number of members, it is always possible to find a start time by either booking a tee time with the club office or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org