Golf Club Milano

27 Hole Semi- Private

Golf Club Milano

Golf Club Milano

Via Mulini S. Giorgio, 7, I-20900 Parco Reale di Monza, Italy

Phone: +39 039 303081, Fax: +39 039 304427


The Milanese golf club was founded in 1928. The copious park of Mona, which is located only 20 km away from Milan and which used to accommodated the seat of the Austrian imperators, was with its English style ideal for this purpose.

The Course

18-Hole Course

Terrain: Flat

Technical difficulty: Hard


White (Men)---6403 m
Yellow (Men)---6239 m
Black (Women)---5644 m
Red (Women)---5509 m

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range
  • Putting Green
  • Practice bunker


18-Hole Course

Visitors are welcome Tuesday - Friday (except public holidays).
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: 36


No dogs allowed.

Green Fees

18-Hole Course

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
January - March, August and October - December
Day ticket110 €
April - July and September
Day ticket135 €

Driving Range

Monday - Sunday
Bucket1 €


Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Locker rooms
  • Club accepts credit cards


Phone: 039-2325124
Credit cards accepted.
Closed: Monday

Pro Shop

Golf House
Phone: 039-2052145
Credit cards accepted.


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

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1928


PresidentArmando Borghi
Managing DirectorRoberto Carità
SecretaryDomenico Di Bari

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kalle 621 Reviews
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First of all, I'm not sure if the previous speaker really rated the GC Milano.

18-hole PGA Course (Primo&Secondo):
This loop is played at the Italian Open. Although it had rained a lot, the place was in top condition! The fairways mowed short and the greens in a PGA-worthy condition!
The layout of the course is typical for that time and the design with the huge rows of trees is an absolute dream!
The rough was difficult to play and you can already tell that you are on a championship course. The greens are almost all elevated (like upside down saucepans) which also speaks for the 20's! The 18 holes on the championship course cost €140 (daily green fee). For me, the place is on par with Biella, Villa del Este, I Roverie and Bergamo!
5 stars plus when we visited.

9-hole Terzo Course:
Located on exactly the same site as the Primo Course, this course leads up to the fence to the Formula 1 track of Monza, which was heavily used during our visit (but we had the same in Estoril or Spa). Only the fewer and smaller tee boxes and the outdated fairway boards on the tee showed the side course.
Otherwise, this course is also a feast for the eyes! Greens, bunkers and fairways like the 18-hole course.
Centuries-old oak trees stood in some lanes.
The 9-hole course is also great!

The staff was friendly, the old clubhouse has a completely renovated gastro on the first floor that you should definitely enjoy.

€140 for 27 holes for this quality is not cheap these days, but completely ok for a current tour course.

We enjoyed our visit and later visited the racecourse.

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EL 6 Reviews
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No no no

Have played this course. The fairways were not playable, no grass but wet. The tea boxes (yellow) convex, the green very well maintained, there are two stars. Requested price reduction: None.

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Fore Birdies 2 Reviews
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Must with superb weather to be a dream!

We played the course two weeks after the Open d'Italia. And the Sky commentators had unfortunately quite: the only dry and later continued wet weather has left its mark. The greens were extremely soft, the Vorgrüns partly in very poor condition.
Which does not change the fact: In better weather and better condition of the place must be a dream. The greens are tiny and fabulously defended by bunkers, embedded in the ancient royal park at Monza.
And, oh yes: Prior booking of start time is recommended a look at the calendar of the adjacent racetrack. We had to be able to listen to the pleasure of the training of the Italian GT Masters. What still sounds funny at first, turned out to be (for non-enthusiasts) after a couple of holes to deafening agony.
What else: The clubhouse is quite old altar, the staff is absolutely friendly and accommodating. As in Italy, quite often the case, the driving range but can not quite keep up. GT Masters against Cinquecento, quasi!

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