If playing amid olive groves and vineyard covered hills is your idea of the perfect round of golf, then Tuscany is certainly an ideal destination! We have selected just a few of the courses which you may like to visit during your stay.
Ugolino Golf Club
Just 20 mintes south of central Florence, the Ugolino golf course in Grassina is the oldest golf club in Tuscany. Set in the heart of the Chianti region and only a few miles from the centre of the city, the spectacular hillside course has wonderful views over the Tuscan countryside. www.golfugolino.it
Medici Golf Club
Golfers can enjoy a round of golf at the Poggio dei Medici golf club, just 20 minutes north of the city of Florence. www.golfpoggiodeimedici.com
Le Pavoniere Golf Club
Il Pavoniere is another inviting layout, located approximately 40 minutes drive from Florence. Designed by Arnold Palmer, it’s a challenging 18 hole course. www.golfclublepavoniere.com
Montecatini Golf Club
A complex course with the most difficult holes being 3, 4, 5 and 10. Don’t get caught out by the natural water obstacles at 5 of the 18 holes! www.montecatinigolf.com
Castelfalfi Golf Club
Located in the heart of the Tuscan countryside between Pisa and Florence, the club offers both an 18 hole mountain course and 9 hole course lake course. www.castelfalfi.co.uk
A golf and hotel resort with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. www.pelagone-golf.com
Tirrenia Golf Club
This is a 9 hole course near Pisa designed by an English architect, Ken Cotton. www.golftirrenia.it
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