On your next trip to Italy, it’s time to get healthy. (We don’t mean you have to sacrifice pasta. We’d never make you do that.) It’s time to play golf. Pack your best golf attire and make your way to one of these courses where you’ll be pleasantly surprised by what Italy’s golf clubs have to offer.
Golf di Roma Acquasanta
Established in Rome in 1903, Golf di Roma Acquasanta is one of the oldest golf courses in the country. Located along the Appian Way, the course sets you up for 18 holes of views, views, and views. Since it is so old, Acquasanta is one of the most prestigious golf courses in Italy, and it is also one of the most enchanting. Visitors rave it is their favorite golf course in the world.
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Circolo Golf Torino La Mandria
In the heart of a park in Torino, once the Royal House of Savoy’s game reserve, Circolo Golf Torino La Mandria provides an experience like no other, as the course is maintained to respect the local ecosystem with its special animal and plant species you’ll encounter along the course. Two courses offer 36 holes of pure enjoyment in a natural environment.
Circolo Golf Villa d'Este
Another old golf course with much history, Circolo Golf Villa d’Este was cut through a forest by Peter Gannon back in 1926, and it has remained popular ever since. surrounded by chestnut, birch and pine woods, in a scenario reminiscent of Scotland, the historical course is challenging but rewarding, as it has a lovely views on every hole.
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Golf Club Castelconturbia
Beautiful land and lush greenery led to the creation of Golf Club Castelconturbia, the peaceful hotel golf club located outside of Agrate Conturbia. Stay and play at this gorgeous venue that is home to 27 holes of parkland golf. Hint: Watch out for the water... you might be surprised how many golf balls you lose here.
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Pevero Golf Club
Located in Sardinia’s chic Costa Smeralda region, Pevero Golf Club is a hole in one for any trip. In a stunning location with breathtaking and unforgettable views that are said to be some of the best in the world for a golf course. Surrounded by eroded rocks, natural lakes, Mediterranean greenery and wild strawberry fields, Pevero is truly a magical place to play golf.
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