Designed by the renowned "European Golf Design", the 18 hole championship course measures over 6300 meters, has a par of 72 and has been constructed to the highest standards, with greens conforming to USGA Specifications. As it is to be expected from a golf course so close to the sea, wind can play a significant role in the challenge of the course. Together with strategic bunkering, definitive fairway shaping and clever green design, a thought provoking test of golf has been set. This is complemented by incorporating local plants into the design of the course, which can be seen occupying great waste areas weaving their way in and around the golf holes. These are areas where local rock, has been left in place, having first been crushed to a granular material and re-contoured to become part of the species common to this region, thereby ensuring that the golf course retains a local identity.

  • Length: more than Mt. 6300
  • Par: 72
  • Green: conforming to USGA Specifications
  • Architects: European Golf Design
  • Shaper: Brian L. Jorgensen
  • Irrigation system and machines: Toro
  • Grass: Fairway Bermuda 419, Green Pencross A14
  • In charge of Circle: Monica Cosenza
  • President: Sergio Melpignano
  • In charge of Golf Academy: Pietro Cosenza
  • Professional: Pietro Cosenza

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