Locals say that when God created the coastal land of the Estonian Golf & Country Club, he must have intended it to be a golf course as it winds its way so harmoniously along the Baltic Coast and the Jägala River delta.
Estonian Golf & Country Club offers golfers a 9 hole links style Stone Course and an 18 hole championship level Sea Course. The Sea Course surprises with its spectacular sea views impressively framed on it's signature hole number 3. The historic Stone Course meanders through impressive stone wall formations and massive boulders from the ice age telling of a history dating back over 5000 years.
Situated just half an hour from the centre of Estonia's capital city Tallinn, and only a 15-minute drive from Tallinn International Airport, the club is ideally situated and can be accessed easily from all major cities in Europe.
You can reach Estonian Golf & Country Club by driving on the S:t Petersburg highway. At Lake Maardu drive on for about 4 kilometers and just before the thick pine hedges (on the left side of the road) turn to the left. The sign shows towards Võerdla and Rebala (you will also see a separate deceleration lane for making this left turn!).
Then, after that pine hedge, turn to the right. Follow the road running parallel with St Petersburg highway. Drive until you reach the Church of Jõelähtme on the left side of the road. In front of the church make a sharp left turn after which the church should be on your right side. Then immediately turn to the right again. On the corner you can also see a sign made out of oak with an EGCC logo on it.
Drive along the road until you come to the EGCC welcome board, turn to the left in front of that board and you are there!