The two courses at the Bogogno Golf Resort, both opened in 1998, are highly regarded as some of the finest in Italy. Both of these lush courses were designed by leading golf architects Robert Von Hagge, Mike Smelek and Rick Baril.
The Bonora course provides a certain rural charm in a natural Italian countryside setting, a real testament to parkland courses in the country. The walk through the pleasant 18 holes takes you through a mixture of woodland, vineyards and farmland, all with the Monte Rosa mountain range in the distance. The Bonora is the more challenging of the two with a variety of hazards ready to ruin your score. Watch out for the array of ponds and streams that scatter across the course, as well as the expansive bunkering and thick rough. The undulating course does feature some flat areas, however the design is a stern test to your golfing ability, where strategic play and acute accuracy will prevail.
The Bonora course at the Bogogno golf resort is a challenging course in beautiful surroundings, a great addition to your Italian lakes golf holiday.
18 Holes, Bar, Buggy Hire, Changing Facilities, Driving Range, Golf lessons with PGA Professionals, Par 72, Pro Shop, Putting Green, Restaurant, Short game practice area