Golf Club Asiago
The 18-hole course at the Golf Club Asiago is considered one of the finest mountain courses in Europe. Designed by the architect Peter Harradine, famous for his great experience with mountain courses, lies on a gentle panoramic site, amidst the green of the meadows and the majesty of larch and fir trees, without any particular differences in height, ensuring that players can always address the ball with both feet level.
The layout of the course is extremely varied. The 5th hole – “Meltar” – is the longest on the course, a par 5 of 565 metres, while the 11th hole, “Rosta”, which winds through the woods with a slight dog-leg to the left, is certainly the most difficult due to the rocks that border it, the bed of a stream to be crossed and a rather small green. The 12th hole, “Panoramica”, is majestic and fascinating; as you tee off you enjoy a magnificent view over a large part of the course; it is a par 5 of 490 metres requiring great precision, with a green defended by a large bunker that does not allow the player the slightest error. The 18th hole, “Larice”, is a grand finishing hole, a par 4 of 395 metres with a slight dog-leg to the right, ensuring great satisfaction.
Since summer 2011 a putting green has also been in operation, designed by Robert Trent Jones. It offers more than 1000 square metres with 18 flags with which to simulates the holes on the course and notable slopes, allowing highly technical and demanding training.
The Meltar is the only hotel in the Asiago Golf Club: have a look at the hotel here
For further details of the golf course look here