The 27-holeFranciacorta Golf Club (1986 & 2009) is situated in the heart of Franciacorta, in the province of Brescia, on morainic hills at approximately 185 metres above sea level, south of the Lake of Iseo and in the centre of a golf area of primary importance joining nine prestigious golf courses in a less than one hundred kilometres range.
The 18-hole Golf Club Frassanelle (opened in 1990) on the outskirts of Padua is just a few kilometers from the famous thermal baths of Abano Terme and Montegrotto integrated into the wonderful landscape of the Euganean Hills. The golf course is considered to be one of the most beautiful golf courses.
The Mirabell Golf Club is the perfect golf course to start with golf and for those who want to improve their golf skills. There are three phases: the first experiments to handicap, then the membership of the Mirabell Golf Club and continues to handicap.
The 27-hole Golf Club Padova (1962) is located in Galzignano Terme amid the Euganean Hills. The traditional golf club in parkland-style offers a sumptuous vegetation with mature trees and several lakes. The three 9-hole courses - Yellow Course, Red Course and Blue Course - can be combined in any possible order. Another impressive feature is the palatial clubhouse with restaurant.
The 27-hole Golf della Montecchia (1990) is set in the charming scenery of the Euganean Hills close to Padua and the thermal baths of Abano, Montegrotto, Battaglia and Galzignano Terme. Golf Montecchia offers flat and wide fairways with beautiful views, which invite to a relaxed round of golf.
The 18-hole Golf Senza Confini Tarvisio (1992) is located on the plateau of Priesnig, a green oasis set among rolling hills and rocky mountains, where the view extends to 360 °. In the border triangle of Italy, Austria and Slovenia you will find a beautiful golf course framed by the thousand year old Tarvisio Forest with its ancient trees. Stunning views lead North to Austria and Slovenia and to the Valcanale in the South.
Golf San Vigilio Seis is located in the heart of the Dolomites in the holiday region Alpe di Siusi. The challenging and spectacular golf course is the only 18-hole course in the Dolomites. The well maintained and idyllically situated golf course offers canyons, water hazards and water falls, long fairways and less difficult holes. Golfers of all levels will enjoy this beautiful course.
The 18-hole Le Robinie Golf Club (opened in 1992) located between Milano and the Lake Maggiore was designed by Jack Nicklaus and his company. The flat golf course is appreciated by both professional and amateurs players.
The 18 hole Bogliaco Golf Resort is situated close to the hills on the western side of lake Garda, Golf Bogliaco lies in a basin at an altitude of 100 metres, covered with oleander, laurel, cypresses, olive trees and other plants typical of Mediterranean vegetation. The raised position gives a splendid view over almost the full length of the lake and the mountains which surround it.
The 18-hole Golf Club Petersberg (1989), about 30 minutes from Bolzano and 20 minutes from Neumarkt and Auer, is located on the high plateau of Reggelberges at an altitude of about 1,250 meters on the southern slopes of the Dolomites. The challenging golf course is surrounded by pictorial mountain peaks.
The 9-hole Golf Club Pustertal (1994) is located outside Brunico overlooking the Plan de Corones, the nr.1 ski resort in South Tyrol. The varied fairways are embedded in the hilly landscape of the Valley in Riscone and the golf course is surrounded by dense forests, lush meadows and natural habitats. Short, narrow holes alternate with wide and long fairways.
The 27-hole Castelconturbia Golf Club (opened in 1986) is located near the town of Conturbia in the countryside of Lake Maggiore. The famous golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. has created the three 9-hole golf courses in front of the splendid scenery of Monte Rosa.
The 36 hole Chervò Golf San Vigilio (2009) runs through the beautiful landscape of Desenzano and Sirmione. It was designed by the golf architect Kurt Rossknecht with 27 championship holes - Benaco, Solferino and San Martino - and 9-hole executive course. The open courses offer beautiful views to the surrounding mountains.
