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Golfing in Sirdal

Golfing in Sirdal Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/Sirdalsferie Golfing in Sirdal Photo: Tom Haga Golfing in Sirdal Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/Sirdalsferie
Golfing in Sirdal Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/Sirdalsferie
Golfing in Sirdal Photo: Tom Haga
Golfing in Sirdal Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/Sirdalsferie

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The course is situated vis-a-vis Sirdal Mountain Museum and Kvæven Tourist Information. It is surrounded by beautiful nature and the Sira river meanders through the area, making your game extra challenging and exciting. Surrounding the golf course are hiking trails and peaceful picnic areas.

The course is staffed during the day, outside working hours a self service facility is available.

Green fees: 9 holes £. 200, -, 18-hole kr. 300, -.

For more information: www.sirdalfjellgolf.no

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Golfing in Sirdal

The course is situated vis-a-vis Sirdal Mountain Museum and Kvæven Tourist Information. It is surrounded by beautiful nature and the Sira river...

Golfing in Sirdal

Source: Visitnorway

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