Celadna Ostravice Golf Resort
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The three courses at the resort are relatively young but have matured quickly into the championship gems that they most certainly are and have been awarded a European Tour event, the Czech Open in its current guise, every year since 2009.
The Old Course was opened for play in 204 and was quickly recognized as a genuine championship layout with the European Tour awarding it the Czech Open in 2009, 2010 and 2011 when a young Oliver Fisher claimed his maiden tour victory. Designed by European Tour legend, Miguel Angel Jimenez, the course blends sympathetically with its luscious surroundings and players can expect to encounter tree lined fairways, well placed bunkers and subtle changes in elevation throughout the two distinct loops of nine. During the 2011 Czech Open the back nines of both the Old and New Courses were combined to form the tournament course which was named the Middle Course.
The New Course is composed of two distinct nine hole loops which vary greatly in character, providing the golfer with an engaging and exciting test of golf from start to finish. The front nine was designed to be reminiscent of a classic Scottish links course with narrow fairways, well guarded by thick vegetation countless bunkers, and spacious, multi-tiered greens. The back nine brings you closer to the foot of the mountains and offers a slightly stiffer challenge than that of the front which keeps you on your toes throughout your round.
This lovely parkland course first welcomed golfers to its fairways in 2008 and the USGA construction guidelines have ensured tremendous conditioning throughout. Measuring 6,999 yards from the tips, the Ostravice Course is just a shade shorter than the Old and the New but with tight, tree lined fairways and more than 80 bunkers around the course, it certainly provides a challenge on each and every hole.
Each course here boasts no less than 5 tee positions which allow golfers of all abilities to enjoy this stunning part of the Czech Republic and with ample practice facilities throughout the resort, golfers will be able to warm up and practice their skills from dusk until dawn. The Adrian Hubert Academy also allows golfers to get professional advice on any aspect of their game.
Two clubhouses, the Celadna and the Ostravice, serve the resort and are the perfect places to relax and enjoy a meal or a refreshing drink or two following a round of golf. Views out over the golf courses and towards the surrounding mountains are a plenty and the warm welcoming atmosphere in each clubhouse will only add to your enjoyment.
The Miura Hotel is situated alongside the New Course’s 7th hole and offers guests an excellent modern, 4* accommodation option. 39 rooms and 5 lavish suites area available to guests who are well catered for at the hotel’s restaurant and bar. The Miura Spa and a fully equipped gym make up the leisure facilities while amenities include complimentary WiFi, parking and shuttles to and from the golf courses.
Alternatively guests can opt for the 3* Hotel Green Inn. This complex of six log cabin-style buildings are situated on the borders of the Ostravice Course and offer a more homely, intimate environment than that of the Miura Hotel. The simplistic accommodations boast 27 guestrooms, their very own restaurant, whirlpool baths, sauna, children’s playground and all of the modern amenities and conveniences associated with a top class hotel.