Golf Nazionale owned by F.I.G. (Italian Golf Federation) was founded in 1989 – 1990. It is immersed in the Tuscia countryside and covers over 70 hectares. The project was designed and built by architects George and Jim Fazio and D. Mezzacane.
In 1991 it hosted the 37thedition of the World Cup of Golf and is home to the “Federal Technical Center” school.
A fascinating, challenging, and entertaining course, it has been appreciated by golfers throughout the world. It is considered one of the top ten courses in Italy, receiving ratings that place it at the top of the national scene year after year. The whole course offers a stunning view of the Cimini mountains and during the ‘tramontana’ (the cold northerly wind) you can also see the mountain ranges of Terminillo and Gran Sasso. The practice range ‘Driving Range’ is located a few meters from the first Tee box of the first hole. Its strategic position allows a pleasantly relaxing, pre-match practice. The double level tee boxes allow players to practice on grass throughout the year. In the event of bad weather conditions there are are six comfortable, under-cover Tee boxes. The area dedicated to the short game includes: two putting greens and a large chipping area with a large green and a bunker. Near the practice range there are three Executive Holes, where beginners can practice before trying the Championship course.