The Udine Golf Club is located in Fagagna, one of the most beautiful villages of Italy, surrounded by majestic hills covered by oak and beech trees against the backdrop of the Carnic Alps.
Established in 1972, it enjoys a very central position, lying a dozen kilometres from Udine and San Daniele (a town renowned for its ham). Only 10 minutes from the A23 motorway exit Gemona-Osoppo with a direct connection to Austria. Over the years, architect Marco Croze completed work on a nine-hole course with his colleague, John Harrison, increasing it to 18 holes, harmoniously integrated in 73 hectares of grounds. Since July, 2013, following the acquisition of the Udine Golf Club by Gabriele Lualdi, new president of the Golf Club A.S.D., significant work has been carried out on the grounds in order to make this one of the best golf courses in southern Europe.
Currently, the competition course is a Par 72. Technically challenging, it covers a length of more than 6,000 metres, following the contours of the morainic hills where it is located. Right from the first tee-shot, there's the feeling of being in contact with nature thanks to the dense vegetation made up of as many as 7,000 trees within the grounds. If you have to choose a pair of holes from the many worthy of note, we would go for the most difficult ones. An ascent of more than 380 metres to hole 2, making it still longer. Hole 15 is spectacular, par 5 at 515 metres.