The 18-hole Circolo Golf degli Ulivi (founded 1931) is located in Sanremo, the most famous locality of the West Riviera, known also as Flowers Riviera. The beautiful golf course was built on the mountain slopes above Sanremo that gently slide down to the sea and winds through the typical olive trees of the region.
The 18-hole Venice Golf Club (founded 1928) is located on the southernmost tip of the island of Lido only minutes away from the historical, medieval city centre of Venice, St Marco Square and the Doge's Palace. Between the Adriatic Sea and the lagoon the challenging golf course is threading through pine groves and sandy dunes close the world famous beaches.
The 18-hole Golf Club Biella - „Le Betulle” (built in the late ‘50s) near the town of Biella and Ivrea is set in the charming countryside along the slopes of the Serra moraine in Northern Piedmont. The challenging championship course was ranked 18 times Best Italian Course by the magazine Il Mondo del Golf.
The 18-hole Golf Club Cansiglio (founded in 1958) is located in the southern part of the alps at 1027 meters above sea level and surrounded by forest. Cansiglio is the second oldest Golf Club of the Veneto region. The british architect John Harris designed this beautiful mountain course in links style.
The 18-hole Golf Club Grado (1996) is located just south of Monfalcone between Venice and Trieste in the lagoon landscape of the Adriatic Sea on an island which is unique because of its culture and tradition. The Championship Course, placed in enchanting natural landscape, will challenge and fascinate also the expert players.
The 18-hole Golf Club Jesolo issituatedin the areaof Jesolo Lido facing the famous town of venice. The architects GianPaolo Marand MarcoCrozehave createdahigh-classproject to find the perfect balance between golf and well being. The championship course is a true natural paradise just a few steps from the sea, away from the noise of the city.
The 18-hole Golf Club Passeier Meran (1996) is located 14 kilometer north of Meran in the very heart of the Alps. The golf course is known for its beautiful, natural layout and fine design. It is an ideal place for beginners and expert golfers like.
The Golf Club Schloss Freudenstein is part of the Golf & Country South Tyrol with a total of 3 golf clubs. The Golf Club Schloss Freudenstein Castle is located on a hill above Eppan and part of the stunning grounds of Freudenstein Castle. It is the excellent and modern training facility for golf beginners and professionals in South Tyrol.
The 18-hole Golf Club Trieste (founded in 1954) is located in a peaceful oasis, only a few kilometers from the city center of Trieste. The traditional Golf Club Trieste was the first golf club to open in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. The course offers an exceptionally sunny location between the blue sea of the Adria and snowy Alpine peaks.
The 18-hole Golf Club Villa d'Este is located south of Como and Lake Como. The beautiful golf course was designed by Peter Gannon and offers great views of Lago di Montòrfano. Villa d'Este, which is considered one of the most challenging and difficult courses in Italy, winds its way through chestnut, ash and pine trees.
Golfclub Quellenhof The 4-hole Golf Club Quellenhof offers ideal conditions for practicing the short game and is located in the most beautiful area of South Tyrolean. Facts: Driving range with 20 berths (10 of them covered), putting, chipping and pitching green, PGA golf school with scope video system, indoor golf course with GPS golf simulator and 3D measurement
The 18-hole Il Picciolo Golf Club (founded 1989) is located in a natural amphitheatre on the north-eastern region of the Etna volcano and close to popular tourism destination such as Taormina, Siracusa and Catania. It is part of the Etna’s natural park with many through oaks trees, vineyars and hezelnuts trees. Il Picciolo Golf Club is the first golf course developed in Sicily.
The 27-hole Arzaga Golf Club (1998) is located close to Sirmione at Lake Garda. The three 9-hole golf courses were designed by the golf legends Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player. The championship course was the venue of the Italian Open Senior`s Tour.
The 27-hole Garda Golf Country Club (1986) is situated in a beautiful location between the Rocca di Manerba, the Castello di Soiano and the hills of the Valtenesi. The surrounding landscape is dominated by cypress, pines, olive trees and oaks. The Garda Golf Country Club is one of the Leading Golf Courses of Europe. Don't miss this course!
