Pacific Links International Welcomes Antognolla Golf

Antognolla Golf.

Umbria, Italy: Antognolla Golf continues to demonstrate its re-emergence as a high quality golf property by being accepted into the Pacific Links International Network.

Pacific Links International is a global reciprocal network of world class golf properties and destinations, of over 450 member clubs in 44 countries.

Member properties include the likes of Le Golf National in France, The Centurion Club and Stoke Park in the United Kingdom, Trump International in the United Arab Emeriates, the Farm at Cape Kidnappers in New Zealand and PGA Catalunya Resort in Spain.

“Antognolla is a beautiful golf course in a wonderful location and we are delighted to welcome them to Pacific Links International. We look forward to our members experiencing Italy and Antognolla,” said Rudy Anderson, President of Pacific Links International, an Executive Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.

César Burguière, Golf Director at Antognolla Golf, said: “To be welcomed into Pacific Links International, alongside some world class golf properties, is a great privilege for Antognolla.

“It demonstrates that the renovation work and investment into the golf course, operation and team, is paying off. Antognolla Golf is re-emerging as one of the best golf experiences in Italy and we will be delighted to welcome members of Pacific Links to this wonderful location in Umbria.

“It also acts as a valuable additional benefit to our growing membership family, as they will be welcomed as reciprocal members and gain access to preferential rates at an outstanding array of golf properties around the world.”

Antognolla Golf underwent significant upgrade work in 2018, with all bunkers being completely renovated, an irrigation upgrade, new driving range and extensive drainage programme, which has made Antognolla an all year-round destination.

The renovations have matured well and Antognolla has just played host to the PGA of Italy Championship.

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