According to golf insiders, the Pevero Golf Club—with its unforgettable panorama—is heralded as one of the most stunning golf courses in the world. Opened in 1972 under the direction of legendary golf course and landscape architect Robert Trent Jones, the course gained international acclaim so rapidly that it was elected to host the 1978 Italian Golf Open. To this day, the Pevero Golf Club attracts a loyal clientele of the most experienced and passionate golf players from across the globe.
The four-square-mile course is nestled in between the glittering emerald waters of the bay of Cala di Volpe and the Gulf of Pevero—in the very heart of the fabulous Costa Smeralda. Likened to a lush green carpet, the sweeping fairways and meticulous greens not only benefit from the brilliance of the original design, but also from the continuous research conducted on the wind, rain, soil, and temperature changes by the dedicated staff of greenkeepers.
The 6,107 meters long, 18-hole course—par 72, handicap ladies 36 and gentlemen 36—is surrounded by a wind-swept landscape of eroded rock formations, natural lakes, and the enchanting fragrance of juniper, myrtle, and wild strawberry so typical of the Mediterranean maquis. The Mistral—the renowned northwest wind of the region—increases the challenge of each shot, creating a thrilling and unrepeatable golfing experience.
Due to its untainted natural beauty, its exclusive atmosphere, and its unique technical characteristics, the Pevero Golf Club is considered one of the most fascinating, memorable, and perhaps challenging courses in the world. This golf course features an expert putting and pitching green, a bunker and chipping green, and a driving range with 20 outdoor and 5 indoor spaces perfect for instruction and practice. A golf pro is available for private lessons. The club requires that soft spike shoes are worn during play. Children over the age of six are welcome under the supervision of an adult.