Awarded by the prestigious Golf Digest magazine as the best Italian field for several years and ranked 18 times at the top of the Top Ten of Il Mondo del Golf, the Golf Club Biella "Le Betulle" is in effect one of the most prestigious fields in Italy. Made in the late '50s by the British architect John Morrison between woods, birches and soft rolling hills, requires an excellent game technique that, combined with the beautiful scenery, makes it the ideal theater for top level competitions.
The clubhouse houses a restaurant with two rooms that can accommodate up to 100 seats, a bar also great for quick snacks, a TV room, a room dedicated to cards and some lounges. The elegant guesthouse, in a distinguished body of the clubhouse, houses 20 rooms, all with private terrace.
How to get there
From Milan or Turin: A4 Motorway, in Santhià take direction Aosta and continue until the Albiano tollgate.
From Aosta or Turin: A5 motorway, take the Ivrea - Santhià branch and continue until the Albiano tollgate.
From the Albiano tollgate follow the provincial road 80 to the Bollengo roundabout, take the state road 338 which goes up the hill towards Magnano-Biella; stay on the main road until you meet the entrance to the Golf.