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.
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 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.
The course covers more than 64 hectares in the park of Tradate-Appiano Gentile, a beautiful natural area. A championship course of the highest standards and numerous prestige competitions have been taken place here.
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 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.