The Sea Course with it's 18 holes stretching over 7,000 yards, is a true championship golf course. Holes built among unspoiled forests reach out to the beach and play along the Jägala River.
With an overall elevation change of 40 meters, oak alleys, ancient boulders, and natural ponds the site is befitting of world class golf course.
Due to the length and complexity, the Sea Course is a real challenge even for the golfer of the highest skill level. Since 2009, Golf World Magazine has voted the EGCC Sea Course as one of the best European golf courses. Since the Sea Course was first ranked 95th, it has improved it's position over time. In 2014, the Sea Course was ranked 83rd in the prestigious TOP 100 with an editor's comment that it could easily end up in the top 50.
The 9 hole 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 course is open to the winds and imparts a links feeling.
However, like many ancient cites and archaeological finds in Estonia, the Stone Course tells of a history dating back over 5000 years.
Stone course: 2x9 holes - 59 Eur
Sea course: 18 holes - 89 Eur
Private transfer costs 65 Eur (one way) for 1-3 persons.
To the price included green fee only (18 holes).