2002Opening of the Gray Bear golf course, Tále
A festive and at the very important moment for the region and the whole Slovakia - the official opening of the first championship eighteen-hole golf course in Tále, took place with the participation of more than 500 guests. The first tee shot fell to legendary professional golfer and Ryder Cup captain Tony Jacklin.
2003International Slovak Championship on wounds
After the opening of the Gray Bear golf course, the Slovak Championship was played for the first time on a Slovak course. 158 people registered for the open individual tournament, but the competition committee had to limit the number of starters to 20 women and 100 men. In addition to well-known Slovak golfers, there were also Czech and Austrian golfers in the 120-member competition.
2005Qualification for the World Amateur Championship - World Golfers Championship
The World Golfers Championship is the world's largest amateur golf project, the brainchild of Sven Tumba Johansson, a Swedish hockey and golf legend.
2006European Masters Senior Golf Championship
In cooperation with the Tále Golf Club, the Europen Masters Senior Golf Championship was held on 19-21 July 2006 at the Gray Bear Golf Course. The tournament included two competitions- the European Senior Team Championship "Challenge Ivan Maura" and the European Senior Team Cup "Challenge Adriaan de Brujin".
2008ŽP Pipex Cup - Czech PGA Tour 2008
The ŽP Pipex Cup has been a competition for professionals since 2008. In 2009 it became one of two tournaments abroad to be part of the Pilsner Urquell Czech PGA Tour, one of the best subsidized tournaments in the Czech professional series. In 2009 with international participation of 53 professional and 29 amateur players. Zuzana Kamasová, Jeff Sikute and Jozef Soták competed for the Tále Golf Club.
2010Allianz Ladies Slovak Open presented by Respect 2010- Ladies European Tour
In 2010, the Ladies European Tour played on 27 courses in 20 countries around the world, including Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Slovakia was the only country in Central and Eastern Europe where the tour visited. 126 female golfers from 26 countries of the world showed their golf skills at the golf course Gray Bear, Tále.
2011Allianz Ladies Slovak Open presented by Respect 2011- Ladies European Tour
One of the countries in which LET decided to organize the tournament from the 2011 series was again Slovakia, which last year proved that it deserves such an important international event. Sweden's Caroline Hedwall won with a score of - 11. It was her first win on the Ladies European Tour.
2014Opening of the Little Bear Golf Academy
Exactly 12 years after the opening of the 18-hole championship course, a unique two-way golf course was opened. A 9-hole academy called Little Bear by the designers of 1. of the championship course in Slovakia Gray Bear, Tále - by Americans Bob Walton and Skip Malek - is designed especially for children and beginners, but it has something to give to experienced golfers as well. Even experienced golfers can practice short game, chipping and putting here. The opening was also attended by famous faces such as Zuzana Kamasová, Miroslav Šatan and Peter Bondra.