Keilir golf course is an 18-hole championship course. It is located in the southwestern part of Iceland in the town of Hafnarfjordur. A drive from Reykjavik city center takes approximately 25 minutes, from Keflavík airport 30 minutes.
Keilir golf course is one of the best golf courses in Iceland. What makes Keilir so special is their unbelievable course upkeep and course condition. Keilir golf course takes pride in their course management and has some of the best greenkeepers in all of Iceland. An interesting fact about Keilir golf course is its course layout. The front nine has no bunkers, instead, it is surrounded by lava, and the back nine is a fantastic links layout placed on a small peninsula. Keilir golf course is a regular host for the Icelandic golf tour, it has been the host of the Icelandic national stroke play championship many times, most recently in 2017. It also hosted the European amateur championship, Division 2 in 2012.
Keilir Golf Course has often been considered as Iceland’s best golf course and was chosen one of the 15 best golf courses in the Nordics in the Golf Digest magazine.
Facilities at Keilir golf course include a club-house with a fantastic restaurant and a pro-shop. Rental of golf clubs, trolleys and carts are also available. The practice area includes a state of the art driving range, ball machines, pitching greens, indoor/outdoor chipping greens, indoor/outdoor putting greens and bunkers. Keilir golf course also has GC-Quad golf simulators, they are available to use all year round.
Green fee: 13.100 ISK
Golf cart: 6000 ISK
Golf clubs: 5.000 ISK
Trolley: 2.000 ISK
Driving range: 700 ISK
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Length from red tees: 4487m / 4907yd
Length from blue tees: 5155m / 5637yd
Length from yellow tees: 5390m / 5894yd
Length from white tees: 5913m / 6466yd
Our favorite hole at Keilir golf course: 15th hole – a hole that is going to give you the chills when you step on the tee box. With bunkers covering the left side and the ocean on the right, you have a narrow window to hit the undulating green. It is one of the most difficult holes in Icelandic golf and par is going to be a very good score.