The Archi di Claudio Golf Club is one of the newest opened golf clubs in Rome. Its 9-hole course was designed in 2003 by Sandro Monaco, and while it is not as spectacular as one might expect (it is flat, here and there pegged out by olive groves, with a view to the ancient Roman aqueducts), it is ideal for the training of the little ones, which is precisely why the club focuses on providing the targeted public with intensive golf lessons (the club maintains a serious golf school run by professionals like Alvaro Brunella, Federico Reina and Daniele Fiaschi). The driving range counts 60 bays, and while the club’s facilities are quite scarce, a bar is, however, available for the use of its guests.

Archi di Claudio Golf Club
45, Via Gamiana, 00178, Rome, Italy
0039 06 7187550
0039 06 7187550
[email protected]
Opening hours:
Tuesday to Sunday: 9am to 7:30pm (in summer); Tuesday to Sunday: 8:30am to 5:30pm (in winter)