The 9-hole Golf Club Alpino di Stresa (founded 1924) just outside of Stresa above Lake Maggiore is situated in one of the most beautiful regions of Northern Italy. The traditional parkland style course is characterized by lush vegetation and magnificent panoramic views.
The 9-hole Golf Club Alta Badia (1995) in Corvara, South Tyrol, is one of the highest golf courses in the Alpes. Golf-lovers have the possibility of playing within the most breathtaking scenery in the heart of the Dolomites, right under the Sella massif and the Sassongher. The golf course is situated in untouched nature at 1,700 meters above sea level.
The 9-hole Golf Club Carezza at Karerpass in South Tyrol is the oldest golf course in South Tyrol. The so-called "Mountain-Beast" is located at an altitude of 1,580 m with fascinating views of the "Rose Garden" and the Croda Rossa, the magnificent mountain of the Dolomites. The technically challenging golf course asks for a lot of stamina to overcome the height difference of up to 400 meters.
The 9-hole Golf Club Eppan (Appiano) - the Blue Monster - close to Bolzano was designed by renowned golf course architect Thomas Himmel on an unusually flat terrain for South Tyrol. The main feature of this course, which offers wonderful views of the surrounding mountains, are the numerous water hazards. These are visually very present and a challenge for low handicap golfers.
The 18-hole Golf Club Udine (1972) is located in Fagagna, one of the most beautiful villages of Italy, surrounded by majestic hills covered by oak and beech trees against the backdrop of the Carnic Alps. The golf course not far from Udine and San Daniele (a town renowned for its ham). Enjoy the great panoramic views on this golf course.
Its strategic location, in Friuli Venezia Giulia and adjacent to Slovenia and Austria, allows the Golf & Country Club Castello di Spessa in Capriva del Friuli (Go) to breathe Central European air and spirits: as a matter of fact, the Golf Club represents a gathering point for Italian, Austrian, German, Slovenian and Croatian golfers, who meet and challenge each other in here
The 18 hole Le Saie Golf Club (founded 2014) near Catania in the south of Etna Volcano is the youngest golf course in Sicily. The course with links character was designed by the Milanese architect Franco Piras. In the middle of a beautiful environment you will find an interesting and varied golf course with numerous water hazards.
The 18-hole Pra' delle Torri Golf Caorle (1991) is situated just 7 kilometers from Caorle and 15 from Lido Jesolo Venice. The splendid golf course is overlooking the sea. The golfer can admire a open window view over the sea when playing the initial 9 holes. The relaxing golf course may become quite technical and exciting during the particular sea breeze period.
The 36-hole Verdura Golf Club (opened in 2009) is located on the south-western coast of Sicily, near the coastal town of Sciacca. Verdura has two 18-hole links style championship courses, the East and the West Course, and a 9-hole Executive Course. All the courses were designed by the famous golf course architect Kyle Phillips.
The 36-hole Antica Locanda del Golf is located in Donnafugata, Ragusa in the south of Sicily. The 18-hole Parkland Course (Par 72) was designed by Gary Player and is surrounded by carobs and olive trees, close to a Greek necropolis. The Links Course (Par 72) is surrounded by a beautiful maquis.
The 36-hole Bogogno Golf Resort (opened in 1997) is located in a scenic region south of Lake Maggiore, with convenient proximity to Milan Malpensa Airport. The golf resort has two beautiful 18-hole golf courses different in layout and style.
The Chianti area is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful areas in Italy and attracts more and more German holidaymakers and winemakers to Tuscany, which is becoming more and more a popular golfing region. The Ugolino golf course, founded in 1933, is one of the most spectacular and most beautiful golf courses in Tuscany. The 18-hole (par 72) course is quite challenging, many water hazards and hilly fairways make the game more difficult, but at the same time exciting and varied.
