Playing golf on rich green meadows with the mighty Dolomites towering high above.
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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 Pergina/Valsugana, a 9-holes course in the Val Rendena valley (open from March to November), another in Pieve Tesino and a 6-holes course in Canazei in the Val di Fassa valley.