Playing golf, the 10 most exclusive clubs in Italy

Golf is, first of all, a style, the pursuit of accurate shot, the perfect gesture, so who practice this sport search for golf courses that correspond to a set of requirements.

All this is true even on a trip, so we offer a selection of Italian golf clubs, the prestigious ones and the modern ones that also offer wellness centers and boast a strategic position to visit the most popular tourist attractions in the surroundings.

The 10 selected clubs are spread across much of Italy, a signal of the increase of interest in golf by gentlemen.

Roma Acquasanta Golf Club


In 1903 was born the Acquasanta Golf Club, a touch of Anglo-Saxon elegance in the heart of the Appian Way; now the Golf Club includes a restaurant and swimming pool. Play a golf match admiring the ancient Roman aqueduct that crosses the 18 holes of golf course and feel the magic mood at the only Golf club just a few kilometers from the center of Rome.

Golf Club Le Betulle di Biella


Biella is located in Piedmont, at the foot of the Alps, a cozy small town full of greenery, where in 1956 opened the Golf Club Le Betulle, designed by the English master architect John Morrison.
The golf course is located at an altitude of 1.936 feet asl and offers a clubhouse with restaurant, guestrooms, a pro-shop and a driving range to practice.

Castelconturbia Golf Club


This location, near Novara, has a very peculiar history: once was a 9-hole golf course wanted by Count Gaspar Voli and Count Avogadro di Collobiano, was re-founded in 1984 and redesigned by Robert Trent Jones Senior, becoming a modern 27 holes golf course and ranking among the best in continental Europe.

In 1991 and 1998 the club has been the venue of the Italian Open.

Golf Club Asiago


Practicing golf isn’t like any sports: mental effort, style and accuracy are closely related to the entertainment, so it is important to choose the right club. At Golf Club Asiago, in Veneto, you will enjoy a unique golf experience thanks to the Golf Academy, suitable for beginners and skilled players, and a wellness center, recommended for a relaxing stay.

Cà della Nave Golf Club


In Veneto region, close to Venice, the romantic lagoon city, there is a golf course designed by Arnold Palmer, who was inspired by the uniqueness of Venice. In fact, the Cà della Nave Golf Club is dotted with water hazards, and is located in the heart of a park where you can visit by appointment a villa of the XVI century.

The Club has a very chic restaurant for a tasty break even if at the end of a compelling match.

Lignano Golf Club ASD


In Friuli you could go to a golf course nestled in the pine forest of Lignano, where the lush scenery is amazing. The Club House features a magnificent terrace, which in summer becomes the outer room of the restaurant.

Jesolo Golf Club


If you want to combine a beach holiday with an exciting golf session, Jesolo Golf Club is the best destination. 18 hole golf course, a beautiful landscape, the gentle sea breeze and the sand dunes are some of the incomparable benefits of this elegant Golf Club.

Circolo Golf Torino La Mandria


A short distance from the Reggia di Venaria Reale palace, in Piedmont, we recommend this historic club that has the longest list of sporting achievements in Italy: here the greatest Italian champions trained and won trophies, so La Mandria is an incredible place especially for those who are already familiar with this sophisticated sport that requires a refined lifestyle.

Royal Park I Roveri


It is difficult to make a choice when you have two chances equally extraordinary: is the case of I Roveri, located in Piedmont region and surrounded by the beautiful Mandria Regional Park. The golf course has been committed to the talent of Robert Trent Jones Senior and later expanded by Michael Hurdzan.

In other words, this Golf Club is every bit as good as the greatest golf courses in the United States.

Circolo Golf Villa d’ Este


Chestnut, pine and birch trees surround this prestigious club, frequented by many European aristocrats and a lot of movie stars. The Golf Club Villa d’ Este, on the hills of Como, has kept largely intact the early course (the club opened in 1926) and remains one of the favorite destinations by the most demanding golf players.

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