The 9-hole Golf Club Albisola is framed by a hilly landscape just above the village of Albissola Marina, on the edge of the Ligurian Flower Riviera. Due to the mild climate the course is playable all year round. The fairways are framed by olive trees, the greens are large and undulated. Some water hazards contribute to further attractiveness.
The 18-hole championship course Golf Club Cà degli Ulivi is located on the eastern bank above Lake Garda. The course is surrounded by olive groves and cypress trees and offers a wonderful view of Lake Garda and the hilly foothills of Monte Baldo. Challenging golf due to the naturally embedded holes is a given fact.
The 18-hole Colli Berici Golf Club (1988) is situated in a privileged position, surrounded by the charming countryside of the Berici Hills but at the same time easily accessible with the Montecchio Maggiore motorway exit close by, at a short distance from the historic centre of Vicenza.
The 18-hole Garlenda Golf Club (founded in 1964) is located between Alassio and Albenga in the Lerrone valley, supposed to be one of the most beautiful and picturesque valleys of the Ligurian hinterland. The challenging golf course, surrounded by ancient olive groves and pine forests, was designed by the well known British golf architects John Morrison and John Harris.
The 9-hole Golf Club Il Colombaro is Cunettone di Salò, in short distance from the lake and the historic center of Salò, surrounded by the rolling hills of the region. The golf course is part of the "Villenpark Sanghen".
The 18-hole Golf Club Lignano is located at Lignano Pineta, a splendid resort in Friuli-Venezia Giulia on the Adriatic sea and is within easy reach of other places of great historical, artistic and cultural interest such as Venice, Triest, Cividale, Palmanova, Aquileia and Udine. Golf Lignano is considered to be one of the finest golf courses in Italy.
The 9-hole Golf Club Marigola (1987) was designed by architect Franco Marmori. It is a little gem just a few meters from the sea. The golf club is located close to the beautiful Marigola Lerici, a fishing village, which is pure magic for the eyes. The undulating course runs through typical Ligurian terraces, overlooking the "Gulf of Poets".
The 18-hole Menaggio & Cadenabbia Golf Club was founded in January 1907 and celebrated 100 years of history in 2007. It is the 2nd oldest Golf Club in Italy after Golf Club Acquasanta in Rome. It combines old-world values with a heritage of golfing culture. The Menaggio golf course is a challenging mountain course offering splendid views of Lake Como and the landscape.
The 18-hole Golf Club Varese (1897/1934) is located in an ancient convent, built in the 12th century. The Benedictine Sisters used to live here up to the 15th century. The golf course runs through gently undulating ground with great views of the lake Maggiore, lake Vares, lake Monate and the Mount Rosa.
The 18-holes Golf Des Iles Borromées is a golf course built in a natural and uncontaminated environment and situated 500 meters above sea level, with a southerly exposure, fresh in summer and sunny in winter. But above all you will be enchanted by natural flora.
The 18-hole Golf Monasteri near the town of Syracuseis layed out within an 86-hectare orange and lemon trees plantation. Thegolf coursewas designed by David and Vincenzo Mezzacane. Some holes are nestled among fields of the typical prickly pear cactus, some are surrounded by incredible white limestone hills.
The 18-hole La Pinetina Golf Club is set in the heart of the Park Pineta of Appiano Gentile and Tradate, a forest of pine trees, birch trees, oaks and chestnuts. The beautiful course follows an undulated terrain offering stunning views of Mount Rosa, the Lombardy Prealps and, on the clearest of days, the Appennines.
Undoubtedly, it is a prestigious golf course. The 36 holes spread over the park of "La Mandria", today a nature reserve with many wild animals. The varied terrain is surrounded by the mountains of Turin and offers unforgettable views of lakes, streams, forests and fields.
The 27-hole Asolo Golf Club (opened in 1997) near Montebelluna is located in the beautiful landscape of the Asolan hills. The golf course offers three 9-hole golf courses in parkland style. Enjoy magnificent views of the Venetian pre-Alps and the majestic Monte Grappa.
