Antognolla Golf Club

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Antognolla Golf Club
Antognolla Golf ClubAntognolla Golf Club

Antognolla Golf Club

Str. San Giovanni del Pantano, I-06133 Antognolla, Italy

Phone: +39 075 584 2008, +39 075 584 1478, Fax: +39 075 584 2231

Characteristics

The Antognolla golf course is an 18 hole championship course, set amidst the 600 hectare Antognolla estate in the heart of Umbria, 20 minutes North of Perugia. This championship golf course offers golfers of all abilities the opportunity to play on an expertly designed course. The par 71 layout is dramatically enhanced by the technical merit of the course and at 6,071 metres in length, every aspect of your game is relentlessly challenged. Only few courses in the world can rival the thrill of playing under the backdrop of the stunning Antognolla castle. It will be a memorable test of golf.

The Course

18-Hole Antognolla Championship Course

Opened in 1997. Design: Robert Trent Jones Jr..

Terrain: Undulating with water hazards

Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard

Scorecard
TeeParCRSlopeLength
White (Men)71--6112 m
Yellow (Men)7170.31245791 m
Black (Women)71--5408 m
Red (Women)7171.81194999 m

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range (8 tees, 1 covered)
  • Putting Green
  • Practice bunker

Visitors

18-Hole Antognolla Championship Course

Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: 36

Etiquette

Softspikes required.

Dogs on leash permitted. Mobile phone permitted on course.

GPS devices approved.

Green Fees

18-Hole Antognolla Championship Course

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
18 Holes55 €65 €
9 Holes30 €40 €

Juniors under 16 receive a 30% discount.

Driving Range

Monday - Sunday
Rangefeefree
Bucket (20 balls)1 €

Amenities

Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Conference room
  • Locker rooms
  • Birdie card
  • Club accepts credit cards
  • Pro Shop
  • Bar
  • Snack Bar

Restaurant

Il Caldaro
Phone: ++39 075-5842232
prenotazioni@ilcaldaro.it
Credit cards accepted.

Rentals

  • Clubs for hire
  • Trolley for hire
  • Electro-cart for hire

Golf tuition

Golf Promotion Academy
www.golfpromotionacademy.com

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1997
Membership: Available

Personnel

TitleName
PresidentDott. Alessandro Lardi
DirectorGabriele Bigini
SecretaryGaia Giuliacci
SecretaryMonica Alunni Bernardini
SecretaryLinda Berardi+39 075 5842008
Head ProSantiago Mignini
Course ManagerGabriele Carlini

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MW 15 Reviews

Much improved

Last played the course in 2012 when the fairways were brown, but this year watering was much better and the course looked sensational. While generally shortish, the greens with sharp slopes are a solid defence. Generally well laid out with one daft par 5 right at the end of the course on the front nine. Hilły so buggy recommended if doing the full 18.

SRO 5 Reviews

Great scenery, but not all good

Course is in a small valley with splendid views. Castle in background very nice. Some great golf holes, but fairways are not 100% in july. Some areas has less grass and have weeds. Also the rough has too high grass and finding the ball is difficult. Green are very good. Golf car is a must as it is very hilly golf course. Rental clubs is not good. Old stuff really.

ducati1000ds 1 Review

Perfection - if you only play one course in Umbria, this is the one

If anything, the website does not do the course justice - it is even more spectacular than it looks.
It starts with the communications - booking tee time very efficient and friendly, then the welcome - friendly professional advice on how to get the best out of the course.
1st lulls you into a false sense of security as the complexity of each hole builds through to the truly spectacular 8th where you can either play with total confidence only to never see your ball again, or will you lose courage and take the safe route. You need to go there to understand.
Then the 17th, an innocent little par 3, until you see the green almost vertically below you.
Certainly a championship course but perfectly acceptable for poor golfers like me.
Not cheap - but this means it is not crowded - if you go in the height of summer and are not used to high temperatures - definitely start early.
Only criticism - the bunkers have very coarse and rock hard sand, more like playing off an abrasive fairway, but a big incentive to not get in them.

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