Alpinka – a nine-hole course only 15km from the Košice centre.
Bernolákovo Black River – the first golf course to open in Slovakia after the fall of the communist regime. A Baroque manor house dominates the nine-hole Park course, while the 18-hole Black River course is the most demanding in Europe, according to a USGA rating (Slope rating 155, Course rating 79.5).
Black Stork – a golf resort with a 27-hole master golf course and plans to construct a new nine-hole course.
Veľká Lomnica, www.international.sk
Eurovalley Golf Park – operated by the same company as Bernolákovo Black River, this course opened only last July and offers two courses: the nine-hole Public course and the 18-hole White course.
Golf Club Pegas – a nine-hole course suitable for training as well as less demanding tournaments.
Golf Club Skalica – the first nine holes of this planned 18-hole course are already open.
Gray Bear – this 18+-hole course in Tále is Slovakia’s first championship golf course.
Horná Lehota - Tále 100, www.tale.sk
Spa Golf Club – Alexander Winter, who started providing the first spa treatments in Piešťany in the late nineteenth century, was also a pioneer of golf in the town. He launched Slovakia’s first golf course there in 1914. However, golfing ended in Piešťany after 1948. The old course was destroyed during the communist regime and a new 18-hole course opened only in 2004.
Welten – a new 18-hole master golf course.
Báč, near Šamorín, http://golf.welten.sk/
For more golf courses in Slovakia go to www.skga.sk
3. May 2010 at 0:00 | Compiled by Spectator staff