Krasnogorsk, Russian Federation
Moscow Country Club
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Krasnogorsk, 48 143430, Russian Federation
Formerly known as "Le Méridien Moscow Country Club" and alternately known as "Nakhabino," this resort course is attached to a nearby hotel; visitors are welcome. The club was founded in 1994 by American businessman Armand Hammer. The course itself was a co-design between Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and Ivan Ivanovich Sergeev, and is the host of the Russian Open, an event on the European Tour.
The current weekend green fee is 7500 rubles. Hole measurements are in meters.
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slowjedi - 5/29/11
I love this course. It's one of the most beautiful courses I've played anywhere. The scenery is just breathtaking. I played there in July of 2009, not too many people, you can only walk, no carts. The only draw backs are (a) pretty expensive, (b) pretty crappy practice facility, bad grass, short game area is messy, nobody cleans it and it all covered with sand because they put chipping area and bunker practice area in the same place, and (c) customer service is the same "Soviet" customer service, pretty bad to say the least. Still we had great time, planning to play there again this summer. A "must" for serious golfers visiting Moscow.
baomos - 6/8/13
Linh_VGM - 5/22/12
Best Score: 80