Golf courses

9 new partner golf courses • Women’s swing

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With today 177 golf courses in 5 European countries, Golfy offers an extremely varied range of golf courses, supplemented by a wide range of accommodation on or near the golf courses: so many destinations to explore and discover, to live your passion to the full. Golf.

In France :

Golf of Mont de Marsan

Golf of Mont de Marsan

Golf of Mont de Marsan – ©Golfy

For more than thirty years, the Mont-de-Marsan golf course lives between sea and mountains. Jean Garaïalde designed this course in the pine forest, between a pond, the Roumat stream and a few doglegs offering spice to the game.–mont-marsan/

La Roche-Posay golf course:

La Roche-Posay golf course

Golf of La Roche Posay – ©Golfy

In an environment of biodiversity, Golf La Roche Posay is a unique place to have a good time. Designed by the famous French champion Jean Garaialde on a wooded and slightly hilly area, our course of 5839 meters (Par 72) is a technical challenge for players of all levels. The quality of the maintenance of the course, our infrastructures and our know-how are, for our partners and for all the players, so many guarantees of satisfaction. With its clubhouse, shop, bar, restaurant and reception hall, Golf La Roche Posay is also a warm and friendly place, open to all for beautiful and good times of sharing.–golf-de-la-roche-posay/

Golf of LaLargue

Golf of LaLargue

LaLargue Golf – ©Golfy

Located on the borders of France, Switzerland and Germany, the Golf de Lalargue is one of a kind. Present on the front line of the First World War, the LaLargue Golf & Wellness Resort has several vestiges highlighted in a duty of memory. Graciously nestled in the middle of the hilly and wooded landscape of Sundgau, the 9 and 18-hole courses combine relaxation and sporting challenges that golfers of all levels love to take up.–golf-de-lalargue/

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Golf ponds

Golf ponds

Golf des Etangs – ©Golfy

Located in a remarkable setting, between the plain and the Forez mountains, the Golf des Étangs welcomes you to the calm and the heart of a preserved natural site. The complex extends over more than 42 hectares, offering an 18-hole course (par 70 of 5 m) with a varied and technical layout, nevertheless accessible to all. In the process of complete redevelopment, managed by a new team, the future golf complex of Savigneux aims to be among the most beautiful facilities in the region, on which your golf attitude will flourish in complete peace of mind.–golf-des-etangs/

In Spain

Gaudí Reus Golf Club

Gaudí Reus Golf Club

Gaudí Reus Golf Club – ©Golfy

At a little over thirty years old, the Gaudi Reus Golf Club is experiencing a second youth since its renovation. Designed on flat ground, the course is characterized above all by its many lakes and its flourishing vegetation between olive trees, pines and cork oaks. Set back from the Costa Daurada, this club with a good restaurant is ideal for spending a good day away from the hustle and bustle of the Catalan beaches.–gaudi-golf-club/

In Italy

Circolo Golf Villa d’Este (Lombardy)

Circolo Golf Villa d'Este (Lombardy)

Circolo Golf Villa d’Este – ©Golfy

Elegance is the order of the day at Golf Villa d’Este. Protected by the forests of Montorfano and 20 minutes from the shores of Lake Como, it stands out as a symbol of elegance and tradition, today as yesterday in 1926, when English and American tourists began to gamble on the greens of its 18 holes designed by Pierre Ganon. The clubhouse building, designed by the architect Giuseppe Bergomi, with its old parquet floor that smells of wax, its bistro and its marvelous terrace overlooking the course and the hills, tells beautiful pages of the history of Italian golf.–villa-d-este/

Golf Biella “Le Betulle” (Piedmont)

Golf of Biella “Le Bétulle”

Golf of Biella “Le Betulle” – ©Golfy

The Golf Club Le Betulle was founded in 1958, in a place of rare beauty. Thanks to its very high quality infrastructure, the club has always been ranked among the best in its category both nationally and internationally. For many years, the GC Biella has hosted several important high-level tournaments, opposing both renowned professional players and confirmed amateurs. The golf course, designed by British architect John Morrison, is a typical example of the environmentally friendly English style.–biella-betulle/

Golf of the Borromean Islands (Piedmont)

Golf of the Borromean Islands (Piedmont)

Golf of the Borromean Islands – ©Golfy

The Golf Des Iles Borromées course is built in a natural environment, with many species of trees that follow the players throughout their game, in a typical landscape of the Pre-Alps. The Par 72 course has been designed to adapt to the natural environment in which it was designed. The obstacles of each hole are not built, but have been there for centuries and are used to create a fun but also challenging course, where each hole has its own beauty.–iles-borromees/

Golf Montecatini Terme (Tuscany)

Golf Montecatini Terme (Tuscany)

Golf Montecatini Terme – ©Golfy

The Montecatini Terme golf course is located in the heart of Tuscany, between Florence and Pisa. It is an ideal place to spend a relaxing and pleasant holiday for players alone or accompanied, with family or friends. The club was founded in 1982 by a few golf enthusiasts and was designed by the architect Marco Croze. The course is immersed in the Tuscan countryside where there are more than 2,000 olive trees, with a breathtaking panorama over the valley. Throughout the 18 holes, you walk in the middle of wooded hills through cherry trees, mulberry trees, cypresses and olive trees.–montecatini-terme/

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