Grafarholt golf course is an 18-hole championship course. It is located in the capital of Reykjavik. A drive from Reykjavik city center takes approximately 10 minutes, from Keflavík airport 45 minutes.
Grafarholt golf course is the oldest 18 hole golf course in Iceland, it was established in 1934. The course itself is one of the top golf course in Iceland and has hosted many high quality tournaments throughout the years. An interesting fact about Grafarholt golf course is that it has a Trackman driving range. Grafarholt golf course is a regular venue for the Icelandic golf tour and hosted for example the Icelandic national stroke play championship in 2019, where Gudmundur Agust Kristjansson and Gudrun Bra Bjorgvinsdottir, two of our best pro golfers won the tournament.
Facilities at Grafarholt golf course include a club-house with a restaurant and a pro-shop. Rental of golf clubs, trolleys and carts are also available. The practice area includes a state of the art Trackman driving range, ball machines, pitching course, chipping greens, putting greens and bunkers.
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Length from gold tees: 3347m / 3660y
Length from red tees: 4669m / 5106yd
Length from blue tees: 5052m / 5524yd
Length from yellow tees: 5478m / 5990yd
Length from white tees: 6057m / 6624yd
Our favorite hole: 16th hole – a challenging par 4, dogleg left with water stream on the right and trees on the left. Your approach will be to a green with two bunkers on the left and bushes/trees on the right with the green going from right to left. You will have to bring your A-game to this hole to make par or better.