Golf Club Castello di Tolcinasco is one of the most prestigious clubs in Italy.
Opened in 1993, it offers members and guest players 36 holes, with three championship courses and nine executive holes.
The golf courses develop round an imposing 16th century castle and its antique yard that give the club a unique imprint.
Designed by Arnold Palmer, one of the greatest players ever, the 27 championship holes are at the highest standards as for modernity, completeness and variety, favoured by four starting tees guaranteeing an interesting game with any handicap.
In addition, there are nine Executive holes, all of them par 3.
Tolcinasco stands by its Golf & Country Club denomination with a complete and unique offer.
Many are the services offered in the large club house, among the club's feathers in the cap.
On the outside, the stunning swimming pool and tennis courts, in addition to golf facilities such as three putting greens, bunker areas and pitch, practice field with 30 outdoor positions and 15 indoor ones.
Castello di Tolcinasco: a real paradise for golf and leisure time, in the privacy and safety of a prestigious club. Only a few minutes from the centre of Milan.
Blue routeFrom the center of Milan (Porta Ticinese), take corso San Gottardo and continue straight until getting out of town taking via dei Missaglia, then via Curiel.After the motorway's flyover turn left at the roundabout (via Buozzi and then via Fizzonasco) continuing for approximately 3 kilometers until seeing the Tolcinasco castle on the right.Red routeFrom the centre of Milan along Via Ripamonti or following the motorway to exit Val Tidone/Opera, continue on the clearway S.S. 412 of the Val Tidone.At the second exit follow (on the right) indications for the club.Continue straight at the first roundabout, at the second one turn left towards Pieve Emanuele and Pavia.At the following roundabout keep right towards Fizzonasco and Rozzano.The club is just a few hundred meters further, on the left.For distant travellersFrom any highway (Autosole-A1, Genova, Laghi, Torino, Venezia), after the tollbooth take the Tangenziale motorway to the Val Tidone/Opera exit (in the