The 36-hole Donnafugata Golf Club near Ragusa in the south of Sicily offers two great golf courses. The “Parkland” Course was designed by famous Gary Player. It runs close to an archaeological site. You will find many tree-lined fairways and insidious greens, which are well defended by deep bunkers. The Parkland course hosted the "Sicilian Open PGA European Tour" in 2011.
The 18-hole Golf Club Cà Amata (founded 1993) near Castelfranco is set within the park surrounding the Villa Ca’ Amata, one of the finest example of 18th century venetian architecture. A large part of the course is characterized by water hazards like lakes and canals.
The 9-hole Golf Club Lana (1998) is located just south of Merano in South Tyrol between vines and apple trees. The golf course was designed by the famous British golf-course architect Michael Pinner, former designer for Jack Nicklaus Golfdesign. It is situated below the ruins of the “Brandis” castle with a stunning panoramic view on the vast Adige’s valley.
The 18-hole Golf Club Le Vigne Villafranca was built in the 1990s in the hills of Custoza and is about 15 minutes' drive from Verona. The varied course runs through a flat countryside and is appreciated by experienced golfers and beginners alike.
The 18 hole Golf Club Paradiso del Garda is located in Peschiera del Garda and was designed by Jim Fazio, an American architect. The course design follows modern standards and its technical features meet the needs even of the most demanding golfer. Many bunkers, five ponds, fast and rolling greens make this golf course a technical and enjoyable one.
The 18-hole Golf Club Rapallo (founded 1931) is located on the outskirts of Rapallo near Portofino and Genoa. The parkland style golf course offers narrow fairways, natural water hazards and exciting tees. Precision is one of the most important elements on this course. Due to its protected location, it can be played all year round.
The 18-hole Golf Club of Verona is situated in the hilly wine region between Lake Garda and Verona. The charming golf course is surrounded by lush vegetation. Here you can expect the atmosphere of a venerable and dignified golf clubs.
The 18-hole Golf dei Laghi (1993) is located close to the wellknown lakes Lago Maggiore and Lago Monate. The course was designed by the architect Piero Mancinelli and built on a predominantly wooded land that once belonged to the Visconti family. It runs through a beautiful old park with tall trees.
The 9-hole course of Golf Terme di Galzignano (opened in 1999) is situated against the enchanting backdrop of the Colli Euganei south of Padua. The recreational course was designed by architect Marco Croze. Although relatively short it offers interesting challenges. Water hazards come into play most of the time.
The 3-hole Maremma Golf Club (1996) is located close to Grosseto in Tuscany. It is a practice facility specially for golf beginners or those who want to hit some balls. You will find a driving range, pitching & putting greens, practise bunker.
The 18-hole Pelagone Golf Club Toscana (1999) is located in the middle of the green hills of the Tuscan Maremma. The British golf architect Keith Preston established one of the most attractive golf courses in Italy between olive groves and towering cypress trees. The championship course with its impressive views was named one of the top ten new golf courses in 2003.
The 18-hole Pevero Golf Club (1972) is one of the world's most breathtaking and exclusive golf clubs, with a course that meanders its way along the Costa Smeralda (Sardinia). Enjoy a challenging golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. stretching from Porto Rotondo to Porto Cervo. The course is scattered with terrible hazards created by nature itself.
The 18-hole The Royal Golf La Bagnaia (2011) close to Siena is the first Tuscan golf course designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr. The challenging Par 71 course within the gently rolling hills of Siena is a typical example of Inland Links, which refer to the Scottish Highlands with the “Rough” that waves in the wind.
The 18-hole Golf - Terme di Saturnia is located close to Saturnia in Maremma the southern part of Tuscany. The championship course is set over 70 undulating hectares, in the midst of the Maremman countryside, surrounded by colours that range from yellow to ochre, from orange to burgundy. Each hole of this challenging golf course has its own personality.
The 9-hole Villa Airoldi Golf Club is situated on the outskirts of Palermo, in a 140,000 m² park, which is very popular with tourists. The fairways of the beautifully laid out couse run partly between trees, historical monuments and wells.