European Center Golf Club

Golf courses of the club are set just next to the geographical centre of Europe, which was pinned down by the scientists of French National Geographic Institute in 1989. Our course is distinctive as it is adapted for both the experienced and beginner players. It is perfect for the beginners to learn, as the course is not too complicated, however exciting enough for the experienced golfers as well.

An original and proficient plan of this golf course was designed by the golf course architect and the member of Swedish Golf Federation Bjorn Erikson. Having plenty of working experience, the landscape architect has designed golf courses worldwide. The layout of this golf club is made to meet the needs of both the professional players and the beginners.

The Capitals Golf Club

From time immemorial, people have been attracted to places filled with the spirit of greatness. Nature and history have left a strong impression on this land, surrounded by the scents of the Aukštaitija hills and Dzūkija forests. The still glacial glaciers in the area have shaped the ground so that it is ideal for a golf course. Now there is Pipiriškės Geomorphological Reserve protected by the state.

All four historical capitals of Lithuania – Kernavė, Trakai, Kaunas and Vilnius – were located at almost equal distance around this impressive patch of land. Once upon a time in these hills, fields and forests, the nobles of Kernavė and Old Trakai used to hunt. Today, this natural wonder can be enjoyed by golfers from Lithuania and around the world.

Wolf Golf Club

Wolf Golf Club is an international standard 18 hole Scottish Links golf course. At Wolf you will not only relax and enjoy your favorite game, but you will be surrounded by nature of incredible beauty.

We are grateful to nature for its unique natural obstacles and sand bunkers, which will require golf professionals to demonstrate their full experience and excellence. The Scottish-type Vilkes golf course covers an area of ​​65 hectares and a play distance of more than 10 km, which is probably one of the most difficult golf courses in Lithuania and the whole region.

According to architect, Swede, Johan Benestam and American designer Robert Pedigo, the course design retains the natural landscape of Dzukija: one part is surrounded by pine forest, the other is open, and in the middle flows the river “Vilke”.

The V Golf Club

Situated among 350 acres of the resort’s beautiful grounds, our 6 312 meters/ Par 72 golf course has been constructed to USGA specification greens. Its landscape of rolling hills, natural lakes and sand based fairways makes for an exciting, challenging game for every level of golfer.

Designed by distinguished golf course architect Bob Hunt, its modern design combines the best elements of Scottish Links with American golf course architecture. Our golf course was awarded the annual Development of the Year in 2009 by Golf Inc. magazine and is a member of Preferred Golf, a collection of the world’s finest golf resorts.

Recognized as the number one stay and play venue in Lithuania, everyone is welcome to stay and play with us.

The National Golf Resort

The Championship 18-hole par 72 course, designed by the renowned architect David Krause, is situated in the picturesque valley of the Danė River and conforms to world standards.A driving range and a 3-hole executive course offer excellent practice facilities. Golfers will be delighted with the variety of landscapes and the Danė River which flows through the course amongst many wetlands. The 18th green,  the signature hole of the National Golf Resort, is shaped in the form of Lithuania.

One of the beautiful features of the course is the wide variety of wild life, eagles, swans, storks, foxes, lyncs and many others. The location of the clubhouse, on top of a hill behind the 9th and 18th greens, offers the players fantastic views  whilst enjoying their time after the round or just to enjoy a casual lunch or drinks.