The Course

Hole 1

The start goes slightly downhill with out of bounds on the right up to the middle of the fairway. A row of pine trees on the left makes it more challenging to hit the green, which is protected on the front by two water hazards and on the sides by two bunkers. Be careful not to make a long approach: there is a water hazard behind the green.

Hole 2

The green extends over two levels and is protected by two bunkers on the sides. The tee shot must pass 2 water hazards. Behind the green is out of bounds.

Hole 3

The start requires a gentle left-hand drive for high handicaps due to the presence of a hill. Second shot, keep to the right as there is a steep slope to the left.

Hole 4

It requires a particularly long and precise drive if the ball is to land at least 180 metres away. This is the only way to have a good view of the green, sloping and protected by a bunker on the left. Uphill fairway, which is rather narrow and with out of bounds to the right.

Hole 5

The starting tee leads slightly to the right, where an out of bounds line runs for the entire length of the hole. A slope to the left of the green can be punishing for a closed clubface.

Hole 6

The tee shot is affected by an out of bounds that runs on the right side and a water hazard in front at about 150 metres. Uphill fairway and green protected by two bunkers.

Hole 7

Par-5 with dogleg on the left. The drive should be placed on the right to ensure greater visibility when executing the second shot, which requires great precision to avoid hitting the right side in the out of bounds and the other against a bushy relief. In addition to the fairway bunker located 50 meters from the green, four other bunkers protect the green. Thanks to the green, the famous Roman Aqueduct is a fascinating sight.

Hole 8

The tee shot is uphill, and the landing is blind. The fairway also has two levels. Even with a good drive, you may have the unpleasant surprise of finding the ball positioned downhill. The “panettone” green is surrounded by a hollow break and is among the most difficult of the course, as it is fast and with steep slopes.

Hole 9

Long, narrow fairway; 3 large trees on the left impact the tee shot. Green protected by 2 bunkers; out of bounds on the right.

Hole 10

Par is within reach with a good chance of making a birdie and an eagle for long drive players. After passing a small hill, the fairway is divided into two levels. 3 bunkers protect the green. Another bunker is located 100 metres from the green.

Hole 11

A short but delicate hole, also due to the constant presence of wind. The green is protected by a front water hazard and 5 bunkers.

Hole 12

Due to its length and the existence of an accentuated dogleg to the right, this is undoubtedly the most challenging hole on the course. It is essential to place the tee shot well, preferably on the left side of the fairway, for a good entrance to the green with the second shot. A water hazard flanks the entire hole on the right. Delicate approach to the green, small and fast, with bunkers on both sides.

Hole 13

A long drive is needed to chip a 190-metre slope. The second shot is very tricky, given the water hazard on the right, which flanks the entire hole. 2 side bunkers protect the green.

Hole 14

Narrow fairway with a steep downhill slope over 170 metres. If well placed, the drive does not create great difficulty in approaching the greens on two levels, even though there is a body of water and 3 bunkers. Beware of the water hazard behind the green.

Hole 15

Uphill hole with a dogleg to the right. The tee shot should be kept to the left to avoid a row of pine trees to the right that would prevent a shot to the small green protected by 5 bunkers.

Hole 16

The hole does not present any severe difficulties but requires a lot of attention on the shot to the green. If you chip it over, recovery becomes problematic.

Hole 17

Undoubtedly one of the most striking and delicate holes, the drive is downhill, and the presence of a water hazard at the end of the first fairway can be risky for long drives; the presence of two water hazards influences the second shot, one transversal, the other diagonal to the fairway and continuing to the left of the green, which is wide but with accentuated slopes—only one bunker on the right.

Hole 18

Par-4 uphill with an impressive panoramic view of the Clubhouse at the end of the hole. A long drive is required to chip the 145-metre step to the green, which is elevated and protected by 3 bunkers. The Clubhouse and swimming pool are out of bounds.


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