Golf at Garda Golf & Country Club
The Garda Golf & Country Club offers players a challenging and highly technical Open Championship course alongside breath-taking scenery of Lake Garda, making for an unmissable experience. Despite being a relatively new course established in 1986, it has twice been the host of the Italian Open.
Garda Golf & Country Club
27 holes, 72 par, 6055 yards. Parkland.
Nestled deep within the Vatenesi Hills, this scenic venue offers golfers the chance of playing 27 holes across three 9-hole courses.
The Red and White 9-hole courses make up the original championship 18-hole course, with the more recent 9-hole Yellow Course making up the 27 holes, giving players a variety of options before teeing off.
Golf Magazine hailed the second hole, a par 3, as one of their 500 greatest golf holes in the world. From an elevated position, the green is bordered by a lake and flowerbed, providing a challenge for both novice and expert players.
The second nine also provides some interesting holes, with five of them featuring water, and the extra-special final green that’s burrowed in a natural amphitheatre of olive trees.
It was originally designed by Cotton, Pennick, Steel and Partners before the third course was added in 1990.
Garda Golf & Country Club Location
Located above the shores of Lake Garda with stunning views of the local countryside, Garda Golf & Country Club provides a unique location for some challenging golf.
Garda Golf & Country Club , Via Angelo Omodeo 2, Soiano del Lago, Lombardia, 25080
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