THE COURSE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

The course is a par 34 (2215 m - 2422 yds) managed by the Golf Club Roncegno Valsugana. The path that runs along the Larganza stream and the Brenta Vecchio river sometimes crosses woods, in others it runs alongside vineyards and orchards; it passionate every player who must make good use of all the irons and woods in the bag.

The facility also includes a driving range, putting green and pitching green and it is completed by six green set tennis courts, a five-a-side football pitch with synthetic grass, a multipurpose court for basketball / volleyball and a playground, all served by a large parking lot.

Among the services, bar with terrace, large meeting room, welcoming changing rooms with showers and bag storage room.

 

The golf course is a small jewel from a landscape and environmental point of view.

A few meters from the golf club is the biotope "Palude di Roncegno" on the western bank of the Rio Chiavona, directly accessible from the Valsugana cycling path. The main characteristics of this reserve are the constant presence of water and the existence of one of the last but more important riparian woods on the valley floor of the Autonomous Province of Trento.

The holes of the golf course have a common denominator in the water element, between the Larganza stream and the Brenta Vecchio river. The crystalline water of the Larganza stream flows directly from the springs of Mount Fravort, about 1500 meters above Roncegno Terme, and forms various waterfalls along the golf course. The Brenta Vecchio river instead comes from the lakes of Levico and Caldonazzo.

For these reasons and in the midst of this natural environment, it is not unlikely that you will encounter birds such as the dipper, the mallard or the gray heron. Skirting orchards and above all the woods of the valley floor it is easy to be disturbed by the red woodpecker or the green woodpecker, to hear the flutter of the hoopoe, the water rail and the greenish reedbill; higher in the sky, but always fascinating, remain hawks and buzzards. There are also many mammals that sometimes visit the field such as hares, roe deer and more rarely deer and small foxes.