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 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 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 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 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.