Designed by: Peter Harradine
Opened in: 1960
Yellow: 6,567 yards
Red: 5,798 yards
Since it was opened in 1960, Asiago has been considered one of the best mountain course in Europe, and Harradine’s utilisation of the stunning natural terrain brings a number of testing elevation changes into play which places an emphasis on players’ accuracy off the tee, as well as on their distance control during approach play.
The greens are often in superb condition considering throughout the winter they are buried beneath the snow that transforms the area into a popular ski resort.
The 18th hole is a stunning finishing hole and measures in at 431 yards. This picturesque par 4 dog legs to the right and requires precise play or a player's scorecard can very easily be ruined on the last.
The club also boasts an incredible putting green that was designed in 2011 by Robert Trent Jones, affording guests the chance to hone their short game skills before heading for the 1st tee.