It is since the time of Habsburgs that the Non Valley has been one of the most attractive tourist resorts of Trentino and South Tyrol. One of the first golf courses of the region was created right here, on the slopes of Mount Roen, in the 20s of ‘900.
The Dolomiti Golf Club of Sarnonico follows that tradition. Opened in 1991, this 18-hole course is not only one of the most challenging of the area, but also one of the most beautiful.
The first nine holes, indeed, overlook the Brenta massif, crossing a green pine forest. The others are all oriented towards different towns or monuments of the area. Number 12 frames the town of Cavareno, number 13 – that one of Sarnonico, 14 – the hamlet of Fondo, while 16 displays the Seio bell tower.
A wonderful backdrop for a course 50 hectares large, dotted with wide and well-kept fairways and perfectly designed greens. Deep bunkers and water hazards appear here and there to make your rounds even more challenging and exciting.