According to the course's website, the Castiglion del Bosco Golf Club is Italy's only private golf club set within a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Membership to the club is by invitation only and the course was designed by Tom Weiskopf, who designed the winner of the British Open.
It is owned by John Philips, former ambassador to Italy under Barack Obama Spacious: There are two group dining rooms in the building, allowing for a total of 44 people to be seated across them.
All of this has been made open to the Obamas, who are traveling from Milan, 197 miles northwest of the village, at the weekend.
There are also courts for fans of tennis, basketball and the Italian bowling game bocce, as well as a group spa, sauna and steam room, a swimming pool, and a gym and fitness center.
And visitors are cared for by a staff of 19, including a concierge, executive chef, wait staff, bartender and housekeepers.
While former president Barack Obama hit the links on the first day of their Tuscany vacation, his wife Michelle was spotted taking in the sights in Montalcino almost 70 miles away.
The former first lady wore an off-the-shoulder pink top, with white ripped jeans, Morgenthal Frederics sunglasses and white sandals as she wandered around the stunning Italian hill town on Saturday, accompanied by members of her security team.
Barack seemed to relish getting behind the wheel of the golf cart - something he wasn't allowed to do while he was in the White House as presidents are not allowed to drive.