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Gimsøysand

Golf fun 1 hour

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"Golf Skøy" is an offer for those who want an informal event on the golf course. This is a one-hour program where we have the most fun, but also learns a little golf.

The program fits very well in conjunction with conferences, kick off tours and other events for your company. What is unique is that all releases on the pitch and play decent golf. After having conducted several dozen such events shows this always to be a success. If conditions are right then there will be a short golf competition Time: The event takes 1 hour and can be carried out every day from May to October.

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  • Golfing Golfing
  • Family activities Family activities

Transportation


Hov on the island of Gimsøy, 45 km south-west of Svolvær and 50 km north-east of Leknes. Follow Highway E10 turning off at Sundklakkbrua bridge or Gimsøybrua bridge on the island of Gimsøy.

Facility overview

  • Bar
  • General facilities

    • bar
    • café
  • Golf

    • locker room
    • driving range
    • putting green
    • golf pro
  • Activities

    • riding tours
  • Season

    • open in the season (20.04-14.10)
  • Hire

    • golf cars
    • golf clubs
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"Golf Skøy" is an offer for those who want an informal event on the golf course. This is a one-hour program where we have the most fun, but also lear...

Golf fun 1 hour

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