Barsebäck Golf & Country Club

Barsebäck Golf
Club information
Location Barsebäck, Scania, Sweden
Established 1969
Type Private
Tournaments hosted Scandinavian Masters
Masters Course
Designed by Ture Bruce
Par 73
Donald Steel Course
Designed by Donald Steel
Par 71

Barsebäck Golf & Country Club is a golf club located in Barsebäck, in the northern part of Metropolitan Malmö in the province of Skåne in southern Sweden, just by the Oresund strait.

The club has two 18-hole courses, the 73-par Masters Course (finished in 1969 and designed by Ture Bruce) and the 71-par Donald Steel Course (finished in 1989 and designed by Donald Steel), as well as a 9-hole course, "Litorina Course". The 2003 Solheim Cup was hosted here, as well as several Scandinavian Masters tournaments.

In 2007, Annika Sörenstam hosted a Ladies European Tour competition named Scandinavian TPC hosted by Annika, played on the Masters Course August 9–12.

Barsebäck Golf & Country Club is the home club of the world-famous golf tour player Henrik Stenson and in 2007 he was made Honorary Member.

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Coordinates: 55°47′41″N 12°56′55″E / 55.794695°N 12.948589°E / 55.794695; 12.948589

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