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Golfplatz zlati gric
Slovenia

V idiličnem okolju Škalskih vinogradov leži igrišče za golf. Zaradi naravnih danosti je izredno razgibano in v celoti obkroženo z vinogradi. Igralna polja so popestrena s potokom, ki teče po sredini celotnega igrišča, vodnimi ovirami, gozdom in grmovjem. Igrišče ima 9 igralnih polj, katerih skupna dolžina je 2448 metrov in ima par 36. Igrišče je prijetno za igranje, vendar zahteva zelo natančne udarce. Moč in dolžina udarcev nista odločilnega pomena, ampak premišljenost in visoka stopnja koncentracije. Golf igrišče je odprto od marca do novembra. V sklopu naših aktivnosti smo prav tako uredili tudi golf vadbišče, kjer organiziramo učne ure golfa, nadaljevalne tečaje za otroke in mladino in individualne učne ure. V recepciji golf igrišča je mogoče kupiti tudi vrhunska vina podjetja Zlati grič po ugodnih cenah.

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