Course Review and Comments
A links course with Italian style. You can see the beautiful Mediterranean sea from every hole; it can be quite testing when the wind blows. Stunning olive-tree trunks, as old as 500 years and more, can be seen on the way from the main Masseria San Domenico - a 5 star, charming accomodation - to the golf course and bordering some fairways. Masseria Cimino is another small 'hotel de charme' of the same property, right on the golf course, and Borgo Egnazia is the newest resort of the group, just opened. A very good experience from every point of view: golf, food (fantastic), relax, spa....
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February 14th, 2010 09:19
I'm the editor-in-chief of the leading Italian golf magazine, 'Il Mondo del Golf', and we're commonly rating San Domenico as one of the best courses in our country. As our friend of Golf Digest, every
February 11th, 2010 05:52
The legend – or rather the sterotype – says that Italy is the country of the ‘four M’s’: mamma, mafia, maccheroni, and mandolino. We may accept our nation to be praised for its family values
February 11th, 2010 03:35
To play San Domenico means experiencing challenging links-like golf without the cold weather challenge. The course is demanding but at the same time enjoyable. The setting is simply to die for. San Do
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