Barsebäck Golf & Country Club

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Barsebäck Golf
Club information
Location Barsebäck, Scania, Sweden
Established 1969
Type Private
Tournaments hosted Scandinavian Masters
Website barseback-golf.se
Masters Course
Designed by Ture Bruce
Par 71
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 72-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. 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