Udine Golf Club
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|Blue M: 69.2/117 W: 70.2/119||494||382||192||313||149||351||480||379||352||3092||351||187||296||435||356||515||187||324||338||2989||6081|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Lockers, Locker Rooms
Golf Club Udine is a challenging, yet fun course to play. I walked the course and it was a great workout with all the hills. The course is pretty technical, so course management comes in to play with all the doglegs and elevated greens. On the day that I went, it was early season so there was sand on the greens. It didn't really hinder my putting and actually helped me stick a couple of the greens a little better than how I might have fared. The front nine was great with the 1st tee rolling downhill to boost your ego off the bat with a long drive. The 6th is a sharp dogleg right that you can actually cut. The 7th is a fun par 5 with a blind dogleg left approach downhill. The back nine is when it turns into a roller coaster. The 14th is a tricky uphill dogleg right with 2 options. The 15th is a gorgeous, long par 5 that drops over a hill on your tee shot. Watch out for the pond on the left. The 16th is CRAZY! It's a par 3 with the flag on top of a hill about 20 meters higher than the tee box. The 18th is a great finishing hole with one of the largest greens I've ever played. Overall, this is a great course to play and I will highly recommend it to my friends.