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Hemsedal

Golf Hemsedal

Situated in picturesque landscape and surrounded by mountains in Grøndalen valley. Golfstua is a nice reaurant and meeting place for golfers and other...

Øyer

Hafjell Golfbane

An excellent 9-hole park/forest course with large greens and a range of challenging hazards.

Kolltveit

Kobbeltveit Golf & Park

The distinctive sound of a nine-iron resonating through the archipelago. The ball glowing white against the blue horizon, before it disappears behind rocky ridge. Breathe the fresh sea air on the fairway, surrounded by fields of heather. Playing golf in this rugged, coastal countryside is such a wonderful experience, you’re sure to return time and time again. The short distance from Bergen means you can easily be a lawyer before lunch and golf player in the afternoon. Welcome to Kobbeltveit Golf and Nature park.

Svolvær

XXLofoten

Your main supplier in Lofoten when it comes to courses, conferences, seminars, themed trips, group trips, activities and experiences - all year round!...
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Bekkestua

ToppGolf Senteret

Located just 15 minutes from downtown Oslo, ToppGolf is a modern golf centre for golf enthusiasts of all skill levels. - Driving range with 80 bays...

Skulestadmo

Football Golf

Football golf and other activities for groups, friends and companies in scenic cultural landscape, with competitions throughout the season. Cultural/na...

Tvedestrand

Arendal & Omegn Golf Club

Nes Verk Golfpark is one of the best golf courses in Norway, with a popular 18-hole course. The driving range and 9-hole course are open to everybody.

Skulestadmo

Voss Golf Course

This high quality golf course is surrounded by a breathtaking landscape, located near lake Lønavatnet and the steep mountain side of Mt. Lønahorgi the...

Svingvoll

Skei Golf

At Skeikampen you can play golf on our 18-hole course, which stands 900 metres above sea level, making it the highest course in the Nordic region.
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