A new season has started – the Park Course is open
We are open for another great season of golf – our 30th season! This year we opened the 18-hole Park Course with summer greens in the middle of April. We are delighted to say that although this winter was probably the hardest we have seen in many years, our greenkeeping team has delivered the golf course in superb condition. Come and see for yourself!
Niitvälja Golf’s greenkeepers are working throughout the year to offer our players the best green quality possible and right from the beginning of the season. A special winter maintenance programme has been in use since 2016, and this has enabled us to maintain play and healthy greens during these winter challenges (fighting with snow and ice). We are ready to welcome all guest players to Niitvälja to enjoy the course and play!
When planning a golf trip to Niitvälja, be aware of our loyalty programme. If you are not a member of the loyalty programme of Niitvälja Golf, it is very easy to become one – pay a green fee and fill in the form of our loyalty programme. Discount prices for loyal customers will apply to you from the first purchase!
There are also special green fee discounts for the players of our cooperation partners – different golf courses from Finland, Latvia, and Lithuania. Please see the list of our partners in 2022 here. If you cannot find your own golf course from the list, be sure to inform your club to get in touch with us.
In addition to the green fee discount offers, we also offer several golf packages in cooperation with our accommodation partners. The LaSpa Hotel is located closest to Niitvälja, on the wonderful sandy beach of Laulasmaa. Have a look at our packages.
PS! Before coming to Niitvälja Golf, have a look at the main page of our website. There you will find the opening times of our clubhouse, caddiemaster and restaurant.
Hope to see you soon!
Andrew Marshall / European Tour player: Niitvälja reminds me of the new Marquess course at the Woburn Golf Club in England, where the 2015 British Masters and 2016 Women’s British Open were held. The last nine holes at Niitvälja with their gorgeous pine trees are truly special, not only in terms of how they look, but also how they play.