North of Rome, the Olgiata area, from which the Golf Club takes its name, has a history of over 3000 years: it was the home of the Etruscans who had created in this fabulous green oasis on the Via Cassia, a few kilometres from the Capitoline Hill. a great civilization then overshadowed by the Roman Empire. Here are still the Etruscan tunnels and caves.
Inserted in the prestigious residential area of the same name on an area of about 100 hectares, the Olgiata Golf Club represents an excellent example of an urban park, with the utmost respect for the wonderful surrounding natural environment.
There are two golf courses: the West one, inaugurated in 1961 on a project by the English architect C. Kenneth Cotton and then redesigned by the American architect Jim Fazio to adapt to new needs and host very important international tournaments, is over 6,000 meters long, 18 holes and it is quite challenging; the recently created East course has 9 holes for a length of 2,947 meters and competitions are also held here.
Olgiata is a small natural paradise that allows you to play golf and relax in complete tranquillity just a few steps from the "Eternal City" of Rome, one of the most beautiful in the world and one of the most sought after in world tourism, offering a historical heritage, artistic and cultural without equal as well as endless possibilities of stay.
The Club House of the Olgiata Golf Club stands out for its elegance and the kindness of the staff. Two restaurants, one on the upper floor and the other on the playing field level, allow you to enjoy refined cuisine in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. In summer, the upstairs restaurant extends onto the beautiful veranda overlooking the pool.
For moments of relaxation between one hole and another, the bar and various rooms encourage meetings and socialization while the gym and SPA allow you to keep in perfect shape and recover energy.
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