Golf Club Lignano
Golf Club Lignano is a fantastic 18-hole course in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region, and is widely considered to be home to one of the finest layouts in Italy. For an exclusive round of golf in a stunning setting the North East of Italy, look no further than the Golf Club Lignano.
Nestled in a green pinewood filled with reed framed lakes, the course is as picturesque as it is demanding. The geographical location at Lignano Pineta, on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, provides a perfect setting for a thrilling round of golf. The course, extending over 6,345 metres, is natural and technical course where only a strategic play will prevail whilst each golfer must utilise every club in the armoury. Two-time host of the Italian Ladies’ Open, it comes as no surprise that the Golf Club Lignano is widely considered to be one of the best golf courses in the Frivli Venezia Giulia region, and is certainly a must-play course.
The array of lakes, bunkers and rough areas make each hole unique, creating a varied round of golf and an interesting spectacle. The course, designed by Marco Croze, is a stern test for all handicappers and perfect for those who are looking improve their overall game. Whilst the greens at the Golf Club Lignano may appear to be relatively flat; it is important players are not deceived by this as they are gently undulating, meaning they can send a steady shot wayward.
18 Holes, Bar, Buggy Hire, Changing Facilities, Par 72, Putting Green, Restaurant, Short game practice area, Trolley Hire
This par-72 golf course extends over an impressive 70 hectares of perfectly maintained landscape in an unbeatably tranquil setting. The architect of the Golf Club Lignano, Marco Croze, has successfully created a fantastic golf course that captures the true beauty of the surrounding pine forest combined with water hazards to offer a varied and invigorating game of golf.
The challenge at the Golf Club Lignano is further intensified at the 4th, 6th and 8th holes on the front nine, and the last three holes on the back nine. Whilst tackling these holes, golfers must remain vigilant with a mass of spacious sandy waste areas and several water hazards. Yet undoubtedly the most challenging hole across the golf course includes the 403-metre-long 13th hole, which is also unsurprisingly rated a stroke index 1. At this hole, players are pushed to make a solid tee shot across a hazardous wetland area in order to reach the fairway across, to then reach the green. At this hole, it is fair to say that each and every player is kept on their toes!