Modry Las Golf Club, Poland

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Modry Las is a naturally beautiful golf course in north-western Poland, an area known for its rolling countryside, pristine lakes and virgin forests. The 18-hole championship course is the first to be designed by Gary Player in Central Europe and opened in 2008 as a private golf course that is open to the public. The course is characterized by distinct and dramatic bunkering and has already hosted its first tournament on the Polish PGA Tour.

This Par-72 (7272-yds) championship course, ranked in the Top 100 European Golf Courses, spreads across 130 hectares (321 acres) of untarnished countryside it combines nature’s best: gently rolling hills, fields of wild- flowers and a birch and pine forest, all overlooking two peaceful, spring fed lakes. It features over 200 fairway-side single home lots, a clubhouse, a driving range and a practice area.

Located just outside of Choszczno in the West Pomerania region of Poland, Modry Las is within close proximity to the Baltic Sea and Scandinavia, as well the German border and Berlin. This region of rolling countryside with abundant virgin forests and lakes has historically been a popular summer resort destination.

Fairways are marked by breathtaking stretches of landscape and strategically placed signature Gary Player bunkers. Modry Las was built to be one of Europe’s top courses and is on par with the world’s best.