Golf is a place you will return to again and again
A major advantage of accommodation in Tee House is that it is part of the top Golf Čeladná Resort. You can fully enjoy your free time to the maximum here and play golf on one of our championship PGA courses, or learn or improve your game with a coach.
The course, which assumed its current form in 2004 and was christened on the PGA European Tour in 2009, is a challenge for players of all performance levels. The entire course is set in the Beskydy hills with great care and respect for the surrounding area. Thanks to the preservation of the original groves and woods, the architects along with M. Á. Jimenés, the co-creator of the course, managed to make it look as if it had always been there. Narrow fairways with strategically placed bunkers engage players and challenge them to be precise in choosing clubs and strategies. The relief of the holes rises and falls, sometimes gently, sometimes dramatically, but overall creates scenery in which you will not be bored for even a single moment. Each hole will captivate you with its individuality. This course is not only unforgettable because of its foothill character, but also thanks to the unique concept of multi-level greens, which are unrivalled in the Czech Republic and have challenged many professional players in the PGA European Tour tournament.
A course with two different characters. The front nine has a rather links-like impression with narrow fairways, surrounded by vegetation, numerous bunkers, sometimes interspersed with their Scottish variant, and extensive greens well guarded by sand and water obstacles. From a distance, it is possible to hear the echoes of the island courses, where prestigious tournaments such as the British Open are played. Here, too, any inaccuracy is punished by dangerously winding course boundaries and water obstacles, while a player’s skill is rewarded with an inexhaustible number of varying options on how to put the ball in the hole. The back nine spreads further out into the landscape and adheres to its original relief, which was masterfully used to place captivating holes. Numerous lakes and ravines not only make this part of the course more psychologically demanding, but also a delight to the eye of golfing and non-golfing folk alike.
The European Course forms the central axis of the resort, as it includes the back nine courses of the The Old Course and The New Course, which for the purpose of this arrangement have switched final holes so that the game can flow more freely. It is also a return to its roots, as it is located on the site of the original 18-hole course opened in 2001.
The course makes good use of the natural terrain of the landscape and demands respect with many gorges and swales falling and swelling back to the greens. Everything is complemented by cleverly placed bodies of water and large bunkers. This course tested the best PGA European Tour professionals in 2011, and it is an indisputable challenge to every golfer regardless their skill level. Not only does it require precise play, but it forces the player to think with almost every shot. This need for continued "concentration" is psychologically balanced by the tranquillity of the surrounding landscape and the beauty of the Beskydy hills panorama that surrounds every position on the course.
Be a part of the club atmosphere and community in Golferia Golf Club, which brings together golf enthusiasts not only from the Moravian-Silesian region, but also the whole Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland! We regularly organise club events and tournaments, such as the Golferia Golf Tour. Our community unifies the sporting spirit and social prestige - and many members have also used it to establish business opportunities and new friendships.
The PGA European Tour visited the Czech Republic again in 2009 – Moravia Silesia Open, 2010 – Czech Open and 2011 – Czech Open. After a twelve-year break, we took over the baton from the Karlštejn Golf Resort and once again experienced the atmosphere of international tournaments, television broadcasts and breaking course records. The Old Course has not been conquered in the tournament since 2009, when Argentine Tano Goya carded a nice 65 shots. During the last year of the Czech Open in 2011, Gaganjeet Bhullar played an incredible 64 shots at The European Course. It should be noted that taking the location’s difficulty into account, this was a wonderful result. Golf Čeladná hosts many prestigious golf tournaments of a both commercial and sporting nature every year.
The Golf Čeladná Resort team comprises professional coaches and golf assistants who are ready to work with both complete golf novices and advanced players who feel the need for consultation or professional guidance in training. The team of trainers is headed by Adrian Hubert, Head Golf Pro.