Golf Club Le Fronde
Located at the mouth of Val di Susa, Golf Club Le Fronde stretches over 70 hectares, including both hilly and flat landscapes. The course is technically demanding and alternates between very challenging holes and others that are less difficult.
The par of 71 for a course of around 6,000 m should not mislead anyone who doesn’t know the course, because the positioning of lakes, bunkers and centuries old trees requires great skill.
50 years of history
Where today there is a golf course, there once stood the Nobel dynamite factory of which there are still a few bunkers and other traces that are integrated into the course.
In the early 1970s, Giuseppe Maggiora made his dream into reality: he built Golf Club Le Fronde.
The project was entrusted to John Harris, who cleverly constructed the 18 holes to make the best use of the natural beauty of the landscape.
Le Fronde has a warm and welcoming Club House, where friends can meet and
enjoy the restaurant's excellent cuisine.
Each hole allows players to enjoy an exclusive view, which frames the mountains of the valley from different angles: above all the Rocciamelone, along with the majesty of St Michael's Abbey, which looks like it could be reached with a... good drive!
The golf course
As the name suggests, "Le Fronde" (“branches” in English) is a quite long and narrow parkland, venue of prestigious tournaments over the years.