It is most known for being the first and only world-class 18-hole golf course in the Ural Mountains. Paul Thomas, a famous English architect, designed the course. It occupies a large part of the estate, roughly 75 ha, with 59 bunkers and 15 water hazards located on smart greens. The emerald open spaces that fit the natural landscape harmoniously, described by the famous Ural writer Bazhov, will definitely not fail to make an impression on golfers, as they are regarded to be one of the most environmentally benign areas in the Urals. The course really offers a great golfing experience in this area of astonishing nature. The club also offers training, individual sessions and even a children’s golf school.
The venue’s advantages
The estate also offers locker rooms, washrooms, sauna and hammam, a golf store, a playroom for children and a conference hall. Free time can be spent in nature as there are a lot of footpaths and cycle paths. The whole premises are fenced and under 24-hour surveillance, so visitors are safe.
For longer stays, visitors are invited to rent a comfortable house. There are five housing estates and each one contains from 23 to 30 houses. The central estates are well connected for visitors’ convenience. The natural landscape is preserved to the maximum extent and taken care of so visitors can enjoy the peaceful surroundings.
For business events, there is a conference hall available. It measures around 70 m2 and can sit up to 30 people. The hall is equipped with a projector, wide-format screen, laptop, flip chart, and unlimited Wi-Fi. The place can also supply food and beverages, ranging from coffee break to business lunch. For bigger events (up to 120) the restaurant hall can be hired. The Pine Creek Golf Resort offers many different high-quality experiences, be it golf, business, cuisine or just enjoying the natural beauty. It really is a one-of-a-kind venue.