Without a doubt, the supreme pleasure of golf is that on the fairway, far from all the pressures of social relations and rationality, one can feel immortal for a few hours.
Maremma Toscana continues to be an increasingly important point of reference for golf lovers.
On a national (but also international) level, it continues to offer itself with a stronger sporting offer than ever, thanks to the Golf District which brings together the most beloved camps in southern Tuscany.
Let’s see what they are:
Argentario Golf Club
Chosen as the national headquarters of the PGA (Association of Golf Professionals) the Argentario Golf Club boasts 18 panoramic holes for a total of 6,218 meters and par 71. The course is certified Agri -Cert biocompatible. For more information click here
Saturnia Golf Club
Designed by Californian architect Ronald Fream of Studio GolfPlan, it is a 6,316 meter championship course with 18 holes and par 72. In 2014 it obtained the international certification GEO Certified ™ and the recognition “Committed to the Green – Landscape Category” by the Italian Golf Federation . For more information click here.
Golf Club Toscana – Gavorrano
Opened in 1999, it was designed by the American architect Keith Preston. With its 18 holes and 71 par, in 2003 it was named one of the 10 best new golf courses. From hole 18 you can enjoy a fascinating view of the Elbe and the sea. For more information click here.
Golf Club Punta Ala
The oldest Maremma Golf Club was founded in 1964. It has a course of 6,168 meters with 18 holes and a par 72 and offers a breathtaking view of the blue sea of the coast. More information here.
We leave you with the words of the very famous sports writer Grantland Rice:
The eighteen holes of a competition can teach you more about your opponent than nineteen years of negotiations around a table.