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18, 27 and 36 holes

C.U.S. Ferrara Golf Club

Emilia Romagna

C.U.S. Ferrara Golf Club

The course

C.U.S. Ferrara Golf Club has a really unusual characteristic on the Italian golfing scene: situated in the enchanting area near the town park and overlooking the Estensi walls in the north of the city, it is less than 500 metres from the old town centre of Ferrara. Adjacent to the other university sports facilities, where it is possible to practice various disciplines under the guidance of expert instructors, C.U.S. Ferrara Golf Club offers rates that are accessible to everyone, thanks to a shrewd policy that doesn’t only address the academic world. It was the first Italian golf course to reach a special agreement with the Italian Golf Federation. In fact, it was first extended in 1996 thanks to funding by the Federation itself, and since 2004 has offered 18 regulation holes over an interesting course marked here and there with autochthonous trees and plants.

Technical data

5,446 metres, 18-hole course completed in March 2004.


18 holes, par 68


  • Bar
  • Driving range
  • Golf carts
  • Putting green
  • Restaurant


Open all year

How to reach us

Leave the A13 motorway at Ferrara Nord exit and follow signs for the city centre. After the railway underpass, turn left towards Copparo and follow signs for the municipal campsite - C.U.S.
Contact info
Via Gramicia, 41
44100 – Ferrara – Italia
Tel. +39 0532 708535
Fax +39 0532 708585
Bologna (40 km), Padua (70 km), Venice (100 km), Lidi Ferraresi (60 km), Po River Delta and Mesola Wood (50 km).
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