Stavanger Golf Club is situated a mere 5 km from Norways oil capital and former fishing town of the same name. Having been founded in 1956, Stavanger is one of Norway’s oldest golf clubs lying in the quiet neighbourhood of ‘Store Stokkavann’ lake in breathtaking natural surroundings where fjords, mountains and long, white beaches compete for the visitors attention.
The tree-lined course, designed by British architect Fred Smith, is of a relatively tight layout demanding a good eye and a precise tee shot. Numerous elevated tees, small greens, strategically placed bunkers and undulating fairways add to the test while blending smoothly into the beautiful natural vegetation of pine and fir. Thanks to its climate and location by the waterfront, the Stavanger course poses a windy challenge accompanied by magnificently diversified views across the landscape.
The Stavanger course has been ranked among the nation's best for years and many national and international championships have been held here. Besides professional services like a TrackMan 4 simulator, an indoor putting green, professional coaching and a pro shop, Stavanger Golf Club welcomes guests in the Farmhouse Restaurant, which serves a variety of international foods as well as local specialties.
18-hole Championship Course
(25 range tees, 8 under cover)
18 holes (weekday/weekend)
9 holes (weekday/weekend)
- Practice area with 3 putting greens, bunkers and chipping area
- TrackMan 4 Simulator:
NOK 200 per hour before 4pm; NOK 300 after 4pm
- Club & buggy rental available
- Pro Shop
- Farmhouse Restaurant
Guests welcome Mon – Fri 2 – 6 pm; Sat + Sun 10 am – 3 pm
On Thu 2 – 5 pm teetimes for members only
Soft spikes mandatory