Golf in Italy we committ ourself to allow our customers to golf in the perfect golf course letting them choose among the most astonishing golf clubs. We offer golf packages and holidays, teetime booking in the best locations in Italy like Garda Lake, Tuscany, Rome, Sicily and all other italian regions were you can play golf at the most modern facilities.
Golf in Italy has a long tradition. The Italian golf federation was founded in 1927. Italy has many golf courses - currently there are 256 - but most of them are concentrated in the North. The climate and Italian cuisine complement the unique golfing experience. The best season to golf in Italy is from May to October. July is the month with the least rain, but also with the highest temperatures.
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Known for its fine wines and exquisite cuisine, to the untrained eye Italy is a country with comparatively little golfing pedigree as opposed to Spain and other areas of Europe. However, those who adopt this view are in for a treat as you will learn that Italy is home to some of Europe’s leading golf courses and when you put this together with its incredible natural scenery and array of world renowned vineyards; it becomes hard to look past it as one of the great all round golfing destinations.
Becoming the host nation of the 2022 Ryder Cup has bolstered Italy’s reputation as golfing destination and put it on the map for all to see. Francesco Molinari’s victory at the 2018 Open Championship has also given Italian golf the boost it deserves. For those looking for some fun in the sun on some of Europe’s leading championship courses then make Italy your next golf holiday.
You can choose to base yourself around the ‘eternal city' of Rome, the magnificent centre of Florence or chic Milan, where the cultural and historical attractions all but match the fine array of golf courses.
Alternatively, head to the glamourous Italian lakes of Garda and Como for a golf escape in style, where the magnificent hotels exude class. If a slower pace sounds appealing, then consider rural Tuscany, the countryside of Emilia Romagna, or Puglia in Italy's south, while the island destinations of Sicily and Sardinia combine great golf with quintessential traditional charm and outstanding beaches.
All these options are different, but every one benefits from the Italian constants of fantastic gastronomy and amazing hospitality, which is why so many people are choosing Italy for their latest golf holilday.