360 01 Karlovy Vary
Phone: +420 353 331 001
Fax: +420 353 331 002
The Karlovy Vary GC, which is settled in this course in Olšová Vrata, is the oldest one in the Czech Republic – it was established in 1904. A year later there was a golf course with nine holes created down in a park called Gejzír in Karlovy Vary. Nowadays it does not exist anymore but a new course was opened in 1932 in the place where it still is. The holes of the master course are situated in meadows and woods. With respect to the configuration of the terrain the course is hilly which makes it more attractive but it also lays demands on golfers’ qualities. It is maintained very well, of course, and it has been a place of important golf tournaments many times.
You can watch golfers playing on first three holes from the clubhouse terrace, then the holes lead around a mixed wood and back along a road to the access road. Neither the ninth green nor the tenth tees are near the clubhouse but there is a log-cabin built between them for golfers’ refreshment where they can have a rest. Then the holes will lead you to the very end of the course where you turn on the sixteenth hole and go back. The seventeenth hole offers attack to green over a small water hazard and then you climb up a gentle slope of the last eighteen towards its green above which there is the clubhouse with terrace. The most difficult hole is Nr. 6 which is not longer than 500 metres but it is still the longest one in this course. Interesting holes are Nr. 8, 12, 13 and 15.
The scenery which the course offers together with above standard services make this course exclusive and it is plentifully visited not only by spa visitors but also by other golfers. In conjunction with hotel Pupp there are gourmet services of high quality offered there.