Looking for a golf course such as Club Poggio dei Medici, Parco di Firenze, Ugolini or Le Pavonieri in and around Florence?

The are plenty of opportunities for a relaxing game at the courses in Mugello and other towns within a short drive of Villa i Ciabattini.

Some of these golf courses even host local championship events, however, if you're simply up for a game of holiday golf you'll be able to choose from several locations.

A game of golf in the green, tranquil Tuscan countryside is an unforgettable experience.

Villa i Ciabattini is located only a few kilometres from the most prestigious gold courses in Tuscany which, apart from hosting both national and international competitions, also organise group lessons for beginners to pro’s, individual lessons and starter courses for teenagers.

The Poggio dei Medici gold club located in the green valley of Mugello is only 13km from the villa. The course was designed by the famous golf player Baldovino Dassù and the architect Alvise Rossi Fioravanti according to standards set out by the United States Golf Association (USGA). The golf course, which opened in 1995, is a member of the Italian Golf Federation and won an award from the magazine “Il Mondo del Golf” as the best new golf course. Venue of the Italian Women’s Open from 1999 to 2003, for the past few years, it has hosted the Mugello Tuscany Open. The 18-hole course (73 par) stretches over a valley sounded by gentle hills with many streams and ponds.
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The 9-hole (28 par) Golf Club Parco di Firenze is located in Via dell’Isolotto, close to the Parco delle Cascine, the largest public park in Florence (160 hectares) and the hunting grounds for many of Florence’s noble families including the Medici during the Renaissance. Amongst the many events organised around the game of golf, the golf club has also started a youth club which, by offering special tariffs to the under 18s, helps younger players to try golf and to improve their game.
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At first sight, the 18-hole Golf Club Ugolino (71 par) would look easy considering that it is only 5,676m long. However Ugolino is a natural golf course designed and constructed in 1933 on a project by British architects Blandford and Gannon. The course stretches over the contours of the Chianti hills and takes advantage of the natural features of the area: cypress trees, olive groves, slopes that follow the amazing countryside, small greens that are well outlined. Ugolino has played an important part in the history of Italian golf. Many matches and Italian championships have been played on this course and many international and national players have tried to their hand at it.
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The Golf Club Le Pavoniere, in Prato is located in the Cascina di Tavola park that was previously part of the farm annexed to the Villa Medicea di Poggio at Caiano. The 18-hole course, designed by Arnold Palmer, is characterised by its technical and landscape linearity. The course has many water obstacles and large, undulating greens offer players a relaxing game without an easing in the competitive tension.
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