Realized by Pete Dye’s youngest son, P.B. Dye, Parco di Roma golf course is one of the most challenging golf courses you can play in the city of Rome .  Reaching a total length of 7040 yard from the tips, the course is even longer considering the almost not-walkable distance you have between some of the holes. The starting and finishing holes are the lowest of the course, near the clubhouse, flat with no elevation changes, surrounded by trees and a small lake interest the final two holes. Between these the other fairways  are designed on the highest points of the property on an open plateau, with dramatic elevation changes, ravines to carry with your first or second shot and many blind shots. From the higher elevations you can enjoy wonderful panoramas of the city of Rome, including St. Peter’s cupola.