Via Terre dei Consoli 1,
Monterosi, Lazio 01030
18 holes. Open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
Open rolling countryside.
Robert Trent Jones II (lead designer Ty Butler).
Above distances are for the Championship course. Also at Terre dei Consoli is the nine-hole Family Course (par-32; 1885 m from the back tees).
1 km W of Monterosi / 42 km NW of Rome.
Terre dei Consoli Golf Club: this recent Robert Trent Jones II design occupies pleasantly open undulating terrain, an hour's drive north of the capital. It is located close to Lago di Monterosi, without actually getting directly alongside the lake, and just an olive grove away from the once revered Golf Nazionale (formerly known as Le Querce).
This open undulating parkland layout roams across an expansive and pictureque area, where good-width fairways and large greens are protected by a copious array of bunkers, both large and small. Water makes its presence felt on only a few occasions, notably at the island-green par-3 9th, and very threateningly for each shot on the severely doglegging par-5 2nd.
Nicely elevated tee boxes perch on the layout's higher elevations, giving long range views onto the Latium countryside. The overall conditioning and maintenance of the course seems to attract mixed reviews.
Pick of the holes: the short island-green par-3 9th is the layout's signature hole.
Stay & Play at Terre dei Consoli: onsite villa and apartment accommodation available, see Where2Stay section below.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends. Closed Mondays.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, Stay&Play rates and packages, etc. [Last updated: 2020].
Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire.
Terre dei Consoli is already becoming established as a national and international tournament course, having hosted the European Challenge Tour in 2016 and again in 2019. In 2016 three-time European Tour winner Johan Edfors (Swe) was the winner.
Via Terre dei Consoli 1, 01030 Monterosi (VT).
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Terre dei Consoli offers comfortable villas alongside the golf course, which can accommodate up to seven people. In addition there are well-appointed four-person apartments with double and single-bedded rooms.
Terre dei Consoli
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