Fioranello Golf Club lies just a few kilometers south of Rome, close to the archaeological park of the Old Appian Way, immersed in the typical Roman countryside. Founded in 1979, the peculiar, welcoming Club includes a comfortable, elegant club house, where, by the fireplace, It is possible to enjoy the view of the 18 holes green or to relax in the swimming pool in the shade of the pine trees with a splendid view of the Castelli Romani.
The Fioranello course, crossed by the historical remains of the Roman aqueduct, offers a stimulating and interesting golf experience. This jewel, projected by the architect David Mezzacane, is perfectly integrated in an environment of rare beauty, with its 18 holes excellent testing ground for both experienced players and beginners. The course favour a game of precision also thanks to the many “out-of-bounds” which encourage prudent play. The course boasts 36 sand and 3 grass bunkers, a lake which includes two holes (10 and 15) and a stream which crosses the course in several places.