Welcome to Österlens Golfklubb. Here, right on the coast, you play two fantastic 18-hole courses that give you great experiences of both golf and nature in a wonderful landscape, regardless of the season.
Thanks to our location in Skåne and on the coast, we can offer you golf on ordinary greens practically all year round. We are pleased that many people choose to start the season start with us or extend the season well into the autumn. So come here and enjoy, old as young, alone, a couple or a whole bunch. Together with the whole of Österlen, we want to do our best to give you a fantastic total experience.
Österlens Golfklubb was founded in 1945, but long before that, golf was played on the meadows in Vik. The initiator of the golf club was the provincial physician Johann Lehmann who took the help of the experts Gunnar Tisell, then secretary of SGF and Rafael Sundblom, the first Swedish railway architect, who was called down from Stockholm. With the help of the farmer Edvard Månsson, a 6-hole course was built.
From the 6-hole course to two 18-hole courses in
1951, the track was expanded to 9 holes and in 1979 the time was once again ripe for an extension. The club''s own member, Tommy Nordström, then an unwritten card, designed and designed the new 18-hole course, Lilla Vik. In 2001 another 18-hole, Djupadal, was inaugurated. Tommy Nordström has also designed this magnificent heath path. Since 2012, the club has worked with Pierre Fulke Design to further develop our courses. Lilla Vik was renovated in 2012-2014 which is now updated with a uniform bunker system, new cutting lines and construction of front tee on virtually all holes.
Today Österlens Golfklubb consists of two beautiful 18-hole courses, each with a driving range, a well-maintained 6-hole course, chip and putting greens, which means excellent gaming and training opportunities for all categories of golfers all year round. The club currently has about 1900 members.
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