As the oldest golf course in the Baltic states, Niitvälja has been the pioneer of Estonian golf. Today, we welcome you to an 18-hole quality course and a 5-hole pay-and-play course. As proof of our high quality, Estonian golfers have chosen us the country’s best golf centre many years in a row.
The 18-hole Park course is characterized first and foremost by its natural features, including its untouched forests and abundance of water, all of which guarantee an unforgettable golfing experience. In addition to the quality of our course, we find it important that the top players can challenge themselves and the club players enjoy a stressless and inspiring round. The jewel in the crown of the course is the 15th hole (par 5), which ends on a floating green, named the Island of Tears by the players.
Niitvälja Golf has been the home of the Estonian championships for many years and it has also played host to a number of international tournaments. In addition, it is home to the oldest international golf tournament in the Baltics, Niitvälja Karikas, held yearly from 1993 and offering R&A World Amateur Golf Ranking points.
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.