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Fjällman Golf Design

Peter Fjällman

 

 

Senior Member EIGCA

"A course must be pleasing to the eye, simple and rigorous in design details, but to really be worth praise, it must be adventurous and rich in opportunity. "

 

Rafael Sundblom 1890-1958

Sweden's first modern golf course arch

Ågesta GK. Reconstruction of greens and green areas 2007/2008.

 

The original golf course architects: Nils Sköld och Jan Sederh

Lunds Akademiska Golfklubb Reconstruction of greens and green areas 2004.

 

The original golf course architects: Stig Boström och J.S.F Morrison

 

 

 

"Most matches will be determined after the 15th hole. We shall therefore try to make holes 16, 17 and 18 difficult and rich with obstacles"

 

Rafael Sundblom 1890-1958

Sweden's first modern golf course architect

"The greens are the target for the golfer to reach. The defense for them must be strong."

 

 

Rafael Sundblom 1890-1958

Sweden's first modern golf course arch

Landeryds GK North Course Reconstruction of greens and green areas in 2004/2005.

 

The original golf course architect: Åke Persson

Troxhammar GK. Sweden's first 18 +12 hole course. Rebuilding began in 2004 and the new course design opened in May 2009.

 

The original golf course architect: Jan Sederholm

 

 

"Variety is the keyword for the golf architect, variety of environments, soil and surroundings. Variation of surface shapes and contours as well as opportunities to play all kinds of strokes, are the main ingredients of a good golf course"

 

Rafael Sundblom 1890-1958

Sweden's first modern golf course architect

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