Pärnu Bay Golf Links is a links course in the true sense of the word: a coastal stretch of land with sandy soil and fescue grasses – a true test of a golfer’s ability. The course was designed by architect Lassi Pekka Tilander, and built by Nelson & Vecchio with Mick McShane as the lead shaper. McShane is best known as the lead shaper for St. Andrews Links’ Castle Course and Kingsbarns Golf Links.
The course is the first links course in the Baltic region and features wide fairways and expansive sand areas, as well as multi-leveled greens with bold movement. The par-72 course plays from 4,500 to 6,200 meters. Both the front and back nines start and finish near the clubhouse. The course offers all season high quality and dry playability on sand. Pärnu Bay also features a par-three course of five holes, plus a driving range, putting green, and clubhouse with a fully equipped pro shop, as well as an excellent restaurant.