At Montecatini you will find a natural course laid out among the splendid Tuscan hills which blends in very well with the countryside. It has 18 holes, each one different from the others, where the famous architect Croze has perfectly succeeded in harmonizing natural obstacles (lakes, streams, woods and ditches) with the rolling nature of the ground, creating a peculiar and entertaining course. The numerous dog-legs require precise interpretation and are suitable for golfers who want to optimize their view of the course as it develops. The greens present the same general characteristics as the rest of the course maintaining the same degree of difficulty. The maintenance that the Montecatini Golf Club has received in these years have brought it to an excellent level, suiting the needs of even the most demanding golfers.