A spot of golf

Enjoy this precision sport in one of the top golf courses in Trentino

A truly outdoor sport that encompasses precision, technique and elegance. We’re talking about golf of course, a popular sport abroad, it has gained numerous followers in Italy too. This is especially true in Trentino, where you can choose from any of 11 golf courses with varying difficulty and pars, suitable for both professionals and beginners. Simply take a swing and drive the ball down the fairway, admire the surrounding Dolomites as you walk towards the green and take a deep breath of mountain air as you line up to putt.

Here are the best golf courses in Trentino… fore!

Golf Club Rendena
#1

Golf Club Rendena

This 9-hole championship course offers a splendid view of the Brenta Dolomites and the glaciers of the Adamello and Presanella groups. You’ll be pleasantly surprised with the gently rolling fairways, crossed by brooks and spotted with ponds, that make the Rendena Golf Club unique.

Val di Non - Sarnonico - Dolomiti Golf Club
#2

Dolomiti Golf Club

This 18-hole course in Sarnonico is considered one of the most challenging and is frequently visited by pro golfers. However, the difficulty is more than compensated by the magnificent panorama offered. The greens are scattered across 50 hectares of coniferous woodland.

Folgaria Golf Club, with 18 holes
#3

Golf Club Folgaria

This 18-hole course, not difficult technically, is extremely varied and some of the fairways follow the same slopes used by the Ski School to help novice skiers get familiar with this winter sport.rati, foreste e biotopo. 

Tesino Golf Club La Farfalla
#4

Tesino Golf Club La Farfalla

A varied 9-hole golf course in Pieve Tesino, technically challenging, drawn out across a hilly landscape with wide fairways and delicate greens. Suitable and fun for both pros and beginners.

Golf Club Campo Carlo Magno
#5

Golf Club Campo Carlo Magno

One of Italy’s historic golf courses, designed by Henry Cotton in 1923. The fairways, like green fingers stretched through the Adamello Brenta Natural Park, seem to point towards the Brenta Dolomites in the background. The course, located in Madonna di Campiglio at an altitude of 1,650 metres a.s.l. and one of the highest in Europe, is open in the summer months, from July to September.