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Mediterranean Golf Courses

Naples, Italy

Volturno Golf Club– Patterned after classic Scottish links-style courses, this par-70 course offers a varied landscape of large dunes and strategically placed bunkers and water hazards, all complemented by gorgeous surroundings including magnificent sea vistas.

Livorno, Italy

Cosmopolitan Country Club – With water coming into play on 11 of 18 holes, Cosmopolitan is a seaside links-style course that combines a tactical layout with native landscaping and large mounds that make for exciting play. The course’s many highlights include #16 – a 325-yard-long par 4 located on an “island in the sand.”

Venice, Italy

Golf Club Villa Condulmer– Measuring a relatively short 6,408 yards, this spectacular course plays longer than its length, with tight fairways and small greens. All this, combined with lush landscaping, including manicured hedges and native trees, and rose bushes amid 16th century statues, makes for an unforgettable round.

Messina, Sicily

Il Picciolo Golf Club – This spectacular par-70 course is built around the world famous Volcano Etna, which dominates every hole. The course is designed by legendary Italian course architect Luigi Rota Caremoli, whose dramatic touches are evident throughout this magnificent 5,675-yard track.

Barcelona, Spain

Masia Bach Golf Club – Designed by Spanish golfer Jose Maria Olazabal, Masia Bach is a favorite for its challenging layout which certainly tests golfers’ abilities. Fast, rolling greens, and tight, long fairways across nearly 7,000 well-manicured yards makes this par-72 beauty a must-play.

Cannes, France

Royal Mougins Golf Club – This Robert Van Hagge-designed course is challenging to golfers of all proficiency levels, with many water hazards and bunkers. Club selection is a key to success on this par-71, 6,671-yard course, which consistently ranks as one of Europe’s best.