ESTONIAN GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
Opened in 2005, the Estonian Golf & Country Club (EGCC) is considered the finest golf resort in Estonia.
The club is adamant about keeping its organizational and golfing levels to the highest international standards – which is why it had the honour to host many different prestigious international events on its two very diverse courses. EGCC's Sea Course has been voted one of the TOP100 golf courses in Continental Europe 4 times in a row to by Golf World and has hosted the World Cup European Qualifier twice. In 2016 EGCC hosted the International Men’s Individual European Championship at the beginning of August.
The 18-hole Sea Course is strewn by oak alleys, old boulders and natural ponds as it reaches from the forests to the sea and the Jägala River. Due to its length and complexity, the Sea Course is a real challenge even for the experienced golfer as it also bridges altitudes of up to 40 metres.
In addition EGCC is working with the best female golfer of all time, Annika Sörenstam, and European Golf Design to open Annika’s first designed European course in Estonian Golf & Country Club in 2019. Managed by a forward-thinking team, the EGCC is GEO Certified™ demonstrating its dedication to sustainable business practices. Travellers will find the club to be easily accessible as it lies just 20 km from the city centre of the Estonian capital Tallinn.
About GEO Certified™
GEO Certified is golf’s ecolabel - a trusted symbol of great golf environments worldwide. Widely endorsed by a growing number of organizations throughout the golf industry, GEO Certified is awarded to golf clubs who demonstrate a level of sustainability action and considerations across a comprehensive modern sustainability agenda of nature, water, energy, supply chain, pollution control and community.
About Annika Sörenstam
Annika Sörenstam (born 9 October 1970) is a retired Swedish professional golfer who is regarded as one of the best female golfers in history. Before stepping away from competitive golf at the end of the 2008 season, she had won 90 international tournaments as a professional, making her the female golfer with the most wins to her name. Sörenstam has undertaken a number of golf course design projects. Her first, the Annika Course, was completed at Mission Hills Golf Club in Shenzen, China, in 2003.
Sea Course (18 holes), Par 72
65: 74,5/137 62: 73,0/134
57: 70,6/130 53: 68,6/125
57: 76,4/141 53: 73,9/135
Stone Course (9 holes)
Rising Course (Par 3)
Pitching area, putting greens, driving range (covered), bunkers for short and long distance strikes.
Carts, club fitting and rental.Golf demos and Green Card courses. Pro Shop and Pro lessons.
Lockers, showers and sauna, restaurant, conference rooms.
in € (18/9 hole)
Sea Course 89/55
Stone Course 59/35
Guests are welcome anytime
Guest of an EGCC Club member -50%
Open April 1st - October 31st