Radisson Blu Resort, Terme di Galzignano

 

Golf in Padova

Guests at the Radisson Blu, Terme di Galzignano enjoy a nine-hole golf course on site. Opened in 1999, the Terme di Galzignano Golf Club was designed by architect Marco Croze. The course features numerous water traps and lakes, providing a challenging and varied day on the greens for both amateur and experienced golfers. Players can also enjoy the Terme di Galzignano Golf Club’s modern, well-equipped clubhouse.

Terme di Galzignano Golf Club details:

  • Nine holes
  • 3,908 metres
  • Par 62
  • Men CR 60.7/SR 104
  • Women CR 59.8/SR 96

Other nearby courses:

  • Golf Club Padova
    The Radisson Blu Resort, Terme di Galzignano is five minutes from Golf Club Padova; dating from 1962, it is the oldest golf course in Padua. Initially named Golf Club Euganeo, this 18-hole, par-72 course was designed by British architect John Harris of the design studio Cotton in London. Situated at the foot of the Euganean Hills, the course has hosted national championships and opens.
  • Montecchia Golf Club
    The Montecchia Golf Club lies 15 minutes from the Radisson Blu Resort, Terme di Galzignano. Based on a project by Tom Macauley, President of the British Association of Golf Course Architects, this course lies in the shade of the 16th-century Montecchia Castle of Count Emo Capodilista. The course features 18 holes for tournament play and another nine-hole course, with an innovative water drainage system, that enables golfers to play in adverse weather. The only course in Triveneto with 27 holes, the Montecchia Golf Club is not far from Abano and Montegrotto Terme.
  • Frassanelle Golf Club
    Opened in 1990, the Frassanelle Golf Club lies 15 minutes from the Radisson Blu Resort, Terme di Galzignano. This golf club was designed by architect Marco Croze.
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