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I will be in Reykjavik. for a few days in June. Plan to get at least one round in. Anybody with suggestion or any info that will help?

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According to my Frommer's guide, Reykjavik Golf Club has 2 18 hole courses.  There is an oceanside course called Korpulfsstaoir and what is listed as Iceland's premier championship course -- Grafarholt. June should be a good time since the summer days should be long at that time.

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