Founded in the early 1950s by a group of friends, the Barlassina Country Club has always been the meeting place between the passion for golf and the pleasure of sharing time with friends. The exclusive location, surrounded by the Groane park, makes the club a unique place to get away from the chaos of the big city to enjoy the beauty of a day among the evocative 18 holes (created by the inspiration of the Englishman John SF Morrison, assisted by Donald Harradine), which develop among the hills of the splendid bucolic landscape. The long history of the club and the affection shown by the members are our pride and proof of how this goal is achieved and reconfirmed every day thanks to the passion that each member of our staff demonstrates in their work.
Designed by architect Luigi Vietti, the club house is reminiscent of the country house of a large party-loving family. The style of the club recreates, even in its structures, an elegant but at the same time welcoming atmosphere. The charm and elegance of the club house have enchanted many, so much so that Michelangelo Antonioni chose it as the set for the film "La Notte" in the 1960s, with Jeanne Moreau and Marcello Mastroianni. The enchanting structure houses inside all the services to allow members and guests to enjoy the life of the club to the fullest. From the elegant restaurant with its historic rooms, the large fireplace and the panoramic terrace, to the beautiful swimming pool surrounded by imposing beech trees, passing from the sunny buvette, to the new gym,
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