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Golf in Veneto

The Veneto Region is an ideal destination for many pursuits, and golf lovers may be surprised to know that the answer to their passions awaits them – along with the good life – in this splendid corner of the Bel Paese. Steeped in nature and not far off from places of culture famous and non, this zone in the country’s northeast offers spectacular greens of nine, 18 and 27 holes, and exclusive clubs with all the amenities, not to mention the beauties not found anywhere else in the world. 

Near Venice 
In Martellago, expanding over a surface of 75 hectares stands the Golf Club Ca' della Nave. The 18-18-hole course features a number of water hazards design by Golf King Arnold Palmer.
Right in Venice itself is Circolo del Golf Venezia, built on sand dunes characterized by enchanting sea pines and water hazards; it is onr of the few Italian coastal courses, and it even played host to the International Open and the Italian Senior Open.
Then, Lido di  Jesolo hosts Golf Club Jesolo. Eighteen links adapted to experts and beginners alike, it lies within a 900,000 sq m green oasis, ideal for a vacation marked by sport, sea and culture.
Lastly, the Golf Club Villa Condulmer boasts 18 holes, nine of which wind through hundreds-of-years-old plants inside the park of the 18th-Century Villa Condulmer (the other nine were added ten years later).

Near Verona and Lake Garda
In these magnificent stretch of the region, extending amidst vineyards east of Verona is Golf Club Verona. Its hilly course has served as venue for two Opens and various editions of the Italian Championships.
The 18 holes at Golf Club Villafranca, meanwhile, run along the feet of the Custoza Hills.
Golf Club Paradiso del Garda and Golf Ca’ degli Ulivi, respectively, enjoy splendid panoramas on the Moreniche Hills and and Lake Garda.

Near Padua and the Terme Euganee/ Vicenza and the Palladian Villas
Golf Club Padova is Padua’s oldest golf course, with 27 holes just beneath the Euganean Hills. Moving towards Vicenza and the Palladian Villas, golfers can choose from three different courses:  Golf Club della Montecchia (27 holes), accompanied by the 1500s Villa Emo and the 12th-Century Castle; Golf Club Frassanelle (18 holes), struck within an 18th-Century, 200-acre Park; and  Golf Club Colli Berici (18 holes), between the hills of the Brendola and Altavilla Comunes.

Near Treviso and the Prosecco Routes
The Province of Treviso's golf clubs are adorned by lakes, canals and elegant clubhouses. Play a round at Asolo Golf Club's di 27 holes, then take a dip in its heated outdoor pool, or go up in altitude to practice your swing in the mountain pastures Golf Club Cansiglio. The ultimate gem of them all, however, is Golf Club Cà Amata Castelfranco, 18 holes in the park of Villa Cà Amata, one of the best exemplars of 1700s Venetian architecture.