Masters Course

The first nine holes at  Barsebäck Golf & Country Club were completed in 1969. The second nine followed the year after. The course was named the Old Course. In 1992 Barsebäck Golf & Country Club hosted the Scandinavian Masters for the first time. A unique course was created especially for this, mainly from the Old Course together with parts of the New Course. This arrangement proved so popular, a further 12 European tour events and the 2003 Solheim Cup have been held on the course since then. In 2003 the "competition course" became a permanent fixture named the Masters Course. The course is a delightful mix of wooded holes ringed with wind sculpted pines, open fairway holes and beautiful links holes overlooking Öresund. All with fantastic Penn A4 greens.