Area: Friuli Venezia-Giulia
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Opened in: 1954
Electric trolley: Yes
Closing Day: Tuesday
week-day: € 70.00
week-end: € 70.00
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The Golf Club Trieste was the first golf club to open in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. Based at the course created by British and American members of the Allied Military Administration immediately after the end of World War II, it was formally constituted in 1954, with play beginning in 1955.
Throughout its more than half a century of life (the 50th anniversary was celebrated in 2005), the club has constantly sought to improve and extend facilities for both members and guests.
The 18-hole course is suitable for players of all standards. The Club recognises the importance of encouraging young players, and organises a number of activities to introduce them to the game.
In its splendid location at an altitude of 350 metres, with a rugged karst landscape on one side and the sea on the other, the course offers magnificent views over the Gulf of Trieste, extending from the Grado and Lignano lagoons to the Istrian coast.
Great care is taken to protect the unique plant life and preserve the charm of the unspoilt natural environment, which provides a habitat for various indigenous animal species that can often be spotted at close quarters. Why not come and see for yourself?
This region is situated in Italy's northeast and borders Slovenia and Austria.
Friuli Venezia Giulia overlooks the Adriatic Sea and is surrounded by high mountains, enclosing many different landscapes.
The impressive Carso plateau is formed by windswept rocks, and soil erosion has created a series of caves, hollows and resurgences over time.
The mountain sceneries of the Eastern Dolomites are truly spectacular: the Carnia and the Julian Alps, in addition to the lakes, valleys and protected areas.
From its boundary with Veneto up to Monfalcone, the coast is trimmed with lagoons and has long sandy beaches, with several tourist resorts like famous Lignano Sabbiadoro. The coast is rocky, rather, from Monfalcone to Trieste .
The great variety of landscapes matches the rich and variegated cultural heritage that was determined by a complex history and by the confluence of different civilizations in this territory. For this reason, Friuli Venezia Giulia looks like a small universe with many different traditions: it is the “land of contrasts”.
The provinces of the region are: Trieste (regional capital), Gorizia, Pordenone, Udine.