INTRODUCING A-ROSA GOLF CLUB SCHARMÜTZELSEE
Stately 63-hole golf club and resort joins WLG
Situated by the town of Bad Saarow close to Berlin, the beautiful A-ROSA Resort Scharmützelsee is home to three very different golf courses, the oldest designed by Nick Faldo, the youngest by Stan Eby. The Parkland Course conceived by Arnold Pamer, of course, is another good reason for beginners as well as international golf connoisseurs to come back to the resort time and again.
The large greens and the diversified layout of the holes that follow a number of small brooks meandering through the beautiful woodlands of the resort are what characterises the Arnold Pamer Course. According to head greenkeeper Jake McEwan it is the most gratifying course for less experienced players as well, thanks to its overall structure and Palmers subtle shaping.
The Stan Eby course, named after the European Golf Design architect, also offers fair play for people with higher handicaps all the while posing its challenges to more advanced players with a number of strongly undulating and extremely fast greens. Being located on a hill above the resort, this course offers spectacular views across the landscape and lakes surrounding it.
Sir Nick Faldo’s love for details shows on every turn of A-Rosa resort’s Faldo course with its 133 pot bunkers, undulating fairways and most demanding greens. The typical Links course has been earning many accolades since its opening in 1996 for the distinctive Scottish feel and can be considered the symbol for the Sporting Club Berlin, the resident club that not only sees to the caretaking of the courses but is renowned for its welcoming atmosphere and buoyant club life.
For guests from more distant places, the A-Rosa Resort makes for a invigorating time out in a uniquely graceful place by the west bank of the Scharmützelsee with diverse sportive challenges on offer as well as luxurious accommodations and great dining.
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