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Matilde di Canossa Golf


Emilia Romagna

Matilde di Canossa Golf

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The course

The Matilde di Canossa Golf Club, which was founded in 1987, is situated just outside the city in the heart of the marvellous “Matildic Lands”. The spectacular setting offers magnificent views of an area that is full of history and tradition. In this charming context, now restored to its former magnificence, the club was set up thanks to the founding members’ love for nature, passion for golf and spirit of enterprise.

The course, designed by the architect Marco Croze, has 18 holes on a course of over 6,200 metres, par 72, and is characterised by a huge variety of configurations, due above all to the Quaresimo Stream that flows through the entire course. The gentle natural slopes and vegetation make the game technical, fascinating and extremely entertaining. The course is surrounded by enchanting panoramic views, offering an exciting sense of freedom and direct contact with nature.

Technical data

6,231 metres, inaugurated in 1987, designed by Marco Croze

Holes

18 holes, par 72

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Driving range
  • Golf carts
  • Locker Rooms
  • Manual and electric trolley hire
  • Pitching green
  • Pro shop
  • Putting green
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool

Season

Open all year round

days off

Closed Mondays (except bank holidays)

How to reach us

A1 motorway, Terre di Matilde - Reggio Emilia exit, follow signs for Montecchio - Cavriago. After Codemondo, turn right towards Bibbiano Ghiardo and follow signs for San Bartolomeo.
Contact info
Via del Casinazzo, 1
42100 S.Bartolomeo – Reggio Emilia
Tel. +39 0522 371295
Fax +39 0522 371204

direzione@matildedicanossagolf.it
www.matildedicanossagolf.it
Nearby
Reggio Emilia (8 km), Modena (25 km), Parma (16 km), Bologna (60 km), Bologna airport (60 km), Milano airport (140 km), Brescia airport (120 km).

NOT TO BE MISSED: The city of Reggio Emilia home to the Palazzo del Monte, the cathedral, Piazza Camillo Prampolini, Palazzo Vescovile, the Basilica of St. Prospero, Madonna della Ghiara Sanctuary, the Civic Museums, “Romolo Valli” Neoclassic Theatre, “Parmeggiani” Art Gallery and Canossa Castle.

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