Your Guide To The Czech Republic


Consider a break in one of the most characterful countries in Continental Europe

The Czech Republic is a hidden secret not only for a great golf experience but also for cities and places inscribed on the UNESCO world heritage list. One of the most visited countries in Central Europe is easily accessible from major European airports, only about an hour's flight from the UK. Don't miss a chance to discover hidden golf courses and sights in the heart of Europe. 

We can these days label the Czech Republic as a safe and friendly destination, where its visitors can admire many historical and cultural sights together with a surprising quality of golf and the hospitality of the local people. This all makes for an unforgettable visit for all.

Despite the fact the Czech Republic has more than 100 golf courses, the number of Czech golfers is still low and this makes it a heaven for golf tourists, who can test themselves at the best PGA courses around the country. The most attractive place for tourists is Prague, the capital of Czech Republic and 'City of Hundred Spies' with more than 10 golf courses located up to an hour's drive from the city centre. 

Another famous region beside Prague is West Bohemia, where the first golf courses were established more than 100 years ago. It's an ideal chance to combine a Prague city break with relaxation in one of the famous spa towns. The first golf courses were opened there in 1904 (Karlovy Vary) and 1905 (Marianske Lazne). Moreover, this area is well known for healing springs and beautiful nature lining the borders with Germany.

Other regions worth mentioning are North and South Moravia, well known for its wine production and local traditions. This all makes the Czech Republic a great destination for a long weekend or week-long holiday full of culture, sightseeing, golf and a generally relaxing experience. Take the opportunity and enjoy a great golf and have fun in Czechia!

Prague: The gateway to great golf

With many historical and cultural highlights, Prague a great place to relax, sightsee, shop or take the chance to taste local cuisine, especially the Czech dumplings. The main centre is full of many Czech and international restaurants, bars and offers excellent nightlife, which makes this destination ideal for a long weekend break. Visitors to Prague should not miss the renowned Prague Castle – the biggest castle ground in the world or magnificent Charles Bridge – filled with pedestrians walking from Old Town Square towards the Prague Castle. Great meals, drinks, culture, opera, shopping, nightlife, brewery and winery tours, wellness and spa... you name it, you will find it at a high standard, all within two hours' flying time from all major European airports.

Albatross Golf Resort

About 35 minutes by car from the centre of Prague

This 18-hole world-class course that opened in 2009 is close to Prague, about 20 minutes from the airport. This course was built with a vision to create the best course in the Czech Republic and is maintained with the highest attention to detail. The elegantly shaped contours in the moderately hilly terrain with rust-coloured rocks lining water hazards make for a striking layout.

The splendid clubhouse hosts a renowned restaurant with a considerable terrace overlooking a large putting green and the whole course. The course was voted the best in the Czech Republic according to Czech golfers participating in an survey on several times. It has hosted the Ladies European Tour and has been the official home to a European Tour event since 2014 as well as an official member of European Tour Properties.

Albatross. albatross

Loreta Golf Resort

About 35 minutes by car from the centre of Prague

This course was designed by Keith Preston and offers 18 holes with a par of 72. Loreta is situated in the beautiful countryside of Posazavi and was opened in June 2013. The architect has managed to make use of the local rugged landscape, preserving many hedgerows, woodland nooks and full- grown trees.

The design was created with regards to building the sport, a demanding course from the championship tees as well as a fair and playable one for intermediate players of yellow and red tees. Practice area, trolleys and buggies rental or lessons with a pro are also available here. In the background, guests can enjoy the clubhouse, which offers all the comfort of a restaurant, pro shop, locker rooms, caddy room as well as relaxation, meeting and accommodation facilities.

Panorama Golf Resort

About 45 minutes by car from the centre of Prague

This 27-hole golf course was opened in 2016 in the beautiful area of Posazavi. Designed by an international team led by Libor Jirasek, Michael Terech and Rainer Preissmann, this golf resort offers a very challenging golf experience.

The first nine, Forest, dominates the course and offers very interesting and challenging holes. The second nine, Meadows, is quite demanding and undulating too, but both boast panoramic views. The third nine, River, sits near the Sazava River and is less undulating but more demanding because of many water hazards.

