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 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 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.