Situated eight miles south east of Malmö city centre, the course of Rönnebäck Golf Club is set on undulating ground, parts of which are reminiscent of Scottish moorland and parts of which are traditional parkland in character.
The club has built its golf facility gradually, starting with a 6-hole layout in 1994. A couple of years later, this initial course was extended to nine holes then, in 2005, twelve years after the club’s formation, a full 18-hole track was finally brought into play for the members.
The most difficult hole on the front nine is the 580-yard par five 8th, where the fairway doglegs in two stages to the right, past a couple of small ponds, on its way from tee to green. On the inward half, the two water-threatened short par fours at holes 13 and 15 are a lot tougher than their stroke index might suggest. Rönnebäck Golf Club has played host to the Swedish Golf Tour Final since 2004.