The Riviera Golf Resort, located in Italy, is renowned for its exceptional golf facilities and stunning course. Golfing experiences at this resort are truly remarkable. Designed by renowned architects, the golf course at Riviera Golf Resort offers a challenging yet...
PGA National Italy is hosted by Argentario Golf Club, which hosts some of the most prestigious golf tournaments in Tuscany and Italy. It boasts 18 scenic holes with a total length of 6,218 meters and a par of 71. In...
The Castelgandolfo Country Club is located in the territory of the municipality of Castel Gandolfo, in the Castelli Romani area and included in the circuit of the "most beautiful villages in Italy". It extends between the hilly area of ​​the Alban Hills and the flat area of ​​the Agro Romano.
The proximity of the Pre-Alps and the altitude (425 meters above sea level) allow our route to enjoy a pleasantly cool climate in the summer and never too harsh during the winter: our Club is in fact open all year round.
The natural environment in which it is immersed is of undoubted beauty: the first path extends along the suggestive pine forest, the second, full of water obstacles, recalls the great American fields while the third is inspired by Scottish links. There is a Double Hitter Driving Range, two Putting Greens, a Pitching Green and three executive holes. The relatively mild climate of the Adriatic Riviera allows you to play all year round.
The Parco Golf Club of Rome is one of the best known and most appreciated in the international golf scene. Its path, drawn by the pencil of the American architect PB Dye , reconciles both the technical and the aesthetic aspect . In the succession of holes, the view of the archaeological sites and the dome of St. Peter that appears on the horizon create unforgettable sensations for professionals, amateurs and beginners
The modern course has been ranked among the top ten courses in continental Europe and since 1987 and for all the following years the Club has been awarded the prize which recognizes the best courses in Italy. In 2003 it was awarded as the Number One.
North from Rome in a charming landscape the course spreads its fairways alongside the still fascinating traces of Etruscan civilisation. In the national golf school national players and professionals are trained. Characteristic is the club house, a naturally restorated farmhouse with the architecture typical for this region.
Taking advantage of the brilliant intuition of its founders, Monticello adapts to the times, enhancing the concept of Residential Golf.
Margara is spread over 110 hectares of nature immersed in the heart of Monferrato, a Unesco World Heritage Site. Here you will find, in addition to many thoughtful services to experience sport and leisure, two championship 18-hole courses in which to test yourself and have fun. Discover the timeless charm of the “Glauco Lolli Ghetti” course or the modernity of the 18 holes of “La Guazzetta”.
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