The Barlassina Country Club was founded in the early 50s and since its foundation has always been the ideal meeting place between the passion for golf and the desire to share time with friends.
The evocative 18 holes were created by the inspiration of the Englishman John S. F. Morrison, assisted by Donald Harradine, inside the Groane park and developed in the hills of the splendid bucolic landscape, making the club a unique place to get away from the chaos of the big city.
The club house, designed by the architect Luigi Vietti, recalls the atmosphere of a country house inhabited by a large family loving party. The elegant but at the same time welcoming atmosphere has given the structure a charm and elegance that have enchanted many, so much that Michelangelo Antonioni chose it as a set for the film "La Notte" in 1960, with Jeanne Moreau and Marcello Mastroianni.
Every detail has been carefully studied to allow members and guests to enjoy the life of the club: from the elegant restaurant with its historic rooms, the large fireplace and the panoramic terrace to the beautiful swimming pool surrounded by impressive beech trees, passing from the sunny buvette, up to the gym, everything will make you live a unique experience.
How to get there
Milan-Como expressway, 22 km from the center of Milan, exit Barlassina, go through the town and turn left between two yellow buildings.