Piedmont is a region where food comes first, with a host of specialities in an area which boasts centuries' old culinary traditions and outstanding, top quality local produce and raw materials, more of which have been granted protected, guaranteed status than in any other region of Italy, and which are used to make products which are much appreciated throughout the world.
This refined gastronomic panorama is complemented by the region's focus on the quality of life, and some truly picturesque places which offer not only good food and wine but also many touristic and cultural points of interest.
Over 40 golf clubs strategically positioned over the whole region satisfy the needs of all golfers, from beginners to the most expert. Five of the ten best courses in Italy, as judged by the most prestigious golf magazines, are in Piedmont.
Tradition and innovation are the elements that characterise golf in Piedmont: from Sestriere to Lake Maggiore there is such a vast choice that one can often lose oneself in the magic of greens that few regions are fortunate enough to possess.