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Golfing in Italy

 
 

Italy is becoming a great new golfing destination. It is possible to play golf all year round due to the mild climate. Italians have a big passion for sport. Famous Italian golfers are Costantino Rocco and the Molinari brothers. There are more than 270 courses throughout the whole of Italy. Many of these courses have been created by Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Robert Trent Jones.

The Italian Golf Federation work incredibly hard at promoting, organising and controlling golfing activity in Italy. They also organise national competitions, courses and training schemes. Michela Brambilla is Italy's Minister of Tourism and is currently championing golf in the country. There are reforms in place for many more courses to be built throughout the country. Many courses are currently being built in Sardinia and Sicily.

Italy has such spectacular landscape, making golf a pleasant experience. There are many golf courses in northern Italy particularly around Lake Como. Southern Italy is home to many impressive courses. There is a big attraction for golf in Naples. Not only are the courses themselves beautiful, but Naples has its own international airport, with connections across the world and domestic flights throughout Italy. In Naples there is also lots to see and do when not on the course. When playing golf in Naples the courses are enjoyed by holidaymakers and locals alike. Napoli Golf Course can be found 6 miles outside the city centre. There are 6 nine and eighteen holed courses around Napoli, all of which are of a high standard.

Playing golf in Italy is not as popular as playing in Spain or Portugal. This does however have the advantage that the courses are quieter and are kept in pristine condition. Tuition can be arranged for beginners and professionals alike. Clubhouses are the ideal place to relax and socialise in pleasant surroundings. A visitor is able to play a private course for the price of the green fees. Private clubs may limit the number of visitors playing a course. This is however not a problem because there are lots of public courses offering outstanding facilities.

There are many companies who are able to organise golf breaks. This takes the stress out of organising a golfing break. It does not matter if the player is travelling alone, combining the break with a family holiday or with a group of friends. Everyone has different requirements and the itinerary will be personally suited. These companies will be able to organise flights, accommodation, tee times and hotel transfers. The holiday can be arranged to suit all budgets and any special requirements will be considered. The personal itinerary can be incorporated to include sightseeing days. Accommodation can be arranged from self catering apartments to luxury hotels. Private villas near the course are even a possibility.

A golfing holiday in Italy is perfect for families because there are so many activities to do off the course that the two may complement each other. Apart from these amazing golf courses, the friendly, attentive staff will make this an unforgettable experience. Playing golf in Naples is certainly worth considering due to the ease of travelling to the area and the number of activities which are available off the course.


 

 


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