Created by Finnish designer Lassi-Pekka Tilander, the Sea Course meanders more than 7,000 yards through virgin forest which reaches out to a spectacular ocean outlook, impressively framed on the signature 3rd hole. Its nine-hole sister layout, the Stone Course, lies on a limestone plain between junipers, restored stone fences and a protected national heritage site where each hole has a story to tell. The courses are open to the coastal winds and impart a links feeling.
In addition to the two main courses, the resort features a nine-hole Par 3 course inside the Stone Course. Built primarily for children, the Rising Star course is available to anyone who wants to practice their short game.
Estonian Golf & Country Club’s extensive practice facilities include a large grass tee area, 10 covered bays, 100m short game area and practice bunkers. Adjacent to the practice area is the larch pitched roof clubhouse, the central point of club activities, that offers a restaurant and dressing rooms equipped with saunas to relax the body after a day on the course.