Location: Finland, Suonenjoki Established: 2007 Course Designer: Jussi Meresmaa Course Type : Free-to-play Holes: 23 Downloadable Map: suonenjoki_suonenjoki_ratakartta_2014.jpg
The course is located in the grass and forest areas behind the Suonenjoki Ice Rink, which includes steep hills that tell about the past of sand pits. These hills are heavily involved in the game. The lengths of the fairways range from 39 to 162 meters. Large height variations and trees limiting throw lines make the game difficult. The total length of the fairways today is 1966 meters. The course is suitable for beginners as well as for those who have been practicing the sport for a long time. A few particularly narrow or otherwise kinky fairways are apt to teach beginners precision and line design. A few fairways allow those who have been practicing the sport for a long time to tease their hands. In the immediate vicinity of the course there is an ice rink with a parking lot and a football pitch. There are also frequent joggers and other outdoor enthusiasts walk in the area, who you should be aware of when throwing. Because many holes are opened blindly or run in the vicinity of another lane, you must be careful on the course to ensure that no one is in the target area.