Ringhoffer Golf Club Štiřín

The history of golf in Štiřín and its immediate surroundings dates back to the 1920s. It is very closely connected with the establishment of the top bodies of Czechoslovak golf, especially with the name of Baron František Ringhoffer.

The 9-hole course (Par 70) is set in a beautiful castle park with mature trees and a restful atmosphere. This type of English park is distinctive for its many tree species. The history of the club dates back to the 20th century. It is mainly associated with the industrialist Baron Ringhoffer, an enthusiastic golfer who was on 1 January 1931 elected President of the National Golf Association. Golfers will appreciate the peaceful surroundings, and can play over a total distance of 4656 m. For practice, you can use the driving range, with covered tees, putting and chipping greens, and indoors in the Atis building (2x Full Swing Golf Simulator and putting green).

Address:Kamenice 711, Štiřín, 251 68
Phone:+420 255 736 567
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