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Designed by: Arnold Palmer
Opened in: 1993
Electric trolley: No
Closing Day: None
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For the game's top players who have moved into course design, the key to success has always been the excellence of their engineers and architects. Gary Player learnt from experience, and so has Jac Nicklaus. Arnold Palmer has had a few parchy periods as well, but Castello di Tolcinasco is a layout oh high, not to say outstanding quality. This rather open and flat terain was just perfect for an American-style layout. It features three interchangeable 9-hole courses and has been selected to host the Italian Open from 2004 to 2006. The course is kept in ecellent condition and presents a variety of hazards, from bunkers to water to some very dangerous rough which calls for very straight hitting. Tough from the back tees, this layout becomes a more human the further forward you move, with just goes to show that you can take account of all levels of playing ability yet still design a good tournament course. Whatever, average mid-handicappers will have a lot of fun here.
One of Italy’s largest regions, Lombardy lies in the north of the country, sharing a border with Switzerland.
Stretching from the Alps to the lowlands of the Po Valley, it is home to a wide range of landscapes, including the breathtaking mountain chain that boasts the Valchiavenna, Valtellina and the Camonica Valley.
Winter sports enthusiasts will find no lack of state-of-the-art facilities in Lombardy, for example in the extremely popular resorts of Tonale, Bormio, Livigno and Madesimo.
Another aspect that defines the region is its expanse of rolling hills that encompass the distinctive Franciacorta area, famous for its vineyards and wine production. The charm of the great lakes is a great tourist draw, attracting visitors to Sirmione and other well known destinations dotting the western coast of Lake Garda, while Lake Como and Lake Maggiore are no less beautiful, surrounded as they are by stately homes, parks and picturesque small towns.
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The region comprises the provinces of Bergamo, Brescia, Como, Cremona, Lecco, Lodi, Mantua, Milan (regional capital), Monza and Brianza, Pavia, Sondrio and Varese.