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Just two kilometers from the city of Pärnu is Tahkuranna, home of the Pärnu Bay Golf Links. Tahkuranna takes its Estonian name from its sandstone substrate, which serves as the basis for its stunning natural beauty where forest meets sea, creating the sandy soil and coastline as well as the gentle sea breeze that are the very definition of a links course.
Although eagle may mean two under par to most golfers, while playing a round at the Pärnu Bay Golf Links it’s very likely you may be treated to another sort of eagle, the osprey, or fish eagle.
The osprey, Pandion haliaetus, thrives on the Estonian coastline, and approximately 200 pairs have nested in our area. For this reason, you’ll find the osprey on the Pärnu Bay course crest.
The course was designed by architect Lassi Pekka Tilander and built by Nelson & Vecchio with Mick McShane as the lead shaper.
The course is the first links course in the Baltic region and features wide fairways and expansive sand areas, as welll as multi-leveled greens with bold movement.
The par 72 course plays from 4500 to 6200 meters.