Precision Outdoors

The Verdeborgo Hotel offers you the opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable holiday and experience: playing golf on the courses of Rome immersed in the history of the most fascinating city in the world. We have chosen for you 8 splendid courses of 9, 18 and 27 holes, designed by the most important international designers, each with its own charm, to guarantee you a unique gaming experience, inserted in the splendid natural scenarios of the Agro Romano, surrounded by over 2,000 years of history witnessed by the ancient Roman aqueducts, walking among the remains of the patrician and imperial villas. 8 golf courses, each with its own charm, each capable of giving you different emotions, where you can play all year round, thanks to the mild temperature of Rome, assisted by a careful organization, always ready to respond to your every need, thus making your golf experience unique and memorable.
A 17th century villa that was a cardinal’s residence dominates a volcanic crater: today it is considered the most beautiful Club House among the golf clubs.
In a slightly hilly terrain crossed by sinuous waterways, the Club offers a luxuriant golf course within a historical context that offers glimpses of the old Roman aqueducts, the dome of San Pietro and the legendary Via Appia.
The Fioranello Golf Club was founded in 1979 in the suggestive Roman countryside, on the border with the Appia Antica archaeological park, once owned by the Boncompagni Ludovisi princes.
The Marco Simone Golf & Country Club is an ambitious project created by the stylist Laura Biagiotti in the late 1980s.
Located in the heart of the Appia Antica Regional Park and surrounded by ancient aqueducts, the course born in 1992 on the property of the Gaetani Princes consists of a 9-hole course and a large driving range.
South of Rome, on the Ardea coast, the Mare di Roma Golf Club guarantees the opportunity to play and have fun all year round.
The name is linked to the fact that Pope Leo X, born Giovanni de ‘Medici, decided to spend most of his days in that residence that became the Castle of the Popes.