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Golf Digest, bible for golf lovers, has been confirming Piedmont as the Italian “home of golf” over the years, with quite a few clubs from this area invariably on the Italian top ten.

Golfers, both experienced and beginners, can choose from a number of fairways homogeneously spread across the entire regional territory. It goes from over 2000 meters of Sestriere, with the "highest 18 holes of Europe" on the slopes where the Torino 2006 Winter Olympics took place, to the beautiful scenic lakes, to the capital of Torino, where the golf courses are surrounded by the magnificent Savoy parks overlooked by green hills. Striking paths between the magnificent Langhe and Monferrato vineyards, the scented orchards of Cuneo and those of the plains.

For several years the most important magazines of the industry have reported on several Piemontese routes as the best of Italy for its panoramic beauty coupled with the highest technical values. It is no coincidence that in this region 13 Open d'Italia have taken place since 1925.

Torino is Molinari Brothers’ hometown. Francesco Molinari moved his first steps at Golf Club Torino La Mandria.

13 results

BOGOGNO GOLF RESORT
Bogogno (NO)
CIRCOLO GOLF TORINO-LA MANDRIA
Fiano (TO)
GOLF CLUB BIELLA "LE BETULLE"
GOLF CLUB BIELLA "LE BETULLE"
Magnano (BI)
GOLF CLUB CASTELCONTURBIA
GOLF CLUB CASTELCONTURBIA
Agrate Conturbia (NO)
GOLF CLUB CAVAGLIÀ
Cavaglià (BI)
GOLF CLUB CHERASCO
Cherasco (CN)
GOLF CLUB I GIRASOLI
Carmagnola (TO)
GOLF CLUB LA MARGHERITA
Poirino (TO)
GOLF CLUB MARGARA
Fubine Monferrato (AL)
GOLF CLUB VILLA CAROLINA
Capriata d'Orba (AL)
GOLF CONTINENTAL VERBANIA
Fondotoce (VB)
GOLF DES ILES BORROMÉES
Brovello Carpugnino (VB)
ROYAL PARK I ROVERI
ROYAL PARK I ROVERI
Fiano (TO)