This club isn't shy about its aspirations, hence it would be a long drive to get to a more expensive venue. To be fair, it did stage a couple of Italian Opens and a few other high-profile events. The parkland estate with its magnificent clubhouse is representative enough and the three 9 hole loops provide plenty of interesting, if not world-beating holes.
There are some undulations on the property, mainly utilised on the Red course, but in all it is a fairly relaxing experience that rarely pushes the player outside his comfort zone. This does not mean that the course is easy, it has a couple of tricks up its sleeve that only local knowledge (or a strokesaver) can mitigate. The greens are pretty fast as well, but short of blading chips there aren't many short-game opportunities to rack up a big score.
The visuals are nice, Italian countryside estate style, but not by themselves a reason to visit the course. It's a competent parkland track and could conceivably lay claim to be the best course at Lake Garda, but competition in that corner of Italy isn't exactly fierce.
Date: June 01, 2018