Golf Club Ca Della Nave
The Golf Club Ca Della Nave is one of the most well-respected golf courses in the Veneto region, featuring a naturally stunning landscape and an invigorating challenge that won’t be easily forgotten. With a 16th century patrician villa backdrop and its expert design by Arnold Palmer, the Golf Club Ca Della Nave is a must-play course when on holiday in the Veneto region.
The design, easily one of the most impressive in Italy, features an array of natural features which exude a tranquil ambience through each of the 18 holes. In the design of the golf course, the designer Arnold-Palmer-Studio has only incorporated the best characteristics of American golf courses to create the fantastic golf course that stands here today. It is fair to say that the Golf Club Ca Della Nave challenges each and every one of its players and pushes them to their limit with the vast range of challenges on offer, ranging from strategically placed water features to a few sloped greens. Whilst the greens may appear typically flat; do not be deceived, the challenge lies in the water hazards!
18 Holes, Bar, Changing Facilities, Club Hire, Driving Range, Par 72, Putting Green, Restaurant, Short game practice area, Trolley Hire
Not for the faint hearted, the Golf Club Ca Della Nave features numerous water hazards that come in to play on 12 of the 18 holes, whilst the large American style bunkers scattered around the course are waiting to claim your ball from any wayward shots. The technical elements and the sheer beauty of the landscape combine to make a memorable round in the heart of the Veneto region.
The 18th green is located in the centre of this majestic park, a superb ending to a fantastic day of golf at the Golf Club Ca Della Nave. This is certainly a signature hole of the Golf Club Ca Della Nave, and is sure to stay in your memory for years to come. Players at this hole are immediately thrown into the action with a slight dog leg to the right with bunkers guarding both sides of the green. Players are then faced with another challenge; the tight green is defended by two bunkers and a mass of ancient trees. However, the most difficult hole here is the par-4 2nd hole, measuring 370 metres. This is also possibly one of the most picturesque holes, boasting a rolling terrain with a lake lining the right-hand side of the fairway throughout the hole. The challenge is then further intensified with the strategic placement of two bunkers defending the entrance to the green.