Ok I have to admit that the golf course is in perfect conditions and the club house is amazing.
Really a fantastic golf club but most of the times it is empty.
Honestly speaking I refuse to pay 150 Euros to play 18 holes.
Ok you will be alone since there is nobody both on the course and on the club.
Said that it is the perfect place if you want not to be seen but It is probably the most expensive golf club in Italy.
I would accept such rates if it was plenty of successful businesspeople, a place where to network like in the USA or abroad of Italy, but it is not the case.
In the end it's not worth as it is.
It could be a fantastic place but it is not well managed in my personal opinion.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- When golf becomes resort. Versilia Golf Resort. Forte dei Marmi. A few short words that encompass an entire world. There is Tuscany, whose love of life has always attracted those who have made an art of travel. There is Forte dei Marmi, now more vivacious and exclusive than ever before, with echoes of old-style family holidays with kids and nannies, tasteful villas and the beaches they were once connected to via private hidden pathways. There is golf. A golf that, here in this hidden niche nestled between the Apuan Alps and the Tyrrhenian Sea, becomes a resort in which each and every detail is the fruit of a truly special passion for hospitality. The sea is close at hand, you can smell it in the breeze that comes from the cloudless azure sky. Even the greens seem greener. And around this golf course the resort elegantly rises – as sophisticated and welcoming as a fine country estate. Guests at the Versilia Golf Resort are welcomed into bright spacious guest rooms with panoramic terraces offering incomparable views of the surrounding landscape. ... more less