Biella is consistently ranked as Italy's number one course, predominantly for two reasons: the extraordinary natural landscape, and the skillful manipulation of this land by English designer John Morrison, together resulting in a remarkable golfing experience.
Morrison's creation was inaugurated in 1958, gaining immediate fame. The terrain is heavily wooded, and traverses great undulations, humps and hollows. Streams and ponds are entwined with rocky outcrops and the constant banks of trees to produce a stern examination, but one that is as beautiful as it is challenging.
The signature 16th hole encapsulates the essence of Biella; the high ground is the starting point for an exquisite hole, but also provides amazing views of the Alpine foothills and the magnificent woodland of the Piedmont landscape.
Golf Club Biella is ranked as one of the best courses in Italy