Modry Las Golf Club rounded off an impressive record-breaking 2018 season that has laid the groundwork for a special year in 2019.

With bookings up and new facilities taking shape, the Gary Player-designed course will celebrate its 10th anniversary in style when it opens its impressive clubhouse in the summer.

The Polish resort, which was officially opened by Player in 2009, has collected a host of international awards during its first decade in operation.  Now in its ninth year, Poland’s only signature course recorded a 20% increase in associated accommodation bookings and a similar hike in stay-and-play packages.

The record tally has been attributed to a number of operational improvements made at the resort along with a glorious Polish summer which escaped the excessive heat experienced elsewhere and led to the fantastic conditioning of both courses. Understandably proud of the strides made at the West Pomerania resort, Cahirman Arthur Gromadzki admitted he was also excited about what happens next.

“There is a buzz about the place, and that is extremely satisfying given there was nothing here 10 years ago, apart from an expansive forest and secluded lakes. But this is only the start of our journey,” he said. “As well as recording some of the best figures ever, we have also been working behind the scenes to complete our new, purpose-built clubhouse which measures over 2,000m2. This will be a great addition to the resort and will provide incredible views over Modry Las.”

The new clubhouse has been designed by a consortium of globally recognised architects from Poland, Switzerland, South Africa and USA. It will feature 10 double bedrooms as well as the luxurious Gary Player suite bringing the total number of on-site rooms at Modry Las to 23, sleeping up to 46 people. The spacious restaurant will have seating for over 80 guests with room for 70 more on a stunning terrace overlooking the 18th hole.

The impressive new clubhouse has also been designed with the environment in mind featuring an eco-heating system. Solar panels will provide additional eco-sourced energy.

“Next year will be extremely important for Modry Las,” Gromadzki said. “Not only will we celebrate our 10th year, we will also unveil our new clubhouse which will be at the heart of everything that goes on at Modry Las. It will be a year of celebrations!”

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