The Hveragerdi Golf Course is renowned for its beautiful surroundings and very unusually hazards as there are open hot springs as a hazards on the course.

The  golf course is  a nice 9 hole course close to Hveragerði, a village in South Iceland 35 min. drive from Reykjavik.

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Official address:

Golfklubbur Hveragerdis
Gufudalsdvollur
P.Box 137
810 Hveragerði
Iceland
+354 483 5090
ghg@ghg.is
www.ghg.is

Hveragerdi golf course is 72 par with following course rating:

Yellow tee 5.414 m Slope 67.8
Red (women) 4.584 m Slope 64.6

The club and the golf course

The Hveragerdi golf course was opened  2002, but  the Hveragerdi golf club was founded  June 1 st 1993.

The course is renowned for its beautiful surroundings and known for  very unusually hazards as there are open hot springs as a hazards on the course.

The course was designed by  Hannes Thorsteinsson and the layout is on both sides on Varmá ( Warm River). In 1995 the first 6 holes were played and from 2000 there have been 9 holes played there.

The Hveragerdi golf club owns the land  for 18 holes, but at this moment there are no plans of when that step will be taken. The aim is to be able to offer one of the best 9 holes in the country before taking the next step.

The Club house is an old barn that was solely built up by voluntary work and there are offered light meals, coffee and soup.

Green Fee 2017:

Mon-Fri after 2 PM and weekends:

18 holes ISK 4500
9 holes ISK 3000
Couples 18 holes ISK 6750
Couples 9 holes ISK 4500

Mon-Fri before 2 PM and Sat after 4 PM:

18 holes ISK 3300
9 holes ISK 2200
Couples 18 holes 4950
Couples 9 holes 3300

Rent of Buggy: ISK 4500
Rent of clubs 18 holes ISK 2500

+ The Course

Hveragerdi golf course is 72 par with following course rating:

Yellow tee 5.414 m Slope 67.8
Red (women) 4.584 m Slope 64.6

The club and the golf course

The Hveragerdi golf course was opened  2002, but  the Hveragerdi golf club was founded  June 1 st 1993.

The course is renowned for its beautiful surroundings and known for  very unusually hazards as there are open hot springs as a hazards on the course.

The course was designed by  Hannes Thorsteinsson and the layout is on both sides on Varmá ( Warm River). In 1995 the first 6 holes were played and from 2000 there have been 9 holes played there.

The Hveragerdi golf club owns the land  for 18 holes, but at this moment there are no plans of when that step will be taken. The aim is to be able to offer one of the best 9 holes in the country before taking the next step.

The Club house is an old barn that was solely built up by voluntary work and there are offered light meals, coffee and soup.

+ Green Fee

Green Fee 2017:

Mon-Fri after 2 PM and weekends:

18 holes ISK 4500
9 holes ISK 3000
Couples 18 holes ISK 6750
Couples 9 holes ISK 4500

Mon-Fri before 2 PM and Sat after 4 PM:

18 holes ISK 3300
9 holes ISK 2200
Couples 18 holes 4950
Couples 9 holes 3300

Rent of Buggy: ISK 4500
Rent of clubs 18 holes ISK 2500

Photo gallery

The following selection of pictures gives you some
impression of the golf course and its surroundings.

Location

The Hveragerdi golf course is located close to Hveragerði, a village in South Iceland 35 min. drive from Reykjavik.