The exclusive five-star Argentario Golf Resort & Spa is set on the Monte Argentario promontory which was once an island but is now connected to mainland Tuscany by three causeways that in turn form two lagoons.
Set in the heart of Tuscany, Poggio dei Medici Golf Club is the quintessential gem. Host to the Ladies Italian Open from 1999 to 2003.
Golf in Italy began in Tuscany with the foundation of Florence Golf Club in 1889, but a new course, designed by Cecil Blandford and Peter Gannon, was established for Ugolino Golf Club in 1933.
Set within a sprawling, 360-acre property the fairways of the Nicklaus course at Arzaga Golf Club are wide and generally forgiving, though water comes into play at several holes...
The course at Royal Golf La Bagnaia is Robert Trent Jones Jnr’s first design in Tuscany and it’s set out as an “inland links” in the gently rolling hills to the south of Sienna...
La Pavoniere Golf & Country Club is one of three Italian projects that have been completed by the Arnold Palmer Design Company and it’s a mid-1980s layout that sits within an estate that once belonged to Prince Leopoldo de’ Medici.
Terme di Saturnia is where American Ron Fream and his Golfplan team made their mark on the design front in 2007 with the introduction of a new course.
Situated close to Lecce, in the southeast of Italy, the resort golf course at Acaya first appeared in the late 1990s when architect David Mezzacane set out the eighteen fairways within a local nature reserve.
Host to the Italian Open on four occasions, Is Molas completes the triangle of top-notch golf courses on the delicious Italian island of Sardinia.
Founded in 1958, Golf Club Bologna was the first golf club to be established in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy. The course was designed by Ken Cotton and John Harris when they were in partnership...