Fioranello Golf Club lies just a few kms south of the centre of Rome, bordering the archaeological park of the Old Appian Way, immersed in scenery typical of the Roman countryside. Founded in 1979, the Club is among the most welcoming and picturesque of the city and its club house represents an ideal blend of comfort and casual elegance. At the end of your round you can, depending on the season, warm yourselves at the fireplace overlooking the 18th green or freshen up with a dip in the swimming pool and relax in the shade of the surrounding pine trees, enjoying the splendid view of the Roman Castles.
The Fioranello course, crossed by the historical remains of the roman aqueduct, offers a stimulating and enthusiastic golfing experience. A jewel born of the genius of the architect David Mezzacane, perfectly integrated in an environment of rare beauty, the 18 holes prove to be an excellent testing ground for both experienced players and beginners. The course characteristics favour a game of precision also because of the presence of numerous “out-of-bounds” which encourage prudent play for those whose shots tend to stray. There are 36 sand bunkers and 3 grass bunkers, a lake which comes into play on two holes (Nos. 10 and 15) and a stream which crosses the course in numerous places.