Welcome to Oslo GC
Oslo Golf Club, established 1924, is the oldest golf club in Norway. The first golf shots were hit one autumn day in 1924. Except for the 2nd World War period, when people grew potatoes and other vegetables on the course, we have been playing golf here ever since. Over the years the club has invested in several course upgrades. The original area for golf has been changed and is today one of the most compact golf courses in Norway. As we are the only 18-hole course within the Oslo city limits, keen golfers frequently play our course. + 31.000 rounds every season, which lasts from May to October.
Reconstruction in 2008
After many years of wear and tear the course was worn down, and in 2008 the course was closed for a total reconstruction. Steve Forrest, one of americas best course designers, designed our new course and MS Golf did the work supervised by our own people. With triple drainage, fully automated water irrigation system, sub-air under all greens, sand capped fairways, “sportcrete” in all bunkers, bent grass on greens, tees and fairways, our new course is among Europe’s most technologically advanced, and we believe that the course design will meet both the average golfer’s needs for challenge and at the same time be a tough challenge for the professional golfers for many years to come. The work was done in record time and we reopened Bogstad may 31st 2009. The feedback is unanimously overwhelming, and both members and guests seem to love what we did to the course.
The golf club by Lake Bogstad
The Oslo Golf Club’s course is beautifully situated around the Bogstad Lake. The par 72 championship course, measuring approximately 6300 mtr, is a truly unique design with long par 3s and water coming into play on several holes. The view of the waterfall on the 12th hole right next to the green is quite rare. The players who would prefer a shorter total distance have a great variety of lengths as the course offers tees approximately 4100 mtr 4900 mtr, 5400mtr, 5800 mtr or 6100 mtr. The series of par 3s, 4s and 5s are enjoyable and challenging for all golfing categories.
Our facilities includes a brand new club house, indoor golf center, café with all serving rights, pro shop, conference room, the 18 hole championship course, one putting green, pitch- and putting area driving range and free parking.
We use two different terms to describe our guests and greenfee players at Oslo Golfclub. Because of the large amount of activity on our course, we have certain restrictions when it comes to skill and playing times.
Guests:Is what we call members of other clubs who are invited by one of our own members to play together with that member. One member can bring a maximum of 3 guests at a time. Maximum HCP for a guest is 36,0.
Greenfee players: Is what we call members of other clubs who wish to play at Oslo GC without beeing invited by one of our members. Maximum HCP for a greenfee player is 32,0. The course is open for greenfee weekdays before 3pm and week-ends after 1pm.
Greenfee Adult/Juniors: 1500,- / 475,-
Guest Adult/Junior: 1000,- / 375,-
Twilight greenfee*: 500,-
*Twilight is for players not beeing able to finish 18 holes before it gets to dark in the evening.
Rental Clubs: 250,-
Buggies* Members/Others: 200,- / 300,- *Can only be rented with a medical certificate from doctor.
Trollies 2wheel: 40,- Trollies 3wheel: 60,- Electrical trollies: 100,-
Opening hours and contact details
Club Office: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm - (+47) 22 51 05 60
Pro Shop: 8.00 am to 7.00 pm - (+47) 22 50 54 92
Restaurant: 9.00 am to 10.00 pm (Kitchen hours 11.30 am to 9.00 pm)
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Dress Code and Etiquette
- The Rules of etiquette at Oslo Golf club must be followed at all times on the golf course and other parts of the property.
- Men should wear collared shirts. Ladies may wear a sleeveless shirt. Singlets not allowed. No holes or worn out jeans allowed.
- Pitch marks must be repaired, divots replaced and bunkers raked.
- Anyone acting in a dangerous or disruptive manner or not following OGK’s etiquette may be asked to leave the golf course, driving range or putting green and no refund will be made.