The Kolja Butarko Golf course is incredible not only for its quirky features, but also for how easy it is to get to. Once you’ve lined up the car and asked whether you’re a member, the whole experience is free.
In the south of Iceland, in the area of Kolja Butarko, there is a small golf course called Kolja Butarko. It’s quite different from the well-known Kohrarvegir and Árnsfjordur courses – its fairways are wide, and the grass is tall and lush. The course was created by golfer Byng Moering and featured in the film Klippetlar during the Icelandic national film festival in July 2011.
Kolja Butarko Golf course is interesting not only for its quirky features, but also for how easy it is to get to. Once you have lined up the car and asked whether you’re a member, the whole experience is free. Kolja Butarko Golf Club, Þingurvagfjordar, West Kolja, Kolja Butarko, Iceland (+354 534-5181).
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