GARDAGOLF COUNTRY CLUB
The internationally renowned Gardagolf Country Club can be considered ‘a classic Italian parkland’ with its championship courses surrounded by cypresses, olives pine trees and ancient holm trees.
The 27 holes designed by the English firm C. Cotton, Pennick & Steel, are spread out over hills and hollows and offering a challenging but fair course for golfers of any level. Among the three, the Red course is considered especially enjoyable for its diversity and the 2nd hole has been voted as one of the world's 500 most beautiful holes.
Among many other important tournaments, Gardagolf has hosted the Italian Open twice: in 1997 won by Bernhard Langer, over José María Olazábal and in 2003 when Mathias Groenberg won over Colin Montgomerie. Having been founded in 1986, Gardagolf celebrates 30 years of success thanks to its meticulous caretaking of the courses and the breath-taking views, as well as the cozy atmosphere of the Club House.
After the round members and guests may relax in the club’s charming restaurant, the guesthouse or the elegant lounge with a fireplace and a bar, which faces a wide panoramic terrace. Club amenities also include pool tables, two tennis courts and a swimming pool.
Red-White Course, 18 holes
M: 6,055 m, CR 72.5, SL 141, Par 72
W: 5,340 m, CR 74.3, SL 133, Par 72
Yellow Course, 9 holes
M: 2,798 m; W: 2,432 m; Par 72
Club, trolley and cart for rental.
in € (18/9 hole)
Midweek 100/55, Weekend 80/45
National holidays compl. € 140 G
Midweek 60/40, Weekend 50/30
National holidays compl. € 90 G
Juniors enjoy reductions
Tee time reservation mandatory
Soft spikes recommended. Handicap men 36; women 36. Closed Mondays from 1 Nov. to 28 Feb.