9 holes and 18 tees on a length of 5,569 m, Par 70, SSS 67
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It is one of the oldest golf clubs all over Italy, founded in far away 1923 by the British champion and visionary Sir Henry Cotton. The Campo Carlo Magno Golf Club, near Madonna di Campiglio, can boast an almost 100-year history, in the course of which it has adapted to the demands of the times and still today promises a very special game, for beginners and professionals alike.
Set at the green heart of the Adamello Brenta Nature Park at an altitude of 1,650 m a.s.l., the Golf Club Campo Carlo Magno features also one of the highest golf courses throughout Europe. A 9-hole golf course with 18 tees on an area of 5,569 m and a driving range with 20 practice tees, 6 of them are sheltered, putting greens and pitching greens - this is the Golf Club Campo Carlo Magno, surrounded by fir trees and at the bottom of the majestic Brenta Dolomites.
Among the facilities are also golf carts, caddies on request, a Club House with bar and a restaurant at the local Golf Hotel.
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