Pevero - Golf Course in Italy

About Pevero

By 1972, his idea had come true when an 18-hole, 6717-yard layout designed by american golf course architects robert trent jones and ron kirby opened to widespread praise – so much so that it was selected six years later to host the italian open, which was won by dale hayes. Pevero is a bold venture, and this strategic course is situated on the side of a rocky, jagged coastline. On a bright day, the views over the turquoise sea to distant corsica are breathtaking.

The outer half of the course winds its way around pevero bay in an anti-clockwise direction, with water appearing on two consecutive holes – the 6th and 7th. the former is a shallow par four that doglegs left to a green guarded by a pond to the west, while the latter is a long par three with water to the front and left and a putting surface guarded by five greenside bunkers.

The back nine follows the beach of cala di volpe (the bay of foxes) in a clockwise circle, and it, too, has a pair of water holes. Both the tee shot and the approach shot are challenged on the 321-yard par four 16th, which has a pond short left of the fairway and another deep right, alongside the green. Water in front of the green and two bunkers in the back trap overhit tee shots on the 182-yard par three 17th.

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