Pärnu Bay Golf Links have been in the works for almost ten years, with various starts and stops with the EU finance crisis and whatnot. But now the long journey is over, and the course is ready for play.
As I mentioned in my post yesterday, we had the privilege of traveling together with Finnish golf architect Lassi Pekka Tilander, the designer of the courses we visited in Estonia. Lassi is the nicest person, and we had several nice chats during the trip, as well as a nice round of golf together. What is your background? […]
On this the second day of our Estonian adventure, we set out for the island of Saaremaa, located in the Baltic Sea west of Estonia. Saaremaa is the largest island in Estonia, also home of one of the seven golf courses in the country. The trip to Saaremaa takes about four hours by car. The main […]
Tallinn may have the best airport in the world. It is that perfect mix, not too small, not too big. All the services you need are there, yet you get from gate to baggage claim to public transportation in no time at all. It’s clean, free wi-fi is everywhere, what more could you ask? And […]
If you fly Ryanair to Stockholm, you don’t actually land in Stockholm (what’s new?). Instead, you end up in the small town of Nyköping, about an hour and a half south of the Stockholm city center. But don’t despair, there’s a nice golf course just a few minutes from the Skavsta Airport, Nyköpings Golf Club. […]