About The Argentario Golf Club
Your private Tuscany: Design luxury hotel, golf & spa resort in Tuscany - Italy
A luxury resort that offers everything, from design suites to a cutting-edge spa, from an eco-friendly golf course to tennis courts, from a gourmet restaurant to a panoramic location in a verdant valley overlooking Orbetello Lagoon and the Mediterranean Sea. As part of the Design Hotels™ group, it features contemporary architecture and decor that is quite unique in rustic Tuscany.
Rome Fiumicino Airport: 140 km
Rome Ciampino Airport: 165 km
Pisa Galileo Galilei Airport: 200 km
Firenze Peretola Airport: 205 km
Indoor pool (heated)
Kids outdoor pool
2700 sqm Espace wellness Center
3 tennis courts
18-hole golf course
Driving range, practice tees & bunkers
1 five-a-side football pitch
2 jogging trails
DRINKS & DINING
Dama Dama Restaurant
Buvette bar Club house
Food and wine tasting
24-hour in-room dining
24-hour multilingual concierge
Free indoor garage (up to 100 cars)
Free outdoor parking (up to 300 cars)
The Argentario Golf Club, which hosts various of the most important golf tournaments in Tuscany and Italy, features 18 panoramic holes for a total of 6,218 metres and par 71. The course has been awarded the “Agri Cert” certification for its bio eco-compatibility, and all products used for its maintenance are completely natural.
The golf course is located in a protected natural area, only 5 minutes from the Duna Feniglia Nature Reserve and 25 km from the Parco dell’Uccellina Reserve. The Orbetello Lagoon, the sea and the hillside offer a beautiful panorama and create a microclimate that allows golf to be played at any time of the year.
At the Argentario golf school you can find professional instructors such as Emanuele ‘Peppo’ Canonica and Paolo de Salvatore. The Argentario Golf Academy features the TrackMan IIIe simulator, a last-generation platform for analyzing your swing, whether you are a pro or an amateur.
The 18-hole golf course and the driving range, which were inaugurated in 2006, have been designed by the architect David Mezzacane and the professional golfer Baldovino Dassù. The holes were subsequently shaped by Brian Jorgensen: the result is a varied, spectacular and technically challenging course.
Among the 18 panoramic holes with mostly small greens, two dominate the sea and the lagoon, one is immersed in the Mediterranean vegetation, and another features water hazard running along one side of the green. A refreshing breeze mitigates the temperature and adds an extra challenge to the game which, on this course, requires a combination of accuracy and power.