Kytäjä Golf’s award-winning courses, South East and North West, represent North American golf architecture at its finest. Designed by the respected Canadian Thomas McBroom, the courses are expansive, bold, and beautiful.
The greens on the South East was renewed in 2020.
South East (SE) course, opened in 2003, is regarded by many rankings as the best golf course in Finland. The first nine holes meander through a spacious forest landscape with fantastic elevation changes. The flatter back nine has several holes running on the Lake Kytäjä shore. The typical features of the South East course include wide fairways, deep bunkers, and well-sloped greens. South East hosted the European Challenge Tour in 2012 and 2014 and Jacques Leglise Trophy in 2018.
Kytäjä’s second course, completed in August 2004, is also named after its geographic location on a map. The North West course features ever-changing topography offering both visual delights as well as engaging playing conditions. The first five holes of North West are located in an expansive and open landscape. The rest of the course plays through diverse and rugged terrain with significant changes in elevation. Do not miss the view from the back tee of 17th overlooking Lake Kytäjä, and the clubhouse complex. North West hosted the European Challenge Tour in 2013.
Kytäjä Golf is famous for its spacious practice facilities. The high-quality practice area includes a driving range and short-game areas with two big putting greens. Quality golf balls are in use at the range. On the driving range, you have seven bunkered target greens. And you will always practice from real grass.