At the centre of Antognolla's 500-hectare castled estate is a 1998 18-hole golf course which has been completely remodelled by Robert Trent Jones Jr. in recent times.
Wilfried Moroder of MPS Golf Design laid out the course at Golf Club Passeier Meran and this relatively short but engaging track is set spectacularly within the heart of the Alps.
Situated just a half an hour’s drive from the city centre of Rome, the challenging 18-hole Championship layout at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club was set out by architect Jim Fazio in the late 1980s.
The course at Golf Bogliaco sits a hundred metres above Lake Garda, where tree-lined fairways offer glimpses of the azure waters below.
Set close to Lake Como and originally founded in 1907, Menaggio & Cadenabbia Golf Club is the second oldest in Italy. The course was redesigned by Commander John Harris in 1965.
Designed by American architect Jim Engh in collaboration with Bernhard Langer, the course at Modena Golf & Country Club hosted the fiftieth edition of the Italian Open in 1993, three years after the layout first opened for play.
The person to receive most plaudits for the San Domenico project should be shaper Brian Jorgensen as he moved plenty of earth on a largely level, featureless landscape to lay out a wonderful array of seaside fairways...
Designed by architect Marco Croze, the 18-hole layout at Golf Club des Iles Borromées is routed around a hilly, 180-acre property which lies within an extensive pine and silver birch forest overlooking Lake Maggiore.
Architect Marco Croze laid out the initial nine holes here in 1972 – one of several collaborative golf projects he completed with Commander John Harris around that time – and he returned twenty-two years later to add a second nine.
Situated close to the Pope’s summer residence near Rome, the course at Country Club Castelgandolfo is a Robert Trent Jones Snr design that lies within the remains of an old volcanic crater...