The Scandinavian Championship 2019 2018-12-14T16:56:28+00:00


Thursday, July 4th

Transfer from Copenhagen Airport by courtesy car
Check in at official hotel

Practice round at The Scandinavian
Training with the Tour coaches
Cocktail & Welcome dinner

Friday, July 5th

1st round of the tournament at the Scandinavian
Fitting session, personal training with the Tour coaches
Free evening

Saturday, July 6th

2nd round of the tournament at the Scandinavian
Gala dinner and prize-giving ceremony

Sunday, July 7th

Free morning, departure for Copenhagen airport by courtesy car


The Scandinavian, located about 25 min north of Denmark’s capital of Copenhagen, is one of the few golf clubs with both courses consistently ranked in the Top 70 of Top Courses in Continental Europe. The club provides discerning golfers with a choice of 36 holes, designed by Robert Trent Jones II which are laid out in 200 hectares of forest separated by streams leading into natural ponds.

At The Scandinavian, the golf experience is in an environment that’s seems untouched for centuries. The silence and tranquility provide a stress free, yet fabulously enticing experience for any golfer.

Both the ‘Old Course’ as the ‘New Course were built using the latest technology and without compromise on construction quality and offer immaculately presented playing surfaces and a golf experience unlike anything else in Denmark.

The award-winning clubhouse, designed by Henning Larsen Architects overlooks both courses. It offers a blend of contemporary Scandinavian design and rustic feel notwithstanding having all the modern amenities required to function in today’s fast paced world.


Copenhagen International Airport :
Address:  Lufthavnsboulevarden 6, 2770 Kastrup, Danemark
Code: CPH
Phone: +45 32 31 32 31
Distance to Golf : 43 km, 29 mn by car


Copenhagen started out as a Viking fishing village in the 10th century, and five centuries later became the capital of Denmark. Today this is a modern and highly aesthetic looking city, infused with typical Danish cool – from the clothes worn by the beautiful people on the street, to the design of the streetlamps. But while Scandinavian modernity is celebrated, so too is the city’s rich heritage and culture.
Denmark’s National Art Gallery is home to the world’s finest collection of Danish artists from the ‘Golden Age’ period; the Rosenborg Slot castle is a whimsical image of fairytale gables and moats, with an interior as rich as its past; while the Christiansborg Slot, now home to the country’s parliament, takes visitors on a glorious tour of ornate reception rooms, and the workings of a royal kitchen. To truly captivate the romantic aura of Copenhagen, head to Frederiksberg Have, a beautiful green park with rolling lawns, lakes and secret woods. On warmer days, idle on to Nyhavn canal, find a spot at a table at one of the quayside cafes and watch the barges sail by. These were the scenes and smells that fueled the imagination of Copenhagen’s most famous adopted son, Hans Christian Andersen, who wrote some of his greatest stories while living at Nyhavn. Fans of traditional amusement parks mustn’t miss out on Tivoli Gardens, a 19th century site complete with classic carnival games and illuminated pavilions. Or see for yourself the results of an anti-establishment movement that saw the creation of an entire new neighborhood in Copenhagen, the commune of Christiania.
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