Chilling out – Located 250 kilometers (155 miles) inside the Arctic Circle, the nine-hole layout at Börkliden follows the path of a grass course underneath which can be played during the summer.
Night vision – The Swedish resort offers rounds during the day and at night.
Glowing reputation – It costs around $50 to play a round at Björkliden, with the resort providing clubs and glowing golf balls.
Spectacular skies – If your golf isn't spectacular you can rely on the Mother Nature to fill the void. The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, can been seen regularly at the resort from October to the end of March.
Lap of luxury – Visitors to Björkliden can stay in a hotel or one of 80 luxury cabins.
Golf in Greenland – Snow golf is popular across Europe, but some tournaments have fallen foul of the weather. For example, the world ice golf championships in Uummannaq, Greenland hasn't been played since 2009.
High flyers – The nine-hole course is remade each year on Gstaad's Wispile mountain.
Swinging into action – Entries at Gstaad are limited to 36 players, with each paying €290 ($395) for a round.
Champagne on ice – Luxury champagne brand Boerl and Kroff sponsors the event, which is as much a social occasion as it is a sporting one.