27 Championship Holes in a Unique Context


Experts have always considered the Gardagolf Country Club to be one of the best courses built towards the end of the 20th century. Spread over an area of 110 hectares, it was designed by the British studio Cotton, Pennick, Steel & Partners in partnership with the Italian studio Golf & Gardens.

From the 27 holes of the Gardagolf Country Club, the view sweeps across Rocca di Manerba, the castle of Soiano, the vineyards and hills of Valtènesi, taking in scenery and landscapes of extraordinary beauty. The course is beautifully planted with cypresses, olive trees, age-old oaks, maritime pines and holm oaks.

The temptation to stop and admire the landscape is strong, but be careful not to get too enthralled, as Gardagolf is a very demanding course. (maximum Hcp 36 required).



The first 9 holes of the main course are played following the natural slopes of the morainic hills, with a view of the Castle of Soiano to the west and the village of Polpenazze to the east.


Continuing along the course, the 9 white ones are partly flat, variegated by large stretches of water and well shaded by oak and holm oak woods.


The latest addition to Gardagolf is surrounded by the age-old park of Villa Omodeo. It has a fascinating biodiversity, hosting dozens of tree and animal species in its nine holes.

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