A course of 27 holes at the doors of Padua
A renowned Golf Club in the heart of the Euganean Hills, with in the inside a prestigious restaurant, which blends experience and research.
The structure was founded in 1988 by a group of venetian entrepreneur and the course, which presents an high technical content, was designed by the famous architect Tom Macauley, who was at the time President of the British Association of Golf Course Architects.
The courses are 3 (white, red and yellow) and they evolve in 27 holes slightly moved in order to distinguish the landscape from the surroundings, that is the ripple of the nearby Euganean Hills. During the years the grassy carpet was converted to Bermudagrass, which in winter time becomes yellow, but it’s stronger to high temperatures and needs less water supply during the summer.
For further informations, visit the Golf Club La Montecchia website.