Players can also enjoy buggies included in local play and a play-and-stay package deal – and after golf, in a modern clubhouse by Martin Rajnis, which along with an elegant interior offers relaxing seating on the terrace. There is a great restaurant that also serves local specialities as well as a decent hotel at the resort.

Konopiste Golf Resort 

About 45 minutes from the centre of Prague

This biggest golf resort in the Czech Republic opened its first 18 holes in 2002. Konopiste offers two high-standard 18-hole courses – Radecky and d'Este. Players of all levels will enjoy the courses carved and shaped sympathetically into the beautiful rolling hillside and forests to provide a challenging but enchanting mix of links and parkland holes. The superbly refurbished Manor House provides conference facilities and an excellent hotel and stunning courtyard terrace.

There is also a nine-hole public course, practice facilities, lessons with a pro, two restaurants, golf shop, trolley, golf cart with GPS and golf equipment rental. Due to large accommodation plus relaxation and meeting facilities, this resort is a unique golf and spa complex not to be missed in the Prague area.

West Bohemia

Czech golfing paradise west of Prague airport

If you prefer to stay in a small but picturesque spa town of Marianske Lazne you cannot miss the Falkensteiner Hotel Grand MedSpa Marienbad. Guests here appreciate spacious and cosy rooms as well as an elegant bar with a library and summer terrace for evening relaxation. This international hotel offers unique relaxation facilities as it offers the only outdoor pool in town plus four more indoor pools as well as a caddy room with possibility to charge the trolleys. The hotel offers half-board supplements both for individual tourists and groups and a special menu for dinner every Saturday. If you are travelling with your family or kids and looking for non- golfing activities this venue will meet all your needs and the hotel concierge will assist with any additional requirements such as local sightseeing or excursions.

Marianske Lazne, West Bohemia. 

The other tip for a stay in West Bohemia is the spa town of Karlovy Vary, where you will find many nice hotels including luxury venues. The most famous and special one is Grandhotel Pupp. This five-star hotel offers a tradition and exclusive service, synonymous with the demanding standards of the most prestigious European hotels. You may be surprised to learn that Pupp together with the Carlsbad fencing club founded the first golf course in Karlovy Vary in 1904.

The Grandhotel Pupp provides you with an amazing experience on various golf courses of the Karlovy Vary Region. All 228 rooms have a great emphasis on a high standard of comfort, and each room retains its distinctive appearance due to the unique architecture of the hotel. Explore a new wellness centre with a swimming pool, saunas and steam room. In the beautiful setting you can pamper yourself with relaxation procedures. Enjoy a unique combination of rehabilitation care and relaxation stays with the possibility of various events, from social evenings and corporate meetings to congresses.

Combining Prague and West Bohemia, with the region's spas and the country's oldest courses, has become very popular for a week-long holiday, both for the variety of cityscapes visitors can enjoy as well as the great golf on offer in both areas.

If you would like to visit Prague or West Bohemia or another Czech region during your next gol ng holiday consider one of the sample golf packages or visit for more information or tailor made golf holiday


Prague or West Bohemia
3 nights and 2 rounds of golf from £339
6 nights and 4 rounds of golf from £699

Play and Stay in Prague
2 nights and 2 rounds of golf from £209
5 nights and 4 rounds of golf from £429

Czech Golf Festival 2018
International golf event for amateur golfers in Prague from July 15, 2018 4-7 nights including breakfast with 3-5 rounds of golf in and around Prague. Welcome dinner and prize presentation dinner Private sightseeing tour of Prague with English- speaking guide From £575 per golfer and from £439 per non-golfer

All packages refer to prices per person based on four golfers sharing twin rooms including breakfast, all airport and golf transfers, meet and greet on arrival, assistance by English speaking rep during the tour and all local taxes. Group discounts and tailor- made golf available on request. Golf packages and tailor- made golf tours around the Czech Republic available with all good UK golf tour operators.

To find out further information, to have a tailor- made golf break created for you or to order your free brochure call 020 8133 4366 or visit

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