With the 2022 Ryder Cup in Italy and the newfound success of superstar golfer Francisco Molinari, golf breaks and golf holidays in Italy are taking giant strides.
With some of the most picturesque landscape in Europe, its not hard to see why Italy has so many spectacular golf courses from the stylish Italian Lakes of Garda, Como and Maggiore in the North, to Puglia in the South of Italy that boasts some beautiful golf resorts. Bologna in the Emilia Romagna region, some great hotels and courses and for many the gastronomic capital of Italy. Rural Tuscany, a favourite destination for many years for those looking for something more relaxed and a slower pace of life with some stunning courses sprawling the Tuscan countryside. Lets not forget the island of Sicily, the largest of the Italian Islands and with the Sicilian Open part of the European Tour, Sicily has become a serious golf destination of the highest quality.
One thing is for sure, wherever you choose to play your golf in Italy the amazing Italian hospitality and fantastic gastronomy will never be far away.
Map of Italy and nearby courses
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Toscana Resort Castelfalfi takes its visitors on a magical journey through time, from the historical charm of its medieval heritage to the luxury of its modern accommodations.View Tuscany Verdura Golf and Spa Resort 4 Nights
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The 27 holes of this charming club wind their way through pinewoods andsalt lakes in a setting of rare natural beauty just a short distance from the sea. The first 9 holes, were built as classic Scottish links, whilst the second nine were inspired by the great American courses.View Northern Italy Argentario Golf Club
The Argentario Golf Club, which hosts various important golf tournaments in Italy, features 18 panoramic holes for a total of 6,840 yards. The course has been awarded theAgri Cert certification for its bio eco-compatibility, and all products used for its maintenance are completely natural.View Tuscany Donnafugata Golf Club
Donnafugata has two top-class 18-hole Championship golf courses on-site. The Links Course, designed by Franco Piras, is very different in nature to the Parkland Course.View Sicily Golf Club Bologna
One of the classic Italian courses, designed by Cotton & Harris and built in 1959, the Bologna Golf Club is situated on splendid rolling countryside with marvellous sweeping panoramic views across the surrounding hills and plains.View Northern Italy Golf Club CastellArquato
CastellArquato Golf Club stands at the point where the valleysaround Piacenza meet the hillsides of Parma. The course is set in 64 hectares of countryside at about 220 metres above sea level. It is just a few kilometres from Piacenza and near the beautiful medieval borough of CastellArquato.View Northern Italy Golf Club Le Fonti
The course, which stretches a total of 7128 yards to a par of 72, is varied and entertaining both for experienced players and beginners. The clubhouse provides catering services with an excellent restaurant that develops the local traditions of food and wine with flair and great hospitality.View Northern Italy Il Picciolo Golf Club
Il Pcciolo Golf Club is close to the hotel and has a fine 18-hole golf course located in an enchanting setting of woodland and vineyards with oak, hazelnut, pine and eucalyptus trees flanking the fairways.View Sicily Modena Golf & Country Club
The Modena Golf & Country Club is situated in a strategic position and it can be reached, quickly and easily, from any direction. In fact, downtown Modena (only 10 km away), Sassuolo, Vignola, Carpi and other interesting towns are all nearby.View Northern Italy Molino del Pero Golf Club
Molino del Pero Golf Club has an 18-hole par 70 course that covers over 6,000 yards and is varied, technical and fun. Set in the magnificent Apennines near Bologna, it combines the exigencies of the most skilled players with those of players who consider golfa way to enjoy the surroundings.View Northern Italy Poggio dei Medici Golf Club
PoggiodeiMedici opened in 1992, measures 7,114 yards from the back tees with a Par of 73 and is one of the finest golf courses in Italy. Designed by the architect Alvise Rossi Fioravanti and by the golfer Baldovino Dassu, it was built to USGA standards.View Tuscany Rimini Verucchio Golf Club
The course, designed by the famous American architect Brian M. Silva, extends over thelush green expanse of the Valmarecchia Park. All around, it offers unrivalled and trulybreathtaking views of the medieval boroughs of Verucchio, Torriana and San Leo.View Northern Italy Rivieragolf
The Rivieragolf course meanders along the right bank of the River Conca, an area of outstanding natural beauty and notable avifaunal interest. The 18-hole course was planned by the famous designer Graham Cooke to adapt to the gently rolling hills of the countryside near San Giovanni in Marignano.View Northern Italy Salsomaggiore Golf & Thermae
Situated on the gentle hills of Salsomaggiore and set in a natural paradise of 70 hectares, SalsomaggioreGolf & Thermae is the ideal place for a holiday break in a haven of peace and quiet, far from the noise and bustle of city life.View Northern Italy San Domenico Golf Club
San Domenico Golf Club is located between the ancient city of Egnathia (5th B.C.) and the Savelletri marina. The course is flanked by the rocky lining of the Adriatic Sea to the east and the vegetable fields and olive groves to the west.View Southern Italy Verdura Golf Club
Verdura is home to 2 superb 18-hole golf courses set within citrus, orange and olive groves with stunning views of the resort and sea. The East and West courses were designed by Kyle Phillips who blended the courses through the natural landscape and maintained the character of the terrain.View Sicily