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Golf Club Alta Badia

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Golf Club Alta Badia

12 Reviews
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Strada Planac 9 Passo Campolongo, 39033 Corvara in Badia Italy
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From Bolzano: Private Day Tour by car: The Heart of the Eastern Dolomites
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From Bolzano: Private Day Tour by car: The Heart of the Eastern Dolomites

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The Dolomites, with their rugged peaks, mountain lakes, and scenic vistas, are one of northern Italy’s most coveted destinations. Don’t worry about arranging the logistics yourself: on this private, full-day tour, you’ll explore the region’s highlights in style. Meet your guide at your hotel, and head out along winding mountain roads. See the ruins of the medieval Andraz Castle, admire the Three Peaks of Lavaredo, and linger at Lake Braies.
$343.19 per adult
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Saso T wrote a review Aug 2018
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Golf is placed at the ski resort at a high altitude with a beautiful view of high mountains. It is nine-hole golf course with four holes uphill and four holes downhill. Greens are well maintained but not very fast. Some files are quite challenging. The best thing: while the temperature at sea level was 35 deg here it was from 14 to 16 deg. Recommended for hot summer golf.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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HantsJames wrote a review Jul 2018
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I have played lots of different course, but this one can beat them all as the view is spectacular. The golf course itself is up and down(in winter it's a ski run) and I would recommend hiring a buggy. I didn't and after 9 holes I was quite tired, but had a smile on my face. Despite being open for only a couples of weeks, the course was in good condition, but I am sure it will be much better in July or August. Not many courses at an altitude of 1600m with a great panorama, so it should not be missed.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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