The 18 holes designed by the American architect Robert Von Hagge
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18 holes divided into two 9-hole courses
called “Percorso Mare” and “Percorso Monti”
The 18 holes, divided into two 9-hole courses called “Sea Course” and “Mountains Course”, are designed by the American architect Robert Von Hagge (designer of some of the most beautiful golf courses in the world including the Golf National Paris, home of the 2018 Ryder Cup) and underwent a restyling in 2016 by the Italian architect Cristiano Petrucci, which involved only 3 holes of the “Mountains Course”; they develop over a total length of 5921 meters, par 71.
Von Hagge has used and fully exploited the morphological characteristics of the territory (typical characteristic of the Links), inserting jagged bunkers in the shape of puzzle pieces, overhangs in the greens, mounds and extremely choreographic grass bunkers (typical architectural elements of the parklands of author), making the field particularly fascinating and aesthetically almost unique. If you are not distracted by such a wonderful scenario among centuries-old olive trees, patches of oaks and hillocks, dotted with lakes with the sea on the horizon, the game on the two courses requires particular attention, resulting extremely varied and offering situations of game always different and never repetitive.