The course, which is set in a necklace of Slovenia's highest mountains, is reminiscent of a park. Golfers walking down a fairway or from one hole to the next through sunny woodlands enjoy the fresh mountain air and marvellous views of the Julian Alps, the Karavanke range, Mount Jelovica and the more distant Kamnik Alps. The mighty Stol (2,236m), the highest peak of the Karavanke Alps adds special charm. The overall experience creates an indelible impression on visitors and suffuses them with energy. <br/ >
After the First World War, the then Yugoslav king Aleksander Karadjordjević chose Bled as his summer residence, attracting wealthy guests and nobility from all over Europe.
The royal family and the diplomatic community suggested that a golf course should be built in Bled in 1937. Thus Bled golf course is the cradle of Slovenian golf and one of the oldest courses in this part of Europe. As soon as it opened, connoisseurs declared it to be one of the most beautiful in Europe, as at every step golfers are offered magnificent views of beautiful scenery.
The course was abandoned during the Second World War, regaining its original prestige only in 1972.
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