Le Querce Golf Club

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Established in 1990, Le Querce was always aiming to become one of the country's leading golfing destinations, and in fact is the home of the Italian Golf Federation. The golf course is within half an hour of Rome, and has built up an enviable reputation in its short existence.

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Le Querce Golf Club

Two factors have the greatest impact on the character of a new golf course: the local terrain and the designer. Le Querce spans some terrific parkland, reminiscent of inland rural Britain; in fact, the course is known as The Oaks in English. The man presented with this landscape was Jim Fazio, and any well traveled golfer familiar with the Fazio name will understand the quality of the family design heritage.

It took Le Querce less than a year to announce its arrival on the world golfing scene, impressing all visitors when it was chosen to host the 1991 World Cup of Golf. Long par 3s are a feature at Le Querce, in addition to many dog-leg fairways, which demand the perfect combination of power and accuracy.

Still regarded as one of Italy's golfing powerhouses, Le Querce is the perfect place to enjoy some golf during an escape to the ‘Eternal City'.

Features

  • Pro Shop
  • Putting Greens
  • Club House
  • Championship Standard Course