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Bogogno Golf Resort


Bogogno Golf Resort

The course

For over 20 years, Bogogno Golf Club has been a synonym for quality and excellence, thanks to two golf courses Conte and Bonora designed by Robert Von Hagge, Mike Smelek e Rick Baril.


1998: Best golf course of the year in Italy

2006: European Tour Qualifying School Venue since 2006

2010: Rolex World’s Top 1000 Golf Coursessince First Edition

2012: Best Maintenance 2011 in Italy

2014: World Golf Awards Nominee since 2014

2016: Golf Today’s Top Ten in Italy since 2016

2017: Vagliano Trophy & Junior Vagliano Trophy Venue

2018: GEO Certification

Technical data

The Conte course is a par 72 6485 meters long (professional tees) with a design that is reminiscent of a links course, featuring wide open spaces, numerous flat sections, large lakes and a wild rough in border areas, framed by views of the Monte Rosa massif.

The Bonora course is a par 72 6488 meters long (professional tees) with a lively design that is reminiscent of a parkland course, developing over a large hill area surrounded by wild nature with numerous untouched streams and woods, as typical of the Ticino natural park area.




  • Bar
  • Driving range
  • Golf carts
  • Golf School
  • Guest House
  • Locker Rooms
  • Manual and electric trolley hire
  • Pitching green
  • Practice bunker
  • Pro shop
  • Putting green
  • Rental Clubs
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool


Open all the year

How to reach us

The resort is easily accessible by car along the A26 motorway, exit Borgomanero. From here follow the signs to the Provincial Road 23 towards Cressa and then take Via Sant'Isidoro direction Bogogno for 2km, finding Bogogno Golf Resort on the right.
Contact info
Via Sant'Isidoro, 1
28010 Bogogno (NO) - ITALY
Tel. +39 0322 864137
Tel. +39 0322 1958058
Tel. +39 0322 864268

Proximity to Milan Malpensa airport, the natural beauty of Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta, the fashion in Milan, make Bogogno Golf Resort a strong player on the international tourist market.

This area is renowned for its food & wine tasting, and offers the opportunity to take part in wine and cheese tasting experiences. Other local food specialties can also be enjoyed everywhere in the area: home-made pasta, grilled or tartar steak Fassone Piemontese and home-made cookies.

This area can offer unforgettable tours of its leading places of interest: Lake Maggiore and the Borromean Islands, Lake Orta and Isola San Giulio, Milan with Duomo, Galleria and the Fashion District, Novara with the Cupola Antonelliana.

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