Golf in MIGLIANICO | Golf in Italy

Area: Abruzzo

Holes: 18

Par: 72

Teebox in metres:

Men: 5,875

Ladies: 5,326

Teebox in yards:

Men: 6,425

Ladies: 5,824

Designed by: Ronald Kirby

Opened in: 1992

Type: Parkland

Caddie: No

Buggy: Yes

Electric trolley: No

Trolley: Yes

Clubs: Yes

Closing Day: None

Nearest Town(s):
Pescara

Nearest Airport(s):
Pescara PSR

Official green fees:

week-day: € 65.00

week-end: € 75.00

Our discount: You save 16% (WD) - 17% (WE)

The 18-hole course with par 72 and a length of 5,875 meters, which winds through plantations, vineyards and bunkers, with many “out of bounds” and “water azzards”, gives the field of Miglianico Golf & Country Club, designed by one of the most famous American golf architects, Ronald Kirby, a unique personality. It is a very interesting path, both from a technical point of view with regard to the enjoyment of the atmosphere, as evidenced by all the players who consistently attend, professionals and amateurs, even from abroad, the host over the years during football seasons. technical holes, challenging but also fun to make, already the scene of the Mediterranean Games in 2009, perfectly suited to every type of event.




Abruzzo is located in central Italy and stretches from the heart of the Apennines to the Adriatic Sea, on a mostly mountainous and wild terrain. 
In the mountains, tourist resorts and well-equipped facilities for skiing and winter sports rise among unpolluted peaks and rocky walls: among them are Pescasseroli, Rivisondoli and Roccaraso. 
The natural landscape of the high and steep peaks of the Gran SassoLaga Mountains, and Mount Majella slopes down to a wide range of hills, until it finally reaches the Adriatic coast. 
The route that spans from the Gran Sasso down to the sea crosses territories that are rich in history, traditions and art that never cease to surprise visitors. 
Narrow valleys and impressive, natural paths thrust their way into the mountains and hills, as does the amazing and fascinating Aterno Valley, crawling with ancient villages. 
Natural reserves, like the National Park of Abruzzo, the Park of Gran Sasso and the Laga Mountains, or that of Mount Majella, protect the typical vegetable and animal species of the area, including the golden eagle, the wolf and the Marsican brown bear. 
The Adriatic coast is characterized by long and sandy beaches to the north and pebbly beaches to the south. Also, the small villages of the hinterland, as well as the monasteries and castles of the region, are very charming and  part of many touristic routes in this the "greenest region" in Italy. 

The provinces of the region are: L’Aquila (regional capital), PescaraTeramo and Chieti