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Playing golf on rich green meadows with the mighty Dolomites towering high above

It was in 1923 that the British Sir Henry Cotton was the first to come up with the idea of building a golf course at the foot of the majestic Dolomites. And so he decided to create one of Italy's first golf courses in the enchanting world of the Brenta Dolomites: the Campo Carlo Magno golf course, at 1,700 metres a.s.l.

Today there are numerous golf clubs spread all over the Trentino. In addition to the above mentioned 9-holes golf course in Madonna di Campiglio (open from July to September) there is a 9-holes golf course in Seio di Sarnonico in the Valle di Non valley (open from April to November), another in Folgaria (from May to October), a 6-holes course in Pergine/Valsugana, a 9-holes course in the Val Rendena valley (open from April to November), another in Pieve Tesino and a 5-holes course in Campitello in the Val di Fassa valley (open from April to November).

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