|Castelfalfi Golf Course was built near a medieval Tuscan hamlet on the site of a 14-th century battlefield. (GolfPublisher.com)|
What an odd place. Castelfalfi Golf and Country Club in Tuscany is a very good golf course with some excellent holes. Gets little use so the greens are not bedded down and are consequently very slow, which is a pity. Well worth the visit, although the facilities are very limited, as whoever built it must have run out of money. You arrive down a steep, bumpy track, get changed in a shed, pay your fee in another shed, play a super golf course and drink/eat (very well) afterwards in another shed.
September 25, 2006
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"My wife and I have played lots of courses throughout Ireland and have played this beautiful course about 4 or 5 times now, and we both agree that it is one of the best golf courses in Ireland," GolfEurope.com reader Don Kirkaldy reports.
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