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Golf de Murtoli

Murtoli is a Corsican history as only the Corsicans can tell it. The specificity of the Golf de Murtoli, designed by Kyle Phillips is proof of this. In its chosen "rusticity", the natural beauties of a double landscape (infinite sea on one side and immense mountains on the other), in the moving vicinity of the sheep, scents of immortals, it offers the opportunity to playing golf in the manner of a tournament on a demanding course with a very high quality playing ground.
This course has only 12 holes as at the beginning of the golf. Its course shaping, at this unusual point, is a concept that does not exist in our country nor, no doubt, in Europe but that responds to a growing need, that of freely playing a few holes or 18 holes according to its desire. Who will play a course to sharpen his set of irons, will do it on a configuration of 9 Par3. Who will want to test its length of play, will play on a configuration of 9 holes with 3 Par5 of 500 meters and Par4 of 300 and 400 meters. In truth, so many configurations for this course, that the professional players have not yet all anticipated. So that, every day, each beginners, average or confirmed golfers ... will be able to find "its course".

Golf de Murtoli Golf de Murtoli


Sartène, Corse.

20100 Sartène
Golf de Murtoli
  • Manager : 
    Staff :
    Pros : Yoann CHARTIER; Antoine MAISETTI

  • Features

    12 holes

    Architect : Kyle Phillips

    Putting green
    Approach Green

    Day : 100€
    including illimited practice and trolley

    Golf school (Adults and children)
    To rent : clubs, cars and troleys

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