The course is divided in two areas, the east course and the west course, and a total of 27 holes; it was inaugurated in 1961 and designed by English architect C. Kenneth Cotton.
The west course is the oldest of the two and has 18 holes. It has been host to particularly important events, some of which international, such as the Italian Opens of 2002, the 1968 and 1984 editions of the Professional World Team Championship and numerous other Italian Golf Federation competitions. In 2012, it was almost completely redesigned by American architect Jim Fazio, to fulfil new needs and it is now ready to welcome the International Tournaments; it has three set-ups: PAR 71, 72 and 73, and 7 putts for all categories.
The recently-created east course is a 9-hole, par 36 course, 2,947 metres in length. Far from being an executive course, the east course is a true course in its own right, where different competitions and tournaments are played out.
Olgiata Golf Club
Largo Olgiata 15 | 00123 Roma
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