A sports center with over 3000 years of history

The prestigious Olgiata Golf Club opened in 1961 and is located on the outskirts of Rome, inside the unique gated community of Olgiata.
The clubhouse was realised by famous Italian architect Tullio Rossi and the two beautiful courses, the West course (18 holes) and the East course (9 holes), were originally designed by English architect Charles Kenneth Cotton. In 1996 the West Course has been slightly modified by famous architect Jim Fazio who made a further and important restyle in 2012. The club has received numerous awards over the years and hosted important national and international competitions including the Eisenhower Trophy, the World Cup and various editions of the Italian Open.
Tony Jacklin, lan Poulter, Edoardo Molinari and Bernd
Wiesberger are just a few golfers that have enjoyed success at Olgiata Golf Club.

Golf Course Infos and Features

West Course: Undulating parkland with penalty areas on several holes. Good test of golf.
18 holes (Par 71, 72 or 73 – depending on tee markers).

East Course: Not particularly long but tricky.
The original design with
lots of trees and the small greens are the main features.
9 holes (Par 36).

Grass: Mix of Bermuda, Bentgrass, Rye and Fescue.


Platinum Club of Europe, Outstanding choice by Leadingcourses, Best Golf Club in Italy by Golf Digest Magazine.


Locker rooms, pro-shop, driving range., caddie master, rental clubs, buggies and trolleys. TV room, restaurant and bar.
Swimming pool, gym, sauna, game rooms and kids club are for members and their guests only.

Closing day: Monday, excluding bank holidays.