There aren't many golf courses near Rome, and not many reviews available on Trip Advisor or elsewhere on the Internet. Olgiata appeared to be our best overall choice though there are pluses and minuses. The course is about a half hour taxi ride from the center of Rome. While the taxi ride came to 37 euros on the way there, we were charged 80 euros for the trip back. I took the driver at her word that there was a surcharge for the trip from the outskirts to the city, but you should factor these travel costs into your equation when determining whether it's worth it. Olgiata is a private club within a gated community. They didn't seem to get many outside visitors, but were accepting of us nonetheless. Our hotel concierge advised that advance tee times weren't taken and that we should just go whenever we wanted to. Not a bad idea to check ahead, though. We rented clubs, which weren't great. (I don't recall the exact cost, but it seemed to be about what I was expecting. And I did get to blame the clubs for my poor round.). The course itself was in reasonably good condition and the cost was 100 euros per person for the greens fee. Electric riding carts were extra. It was a fairly difficult layout with a lot of sand and water, and fast greens. Sprinklers did not have yardage markings but there were 100 and 150 markers (meters, not yards). All in all, I was pleased with the overall experience. After all, I was able to play golf in Italy!