The charm of an exclusive place, the comfort of modernity oriented to all the family.
It’s striking location makes it unique in Europe: surrounded by the Olympic Alps and immersed in theLa Mandria Park, Royal Park I Roveri rises at a stone’s throw from the Palace of Venaria is the largest of the Savoy residences and is only 15 km from the centre of Turin and about 10 km from the airport of Caselle.
Royal Park I Roveri boasts an enviable location both from a logistic and setting point of view. The old Royal hunting reserve from which it has inherited the name is harmoniously immersed as it is in an age-old forest.
The deep breath and calmness of nature blends in well with the magic atmosphere of the Club, a mix between metropolitan chic and the respectful, silent, Savoy tradition.
Attention to detail, personalized services for members and guests, the wide range of structures for relaxation and wellness make Royal Park I Roveri a place of extraordinary excellence, not just for practicing the noble sport of golf.
The original course was built in 1971 by architect Robert Trent Jones Senior. Born June 20, 1906, Jones designed (or redesigned) about 500 golf courses worldwide. It was said jokingly: “The sun never sets on a Robert Trent Jones golf course”.
The courses designed by Jones are famous for landscape art, the innovative use of bunkers, the widespread use of water hazards and the skilful arrangement of greens and obstacles to encourage careful game strategy. In his view golf had to be without risks: a sport without rewards: his design encourages bold play..
In recent years the course has been extended by a further 18 holes whose design was entrusted to Michael Hurdzan.