Distance 6.586 M
Eighteen holes skilfully scattered by an area of 620.000 m2, the Cima Course show themselves very competitive with dog-legs to the right and to the left and greens well protected by sand hazards and lakes, particularly holes 16, 17 and 18. A stream with dams and permanent flowing water crosses holes 4, 5, 6 and 13. The greens have been seeded with Bent Crenshaw. Tees and fairways are covered with Zoysia.
Cima Course is indeed a paradise to those golfers who love to be always in contact with nature. Old centenary olive and carob trees, together with the surrounding orange trees and vineyards, maintain the originality of the region landscape.
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