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An emerging force

Finland as a nation is not often considered a golfing destination to go to in Europe. While it is true that golf in Finland is still an emerging sport that’s not to say that the courses here are not worth visiting. There is so much to see and do in Finland, the nation is known for its marvellous historic and cultural sites and with up to 18 hours of sun in the summer there is plenty of time to see and do everything both on and off the course.

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Treat your senses with a golf trip in Finland

Finland is truly an emerging force to be reckoned with, in regards to golf. The country is following a similar trend to Sweden pulling more focus onto its golf infrastructure and as a result, there are many outstanding courses for aspiring visitors to take advantage of.

One of Finland’s best courses and certainly one to look out for on your next trip to Finland is the Linna golf course at Linna Golf Resort, located an hour north of the capital Helsinki. The course is a Tim Lobb design, incorporating a spectacular pine forest into its many twisting holes, as well as some well-placed water features and rocky outcrops. The course also has the honour of being a European Tour property which it owes to its fantastic quality.

Beautiful landscapes, long summers and more

Golf in Finland often raises eyebrows, but as the sport grows in the country, the appreciation for the great courses on offer does too. The ideal summer climate means golf can be played 24/7 with the sun never fully setting, perfect for any golfers looking for more than one round.

Lina Golf Club is often ranked as the best in the country and has got the backing of the European Tour, becoming one of their ‘destination’ courses. The Tim Lobb design is set among a spectacular pine forest and provides a range of challenging and enjoyable holes. The courses in Finland are kept in immaculate condition with fairways boarded by rocky outcrops.

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Not sure where to play? Browse our map and find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.

Luxury accommodation in the heart of Finland

Good accommodation is vital to a good golf holiday, that’s why Finland is the perfect place to visit, with luxury accommodation on-site. Linna Golf Resort is Finland’s best golf resort and is set within the spectacular Vanajanlinna Castle.

The castle was renovated to provide the perfect place to stay whilst playing the neighbouring Linna Golf Course. The tranquil surroundings are perfect for golfers to relax and unwind in after a day on the course and during the summer months, the climate is ideal for golf.

Golfers can choose from suites, villas and standard rooms, allowing the trip to be customised to individual needs. There are an impressive 10 restaurants and bars on offer, meaning there is something for everyone. There is also an on-site gym and spa, providing the perfect place to relax and unwind after a day on the course.

Discover this unique destination off the course

There are plenty of activities to go alongside the excellent golf in Finland, with close to 24 hours of light in the summer months, the opportunities are endless for travellers.

The wooded houses of Helsinki offer beautiful sightseeing within the capital, the houses date back hundreds of years, the colourful buildings not only look good but have a steep history within Finland.

The fortress island Suomenlinna in Helsinki is a Unesco World Heritage site and again is a must-visit when in the capital. It is made up of seven islands that contain old fortresses and dungeons.

With 40 national parks in Finland, the beauty is endless and golfers can explore these with the chance of seeing the Northern Lights within the north of Finland.