Golf Club del Cervino
In 2005 the Golf Club del Cervino celebrated it’s 50th anniversary of affiliation with the Italian Golf Federation.
Designed by Donald Harradine during the 1950s, it was one of the first fifteen courses in Italy. Located at 2050 meters on the sea level it is currently one of the highest of the peninsula and one of the highest in Europe.
The course has 18 technically qualified holes and is one of the most prestigious courses of the entire alpine area, offering its players a spectacular view in the presence of the amazing Matterhorn, that fills your heart and your eyes.
Technically delicate, the course is a PAR 69 of 5305 metres; a real pride and joy of Aosta Valley golf.
In the club house, built inside a beautiful stone and wooden building, there are the reception area, storage room for bags and the restaurant-bar where you can taste the best dishes of Valdostan cooking in a cozy and friendly environment.
In July the Combinata Sci & Golf (Ski & Golf Combined Event) will be held. A unique competition of its kind sponsored by the Funivie del Cervino. It is a competition where the teams compete against each other with a giant ski slalom on the Plateau Rosà, at 3500 meters, on the first day and then with a golf competition on the second day. The event’s uniqueness has seen many participants in the last few years. They were all able to enjoy the splendid uncontaminated nature of the glacier, perennially covered with snow, to then compete against each other on the green. Skiing and golf, a perfect combination that only Cervinia with its 2000 meters in altitude can offer.
Furthermore, during the season, golf-clinics are organized on a weekly basis where golfers of all levels and ages may improve their techniques with the help of the best qualified professionals.
Course: 18 holes – PAR 69 – 5305 meters
Location: 29 km from Chatillon (Torino-Aosta highway tollbooth)
Altitude: 2050 meters above sea level
Services: restaurant, locker rooms, practicing field, putting-green, carts and golf-cart rentals.
Closing day: None
Open from 1st June to 3rd September