Situated within an environmentally protected area and with splendid views of the hills of Bertinoro, Oasi di Magliano I Fiordalisi Golf Club is a beautifully landscaped and extremely technical standard 9-hole course. It is interesting, full of surprises for all levels and capable of testing the skills of even the most experienced golfers. It is ideal for those learning the rudiments of the game, thanks also to lessons given by qualified professionals and large practice areas. There’s a spectacular water-gap driving range as well as a traditional grass one and also two executive holes, for those just starting out. The clubhouse is warm and friendly and thanks to the restaurant, situated on the “Wine and Food Route of the Hills of Forlì and Cesena”, traditional cuisine is not overlooked. Oasi di Magliano I Fiordalisi Golf Club is just 4 km from Bologna-Forlì airport, where low-cost international flights land, and is also close to Cervia (25 km), Rimini (50 km), Le Fonti (50 km) and Bologna (80 km) golf courses.
TECHNICAL DATA: 9 holes, par 36, 3,048 metres + 2 executive holes.
FACILITIES: clubhouse, 2 putting greens, a water-gap driving range and a grass driving range, trolley and golf cart hire, secretary’s office, changing rooms, golf bag room, lodge, bar and restaurant.
SEASON: open all year, closed on Mondays unless a bank holiday.
HOW TO GET THERE: take the Forlì exit on the A14 motorway and head towards Forlì as far as Viale Roma (Via Emilia). In Ronco turn towards Meldola, drive past the airport and after 3 km, in the town of Carpena, follow signs for the golf club. From Forlì take Via Decio Raggi towards Meldola and in Carpena, follow signs for the golf club.
NEARBY PLACES: Forlì airport (4 km), Rimini airport (50 km), Bologna airport (80 km), Adriatic Golf Club Cervia (25 km), Rimini Golf Club (50 km), Le Fonti Golf Club (50 km) and Bologna Golf Club (80 km).
NOT TO BE MISSED: the 287 km-long “Wine and Food Route of the Hills of Forlì and Cesena” that links six of central Romagna’s great valleys (the Tramazzo, Montone, Rabbi, Bidente, Savio and Rubicone Valleys), the thermal spa and medieval village of Castrocaro, the medieval citadel of Bertinoro, the Filopatridi Academy in Savignano sul Rubicone and the towns of Forlì and Cesena.