Best Golf Courses in Czech Republic

The top golf courses to play on a trip to Czech Republic.

The top ranked venues to play in Czech Republic and best golf courses.

Best Golf Courses in Czech Republic

Looking to play the best golf courses in Czech Republic? picks out the top courses to play in Czech Republic.

Czech Republic might not be heavily associated with golf but don’t let that put you off a trip as there are some notable gems waiting to be played.

The top ranked is home to the Czech Masters on the DP World Tour, while there are other impressive courses that should be on your radar if teeing it up in the country.

Here are our top five best golf courses in Czech Republic.

Albatross Golf Resort

Albatross Golf Prague

The Albatross Golf Resort is known for its championship-level course design, which hosts the Czech Masters on the DP World Tour. It has also host the Prague Golf Masters on the Ladies European Tour.

The course was designed by Keith Preston and first opened for play as recently as 2009. It plays as a par 72 over 6858 metres from the back tees.

Located near Prague, the country’s capital, close to the Cesky Kras Nature Reserve, it features a challenging layout with strategically placed hazards, undulating fairways and well-maintained greens.

Both the ninth and 18th holes are tricky ends to loops with a creek hugging the greens of both holes.

Albatross Golf Resort is set against a picturesque backdrop of the Czech countryside and offers stunning views.

Prosper Golf Resort (Old Course)

Prosper Golf Resort

Located in the Beskid Mountains in the east of Czech Republic close to the Polish and Slovakian borders, Prosper Golf Resort is one of the most stunning golf venues in the country.

The Old Course is designed to blend seamlessly with the surrounding natural landscape, providing golfers with breathtaking views of the mountains.

The resort course offers a mix of open fairways, water features and strategic bunkers, challenging players to use a variety of shots in an all round test of your game.

Designed by Miguel Angel Jimenez, the Old Course at Prosper Golf Resort has hosted tour events include the Czech Open and plays to a par-72 of 7,177 yards.

Despite the name, the Old Course was opened for play in 2001. Three years later in 2004, the New Course joined it to create two 18-hole loops.

Golf & Spa Resort Konopiste

Golf & Spa Resort Konopiste

Golf & Spa Resort Konopiste is situated on the Tvorsovice Estate close to Prague and provides a unique atmosphere that combines golf with cultural experiences.

The castle on the estate was the last home of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

Konopiste is home to three courses, the par-72 Radecky, par-72 d’Este and a 9-hole public course that has a par-29 and is ideal for beginners or resort guests.

The Radecky course has a parkland feel and was opened in 2002 as a John Burns creation. The d’Este followed three years later and also features undulating and rolling terrain.

The resort includes a spa, making it a well-rounded destination within easy reach of Prague.

Karlstejn Golf Resort

Karlstejn Golf Resort

The course at Karlstejn Golf Resort overlooks the stunning Karlstejn Castle in the countryside outside the capital Prague.

Originally designed and opened in 1993 as the Red Course, the Les Furber and Jim Eremko creation is now known as a A & B nine-hole loops. A subsequent third nine (C) has been added.

The premier A & B course combination is a par-72 over 6,453 yards and takes golfers across hilly terrain and offers a mix of holes in both open and wooded areas.

The resort course is surrounded by beautiful landscapes, including views of Karlstejn Castle, which dates back to 1346.

Bernhard Langer won the Czech Open in 1997 when it was staged for the only time at the venue. The Ladies Czech Open has also visited the venue.

Ypsilon Golf Resort

Ypsilon Golf Resort

Ypsilon Golf Resort is known for its picturesque setting, sitting in the foothills of the Jizera Mountains close to the city of Liberec.

Designed by Keith Preston and opened in 2009, the course is a significant test at 6,102m and a par of 72.

It has staged Challenge Tour events and other professional tournaments and has been lavished with awards since opening.

Preston’s design incorporates elevation changes, water features and tree-lined fairways, requiring a mix of accuracy and distance control.