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Golf Club Le Pavoniere

Address Golf Club Le Pavoniere
Via della Fattoria 6/29, Loc. Tavola
I-50040 Prato
Telephone +39 574 620 855
Holes 18 - With a lot of water
Yardage 7070
Par 72
Visitors Advanced booking recommended. Proof of handicap necessary (34)
Green Fees
Annual Closure No - Closed Mondays
Course Designer Arnold Palmer - 1986
Location 20km from Firenze and its airport
Pitching & Putting greens / Pool / Sauna / Tennis / Beauty centre
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One of the 3 Arnold Palmer's Design courses in Italy!
Hazards in the Tuscan countryside, a great experience and a Tour maintainance, a great surprise and very close to Florence!
Mark: 10
Value For Money: Good
Nick Chains February 27, 2016

Located only 15 km from Florence International Airport, this course was opened in 1986 and designed by the great Arnold Palmer. It has a typical American feel about it with large greens, huge bunkers and wide open fairways. There are many water hazards to negotiate and the golfer has got to use brain not brawn. The course was in perfect condition when I played it with not a blade of grass facing the wrong way. This relatively flat course has many interesting holes, not least of all, the par three, 5th. A confident Tee shot is needed here; it???s a hole that separates the men from the boy's. Other holes of note are the 6th and 18th.
This really was a joy to play and had plenty of risk-rewarding shots. It plays long in the wind and the greens are lightening quick but fair. It is a good test for all level of players and although most holes are tree lined, the trees aren't really an obstacle.
This course lacks the breathtaking views of traditional Tuscan courses, but still was beautiful to play. The appeal of Le Pavoniere was the course construction itself.
The clubs website isn't translated into English but has a unique facility allowing each hole to be seen in virtual reality. It's well worth a visit!
Mark: 9
Grant Leggate
Caddymaster at Royal St Georges Golf Club in Sandwich, Kent
September 20, 2011

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