434 01 Most-Nebušice
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I.GCM, or more precisely I. Golf Club Most was established in 1993 as one of the first new golf clubs on hilly rehabilitated dumps which were a monument of the mining industry in northern Czech. There is a sufficient clubhouse without restaurant available for all golfers but there is also refreshment and a smaller pro shop. You can even borrow golf clubs here.
The training areas have a classical composition – driving range, putting and chipping green. There is also a training bunker available.
The course itself is about five kilometres long; the longest holes are 490, or more precisely 430 metres long. On the other hand, the shortest hole is only 124 metres long for both men and women. Par 70 is a base for play; the rating advantages all golfers a bit. The course is a bit hilly and there are no trees affecting play apart from a few. You can enjoy the view of the countryside from two sides; the other two sides are hidden by wood. You start on hole watching the fence of Hipodrom and, therefore this hole is not popular among golfers who “prefer” slice. The third hole has a double dogleg due to not very busy road crossing the course. Nr. 4 goes up a long hill and green is hidden at the edge of wood. Nr. 5 is a nice hole where you hit to a wide space which is narrowed further and surrounded by woods all over it to green. Hole Nr. 6 offers a view of the country around the town and a wide fairway from its tee. It is also necessary to choose a good position for ball before the last hit because green is hidden behind small trees. Other three holes are in a meadow in front of the clubhouse.