Halmstad Golf Club is best known for its Northern course but the Southern course is actually the most played by our members and constitutes a truly hidden gem.
Course architects: Rafael Sundblom, Nils Sköld, Frank Pennink and Donald A: Steel
In 1935, construction work was started by an 18-hole course in Tylösand. Architect was Rafael Sundblom. The course was approved by the Swedish Golf Association on May 25, 1938. In 1963, the Domain Authority was granted the disposal of an area for an additional 9 holes north of the existing course. The course architect was Nils Sköld. On May 13, 1967, the new holes for games were opened. Together with the last 9 of the old holes, they formed an 18-hole course, which today is called Norra Banan.
In 1975, the work started with another 9 holes to be connected to the first 9 holes on the old course. They were designed by British railroad architect Frank Pennink.
The inauguration of the South Banana took place on May 12, 1979.