Frequently asked questions about Golf Holidays in Italy
What are the best golf courses in Italy?
The top-rated golf courses in Italy are found at the many venues that have hosted The Italian Open and European Tour events. Golfers heading to Turin will be sure to try out Royal Park Roveri which is the home of Italy's most famous golfing brothers, Francesco and Eduardo Molinari. Other stand out courses are 2023 Ryder Cup venue Marco Simone Golf Club near Milan and the incredibly picturesque Verdura Golf Resort which was designed by Kyle Phillips.
Is golf expensive in Italy?
Golf holidays in Italy are similar in price to those found in other popular countries in Europe such as Spain and Portugal. 3 Nights and 2 Rounds of golf is around £250 per person, depending on when you travel and where, prices can increase significantly with 5 star packages in the summer will be around £750 for a similar package.
How many golf courses are there in Italy?
There are over 250 golf courses available to play in Italy with a wide variety of different styles from parkland to treelined to even the likes of Verdura Golf Resort which is a links style layout set out in the island of Sicily. Most of the golf courses are found in the north of Italy with golf also available on both of the islands of Sardinia and Sicily.