Stockholm’s Golf Club is Sweden’s second oldest golf club dating back to 1904. One of the founders was Crown Prince Gustav Adolf, then a young golf enthusiast. He served as Chairman for many years before he became King Gustaf VI Adolf. In 1932 he inaugurated our present course at Kevinge together with the Prince of Wales.
Stockholm´s Golf Club has played host to the Emperor of Japan and other royal dignitaries (the Swedish Crown Princess Victoria and her husband Prins Daniel are honorary members), and also to a number of celebrity golfers, including Gene Sarazen, Bobby Locke, Arnold Palmer and Sam Snead, as well as Annika Sörenstam.
Kevinge was created on the fundamental principles underlying British golfing traditions. Many classical championships have been played over the years on the Kevinge golf course, and to this day a number of national and international competitions are arranged here for both professionals and amateurs.
It is most likely that the renowned course architect, H.S. Colt, contributed to the design of this classical parkland course. Kevinge has been reconstructed a few times over the years, but has nonetheless maintained its original qualities. The course is characterised by its many short holes, the undulating greens and its outstanding condition.
The spacious clubhouse is beautifully set with large terraces overlooking the course and lake Edsviken. A fully licensed club restaurant offers a continental style cuisine.
Additionally, there are well-equipped conference facilities and meeting rooms for any company that may wish to arrange a meeting with clients or employees. The Club also boasts a well-appointed pro shop with experienced golf instructors.
How to get there
Stockholm’s Golf Club is located about 7 km outside the city of Stockholm, and can easily be reached by the underground train. A variety of accommodation facilities are available within walking distance.
Stockholm’s Golf Club
Kevinge strand 20A, SE-182 57 DANDERYD
Phone: +46-8-544 90 710