Widely known as the oldest golf course in the country, Acquasanta is also one of Italy's finest, boasting a stunning parkland layout, less than 5 miles from Rome's greatest attractions. Since official establishment in 1903, the course has retained its history and authenticity and still proves challenging to golfers of all levels. While not the longest, Acquasanta is a course in pristine condition and requires intelligent course management, especially on narrow fairways bordered by pine trees, cypresses and eucalyptus. 

The course is accompanied by a traditional clubhouse as well as other great facilities including a driving range, outdoor pool and even a gym.