Zala Springs Golf Resort, Hungary

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Zala Springs Golf Resort, Hungary0

Zala Springs Golf Resort is a unique golf experience is guaranteed by one of the world’s finest course designers Robert Trent Jones, Jr., whose outstanding career spans more than four decades. The 18 hole championship golf course is 6351 m long (PAR 72) built surrounded natural reserves, vineyards and lakes, suitable to host all international tournaments both for professionals and amateurs.

The design of the golf course allows all players from the beginner to the professional to enjoy the course, there are 4 different tees to choose from.

The course fits beautifully in the picturesque Zala Valley, around the course vineyards, rolling hills similar to the Tuscan countryside and lakes can be found. The whole 18 hole length of the course was completed in September 2015. The Zala Springs Golf Resort’s 3000 m2, two-story club house provides comfort for the visitors of the golf club.

The driving range has been constructed with all the latest concepts and training facilities guaranteeing advanced players or beginners the possibility to refine or practice the game of golf. The driving range has 12 fully covered practice areas and 40 open air practice areas. Other facilities include 18 hole putting green, practice bunker and pitching facilities. Our fully qualified PGA professionals are able to teach in Hungarian, English, German, Italian and Spanish languages. The driving range club house has light food and beverage services with a mini pro shop.

“We are delighted to have the opportunity to create a truly memorable golf experience at Zala Springs, soon to become one of Europe’s best golf resorts. This very flexible facility situated on a spectacular area adjacent to the Zala River and near Lake Balaton is designed to become the new hotspot for golf enthusiasts around the world. Our design skilfully provides all levels of players just the right combination of challenge, beauty and fun that will certainly be instrumental in growing the sport in Hungary and beyond. I invite you to enjoy golf the way it is meant to be!”
– Robert Trent Jones, Jr.