Ozo Golf Club

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Ozo Golf Club
Club information
Coordinates 57°1′48″N 24°8′26″E / 57.03000°N 24.14056°E / 57.03000; 24.14056Coordinates: 57°1′48″N 24°8′26″E / 57.03000°N 24.14056°E / 57.03000; 24.14056
Location Riga, Latvia
Established 2002
Type semi-private
Owned by Sandis Ozoliņš
Total holes 18
Tournaments hosted Hansabanka Baltic Open
Website www.ozogolf.lv
Designed by Rob Swedberg

Ozo Golf Club is a golf club and course on the west bank of the Ķīšezers lake in Riga, Latvia. It is the national training centre for Latvian golf teams – and host to both the national tournament and the Baltic tournament.[1] The club opened in 2002 and is owned by the retired Latvian ice hockey player Sandis Ozoliņš.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ozo, Latvia". top100golfcourses.co.uk. Retrieved 2010-11-16. 

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