La Rocca course at Golf Del Ducato stands in the heart of the Food Valley, where golf and gastronomy blend to form a magical union. Founded in 1985 on the outskirts of the Boschi di Carrega reserve and just 10 minutes from Parma, it stands amid oak and acacia woods, splendid small lakes and gently rolling hills that give life to an extraordinary parkland of 18 holes with unforgettable views. The club restaurant is renowned for its traditional regional dishes and local specialties, focusing in particular on two excellences that are famous worldwide - Parmigiano Reggiano cheese and Parma ham. Initially part of the landed estate of the Farnese family and then of the Bourbons, the city of Parma offers the exclusive charm that only exists where history and culture have marked the passing of time.
The delicate course isn’t particularly demanding and develops, with many hills, in a silent and magnificent valley where you can enjoy breathtaking views. In the first months of 2018 the course was subjected to big restoration interventions and now presents with renewed greens and tees and excellent maintenance.