Two of Swedens best golf courses
Do you long to enjoy an idyllic golfing experience in a beautiful setting, designed by people with a passion for perfection and quality, where exceptionality comes as standard? If so, welcome to Bro Hof Slott Golf Club. Only the best is good enough. In every detail.
Bro Hof Slott is a world class golf club with courses designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr., one of the world’s top golf course designers. The club is stunningly beautiful and situated in an old cultural landscape, directly on Lake Mälaren and crowned by the renovated Bro Hof Castle. Every detail has been trimmed to perfection – a word synonymous with everyone involved in its creation.
The holes are longer, the greens are bigger, the course has more water and the bunkers are larger and well placed. Besides which, the wind is always part of the game. - Robert Trent Jones Jr.
From the clubhouse you look out over The Stadium Course which was opened in 2007. With long holes, large greens, considerable water, large and well-placed bunkers, not to mention the gusting winds, the Stadium Course is a unique challenge. The Course acts as a lakeside path around Lake Mälaren and suits all categories of golfers with a range of tees. From the yellow and red tees the course is alluring and welcoming and invites attacking golf, but from the white tees a more demanding and trying experience awaits. From the black tees, reserved for competitions and professionals, the course measures a breathtaking 8,056 yards.
The Castle Course opened in the summer of 2010. Designed to inherit the same quality as the Stadium Course but offer a very different challenge, the Castle Course evokes elements of a Scottish links. The natural environment is very diverse and features less wind and water, but more trees, smaller and tougher bunkers and narrower fairways. The Castle Course doesn’t use black tees and is therefore a shorter test than that of her sister, but don’t let that fool you.