Eesti Golfiportaal
Estonian Senior Open

27.-28. June, Pärnu Bay Golf Links / White Beach Golf

Competition Summary

Estonian Senior Open is an international competition for all senior male and female amateur players. There are 3 age groups for men (50+, 60+, 65+) and 2 age groups for women (50+, 60+). The Estonian Senior Open and the Estonian Champions will be announced on the 28th June after the 36 hole Strokeplay competition.

Competition course

Pärnu Bay Golf Links is a real link in the best sense of the word – a beach strip with a sandy soil and a fern grass will test the abilities and skills of every golfer.
The trail was designed by architect Lassi Pekka Tilander and Mick McShane, who is known for his world famous St. Andrews Links’ Castle Course and Kingsbarns Golf Links.

The Pärnu Bay Golf Links is the first links type in the Baltics, covering both vast advancement areas, sand bunkers and multi-tiered giants for a smart golfer. The length of the Par-72 is 4500 to 6200 meters.

In addition to the 18-hole course, there are also 5 par 3 courses, suitable for beginners, practice areas for practicing both short-range and long-range strokes.

Visitors to Pärnu Bay Golf Links At the Gulf of Pärnu there is a wonderful clubhouse with 360 degree sea and green views. The building is already in the architectural sense a pearl inspired by the golf ball placed on the wing.

See more information here


The White Beach Golf course designed architect Kosti Kuronen, is a 18-hole links type course. The course was opened in 2005 and is an ample challenge for professionals, also offering the enjoyment of succeeding in golf for beginners.

As a special character of the White Beach Golf course in the Audru River bordering the course with several other water areas and “dune views” which add to the challenge of the game and offer a breathtaking image of the course.

The White Beach Golf course is situated near the city of Pärnu.

More information about the course here.



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