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Designed by: Jim Fazio
Opened in: 2004
Electric trolley: No
Closing Day: None
Verona VRN - Brescia VBS
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Comment read on the Peugeot Golf Guide
Jim Fazio designed this course over former vineyards in the region of Bardolino. The sloping terrain, together with the type of soil and lie of the land formed a great foundation for golf and no-one is complaining. Lake Garda and Mount Baldo from a theatrical setting for this carefully landscaped course whose natural features have been deliberately protected as far as possible. A few stretches of water and lakes add a little spice to almost a dozen holes, enough to stir you from the balmy insouciance inspired by the very Italian style elegance that abounds here. Two of the prettiest holes are the 17th, a short par 4 that the more gung-ho golfer will attempt to drive, and the 18th, equally tempting, over a glass or two of Bardolino, of course.
Major cities: Desenzano - Brescia - Peschiera
Airport: Verona VRN - Milan Bergamo BGY
Golf course in the area:
Arzaga - 27 holes
Bogliaco - 18 holes
Ca' degli Ulivi - 27 holes
Chervò - 27 holes
Colli Berici - 18 holes
Franciacorta - 27 holes
Gardagolf - 27 holes
Paradiso del Garda - 18 holes
Verona - 18 holes
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