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Greenfee Lofoten Golf Links

Greenfee from NOK 250 - 500.A golf course beautifully located by the ocean, facing the north and the midnight sun.

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A golf course beautifully located by the ocean, facing the north and the midnight sun.2 new amazing holes near a water bird, a challenge to play. Clubhouse with a café, bar, pro shop, golf equipment hire facilities and meeting rooms. Room hire, apartments and cabins available. Golf courses and activities for groups and individuals throughout the season. Season: April to October.

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  • Golf Golf
  • 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.

Facilities

  • Golf

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

    • summer (24.05-26.07)
  • Hire

    • golf cars
    • golf clubs
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Greenfee Lofoten Golf Links

A golf course beautifully located by the ocean, facing the north and the midnight sun.2 new amazing holes near a water bird, a challenge to play. Club...

Greenfee Lofoten Golf Links

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