Golf Club Castelfalfi, Montaione, Italy (www.castelfalfi.it)
In the last few months an 18-hole and a 9-hole golf course and surrounding grounds have been laid out in the heart of Tuscany between Pisa and Florence. The golf courses are set in the 1,100 hectar grounds of the Castelfalfi Estate, consisting of a Borgo with Castello, vineyard and olive grove.
The course, which was over 20 years old and was originally designed by Mancinelli, needed to be remodelled. By moving the location of the clubhouse to the centre of the two golf courses with spectacular views of the Castello, the way was clear for a complete redesign.
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18-Hole Mountain Course
Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard
Terrain: Undulating - Hilly with water hazards
9-Hole Lake Course
- Driving Range (40 tees, 10 covered)
- Putting Green
- Practise bunker
Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
No dogs allowed.
- Conference room
- Locker rooms
- Charging system for guest trollies
- Club accepts credit cards
- Pro Shop
Credit cards accepted.
- Clubs for hire
- Trolley for hire
- Electro-trolley for hire
- Electro-cart for hire
Most Recent Reviews
Tough course - great scenery
Reviewed October 28, 2012
Played both Mountain course and Lake course in october 2012. Mountain course is a tough course in hilly landscape. Excellent conditions when we played. The greens were lightning fast and fairway/tees superb. Would recommend this course. It is a tough course and it is highly recommended to hire a golf car, as it is 6200 m from yellow tee and you will have to get up some steep hills to tour tee shots.
Reviewed September 15, 2012via iPad app
Although I played at the end of summer (11 Sep) the course was in excellent condition. Very hilly nicd and challenging course!
Getting better month after month
Reviewed December 2, 2010
I played the course the weekend of its reopening, and what I have to say is that the course showed potential but wasnt good enough... slow greens, and some dry areas.
Then I was able to play it in mid October, 45 days later, and I have to say that the course was lush green, grees were absolutely perfect.
My thought on it was that they decided to open a little to early and the course wasnt ready jet...
Give it a try if you happend to visit Tuscany.