Construction of a new par three golf course in Czech Republic is about to get underway.
Designed by Jonathan Davison of Create Golf, the new course is to be built at Golf Park Lhotka near the city of Ostrava in the north-east of the country.
The club is already home to a driving range, short game area, putting course and family orientated clubhouse.
“It’s a great little resort and the short course will help people understand and learn the game,” Davison said. “The resort is exactly the type of facility which is needed in the Czech Republic and the neighbouring countries to help introduce people to the game and I am extremely proud to be involved.”
The course is Davison’s third project in the country, having previously worked at Tosovice Golf Resort, and Prague City Golf Club alongside Jeremy Ford.
Work is set to commence this August, with the course’s opening scheduled for summer 2018.
English golf architect Jonathan Davison is about to start construction on a new par 3 course at Golf Park Lhotka close to the city of Ostrava, Czech Republic. It is Jonathan’s third project in the Czech Republic having worked on Prague City Golf Club with English architect Jeremy Ford and also designed an 18-hole golfcourse at Tosovice Golf Resort in Odry.
The new par 3 course will be the second phase of construction at Golf Park Lhotka, having already established a family orientated clubhouse, driving range, short game area and a putting course during phase one.
Jonathan Davison said, “It’s a great little resort and the short course will help people understand and learn the game. The resort is exactly the type of facility which is needed in the Czech Rep and the neighbouring countries to help introduce people to the game and I am extremely proud to be involved.”
Work is due to start this month (August 2017) with an opening expected in the summer of 2018.
Established by English architect Jonathan Davison. Create Golf is an experienced golf course design company specialising in the design and the creation of new golf facilities and the renovation and restoration of existing traditional golf courses.