Estonian Amateur Open

31. May -2. June | Pärnu Bay Golf Links

Competition Summary

The Estonian Amateur Open is an international championship for all male and female amateurs. The winners of the Estonian Amateur Open will be decided after a 54-hole stroke play competition. The competition was first held in 2004.

 The competition is recognised as a WAGR event.

Competition course

Pärnu Bay Golf Links is a true links course in the best sense of the word – a waterfront strip of land with sandy soil and scarified turf that will test any golfer’s abilities and skills.

The course was designed by Lassi architects Pekka Tilander and Mick McShane, best known as the designers of the world-famous St Andrews Links’ Castle Course and Kingsbarns Golf Links.

Pärnu Bay Golf Links is the first links-type course in the Baltics, which includes wide progression areas, sandy bunkers and multi-level greens for the wise golfer. The par-72 course ranges from 4,500 to 6,200 metres.



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