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leftie65 1 Review

Worth staying and playing

Very well kept golf course. Greens are fast. Although they were recently plug, the greens were playable. We played on the Marchesa course. The fairways are wide compared to other Italian courses that I have played. Great scenery. The restaurant has good food with good service. I plan on playing again.

Response from Silvia, Secretary at Golf Club Villa Carolina
October 30, 2017

Thank you so much for your review. See you soon in our amazing Golf Club. More

Thank you so much for your review.
See you soon in our amazing Golf Club.

piero ricci 13 Reviews

Emerging course

Considering the future completion of the second course that will allow to reach the 36 hole membership this course distinguish for being one of the best in the area. Certainly well kept and with a nice clubhouse it offers what you look for, only the real estate development looks a little "packed" and ruins slightly the atmosphere.

GregiS 3 Reviews
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Course Marchesio, no money

The place is unspectacular, loveless and poorly maintained. Parkland. Missing distance information for the tees.
Although the secretariat said the restaurant was open, they were only open for toast and drinks. Long waiting time, no asking.
The best years are over.

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Parbuster 32 Reviews
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Relaxed atmosphere

We played the course in 08/2020. We liked it a lot, especially the location and the club house stand out. The place was well maintained, the greens nice and fast. The par-4 holes are sometimes quite long, so the course is a nice challenge.

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Hobbygolfer 11 Reviews
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Price, performance top

We played both courses at the end of July. Virtually no people on the court. Places despite the heat in top condition. Those who stay in the resort pay 35 euros for the green fee.
Can only recommend the resort and the places.

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HK 8 Reviews
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Venerable and beautiful

Italy offers many beautiful golf courses, but the two squares of the Villa Carolina Resort are special. Marchesa is a mature, well-designed course, has everything you could want as a golfer and is playable for every hcp. Paradiso is trickier, more challenging and more diverse, but not so pretty. But there are dwarf bunnies on course... Impressive are club and clubhouse, time-honored and dignified with good restaurant. Little tourists! A few inconspicuous Swiss and many other friendly and relaxed Italians, a great caddy master.

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fritz55 6 Reviews
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Great Place

It feels like a palace park, a feudal clubhouse with frescoes and dignified furniture. Sincerely, you will be welcome here, the caddy master will be active immediately and carries the bags to trolley or e-card. The course is beautiful, very interesting to play and challenges.
We were here for the third time and will be back!

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MarcoD 2 Reviews
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Nice, varied place (Paradiso Course) / Very good club

I've played here several times, but driveway and clubhouse still impress. Always friendly and professional reception.
Very pleasant, uncomplicated and friendly atmosphere.
The place is always well maintained, but one notices but by the dryness something that there is a heat wave (is August, but that one knows yes), which does not bother.
The Fairways, Rough and the Greens are well maintained despite the drought, as are the bunkers, and the holes (18 holes, contrary to the information / not 9 holes) lead through an interesting and beautiful landscape. After the game very pleasant atmosphere and good food in the clubhouse (bistro / restaurant).

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Giorgo Colombo 8 Reviews
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Beautiful

I played the two 18-hole courses Paradiso and Marchesa given two days apart and can not say which I liked better. Paradiso very hilly, partially along a construction site. They also feel that the place is still new and not so well integrated. There are (especially on the last nine holes) fantastic views of the beautiful scenery, plenty of water and repeatedly fairways along the vineyards.
Marchesa contrast is flat, spacious, a huge park, which extends partially in the shade. That's just pleasant on hot days. Otherwise, the distances are long, very varied and well thought out the holes. Both places make a lot of pleasure from start to finish.

Definitely take mosquito repellent, just in the shadow of the game is otherwise unbearable. The service and reception are friendly and professional, the prices fair, the whole plant just beautiful. And after the game you can in the pool to cool down, which is included in the price. Any time!

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Lusitano 3 Reviews
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Impressive Golf Course

Meanwhile, the golf course has two 18-hole courses features (not 18 & 9 holes).
We played the "old" Plalz. He is very well laid out. The whole atmosphere is consistent - even with the clubhouse.
The end of October were the Greens already punched and verified and that was after staying at the GC Coline de Gavi the day before - with "Super Greens" were a bit disappointing.
But we will visit the place again and then hopefully find better greens.

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greyhound 9 Reviews
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Enjoyable golf game

When: Early April 2014 Weather: sunshine Place: Marchesa, classic parkland course with mature trees, even in hot weather, to play well, thanks to the old trees. Opportunities for all skill levels an experience. Staff in the Secretariat friendly. Green fee 40 € in the preseason WT.
The clubhouse is not hard to beat in style.
Fairways: Grass tight and well grown. Nursing top condition, also thanks to the mild winter.
Semi-rough: uniformly cut, tight, fast losing possession possible.
Greens: Airifiziert and sanded (usual at this season work) Still good playable, hard and fast.
My favorite place in this region.

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Ruedi 4 Reviews
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Weekday Worth a try

Very nice and well kept place.
Reception always very easy and friendly.
The food must not be forgotten, it is very good and the price is right. After 9 hole you go out to eat simply and later to play on.

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Cedric 3 Reviews
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Challenging game

We played the golf course Villa Carolina on a Friday in early May, 2013, unannounced. We paid 130 euros for two green fees and golf cart. The fairways were super varied and excellently maintained. It is recommended, however, to play on the Faireways because the semi-rough was so deep and so strong from grass blades was that these beats prepared already no joy. How is it to play from the rough, so you can you imagine yourself. A feast for the eyes is the plant with its gigantic clubhouse definitely!
My conclusion: the place I will definitely play again in the hope the next time öffters on the fairways to

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Rosi 2 Reviews
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Beautiful course, club house with atmosphere

The walk up to the Villa Carolina is already a dream! Above the villa overlooking the golf course. A wonderful place sometimes between vineyards and stunning views over again!
Everything was very neat - greenfee weekdays good price!
We will definitely be back!

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