Poggio Verde lays in a strategic position when it comes to golfing. From Poggio it’s easy to reach many renowned golf courses in Northern Italy. The landscape surely adds to the golf experience! Pick up your clubs, and follow us from course to course. We will assist you in booking and organizing your Golf with Poggio Verde. For All-Inclusive Golf Trips itineraries, we redirect you to the bottom of the page.
Here what Poggio Verde’s sorroundings have to offer:
Golf Club Milano
The Golf Club Milano was founded in 1928. It is definitely one of Italy’s most famous and it also has a prestigious clubhouse. Peter Gannon and Cecil Blandford wew the creators of the original course, and they also designed other fine Nothern Italian courses. The 27 holes at Golf Club Milano run through the relatively flat terrain of the parkland, set in peaceful surroundings.
Villa D’Este Golf Club
The course of Villa d’Este Golf Club was built in 1926 on the Como hills dominating the lake of Montorfano. In the “Gold Book” of the Club there are prestigious signatures, like King Leopold of Belgium and Queen Liliane De Retby, Alfonso XIII of Spain, Costantino of Greece and most of the aristocratic names of Europe. This gorgeous, hilly 18-hole course with views of the alps and pre-alps is still one of the destinations of many refined golfers.
Carimate Golf Club
The Carimate Golf Club was created in 1961 together with the construction of the residential house and with environmental respect as a prime concern. Piero Mancinelli was in charge of the project and modernized the 18-hole course, built on rolling hills, natural plateaus, native vegetation and lush woodland.
Monticello Golf Club
Monticello Golf Club brings together the spirit of this grand old sport with the colorful paradise of vast green spaces on which more than 600 villa-apartments are located. With its two courses, Monticello Golf Club is the largest in Italy – the pride of Italian golf.
L’Albenza Golf Club
Nestled in the pretty hills of the Bergamo countryside, Albenza is one of the most well-maintained Italian clubs. L’Albenza, with more than 50 years of history, is famous both nationally and internationally. Located in the countryside near the pre-Alps and Lecco, it offers a rather technical route. The course includes both water and sand hazards and is rich in natural slopes that make some green approaches a fun challenge.
Villa Paradiso Golf Club
The 18-hole course of the Villa Paradiso Golf Club was designed by the architect, Franco Piras, and won the award for the best course of new construction. Villa Paradiso offers one of the most beautiful golf courses in Italy. A course of modern conception, technical, long and at the same time funny for all kind of golfers. The Golf Club covers an area of 80 hectares within the protected natural area of the Adda Nord Regional Park.
Golf Club Brianza
Originally designed in the late 80’s by the Venetian architect Marco Croze, the Golf Club Brianza Country Club has been restyled in 2005. The 18-hole course located in a suggestive hilly landscape, with the magnificent view of the mountains Resegone e Grigna in the background.
Barlassina Country Club Golf
Founded in 1954 by 28 friends belonging to the Milanese bourgeoisie, the Barlassina Country Club wasn’t only a golf club, but also a place to meet and practice other activities. The charm of this Golf Club hasn’t changed. The 18-hole course lays in a luxuriant vegetation enclosed in a wood with centuries-old trees.
Golf Club La Pinetina
The Golf Club La Pinetina is located in a corner of Paradise – the natural park Parco Pineta. This makes it an oasis tranquillity, where the course is also certified to be eco-compatible.
Golf Club & Resort Le Robinie
The Golf Club & Resort Le Robinie, a former 19th century Lombard farmhouse, is set in the enchanting natural landscape of an 18- hole golf course, the only one designed in Italy by Jack Nicklaus. Professional golf players considered it to be one of the finest courses in Europe.