How to plan a golf trip abroad: infographic

GolfOnline has created an interesting and helpful infographic on how to plan a golf trip. The graphic goes into detail including tips on money matters, packing, booking tee times, and etiquette – virtually every aspect that a golfer should take into consideration to smoothly plan a golf trip. There is also a section on golf […]

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A mini guide to golf on Italy’s islands

After exploring golf courses in north, the center and the south of Italy, our Italian golf tour ends on the beautiful islands of Sicily and Sardinia. Surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, both regions feature breathtaking sea and countryside landscapes, delicious gastronomy and lots of cultural and historic sights. Dotting the islands are some fun golf […]

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A mini guide to golf in southern Italy

It is time for the third instalment in IGolfItaly’s mini guide on Golf in Italy. Following the articles on Golf in the North  and Golf in the Center of the boot, here is a brief presentation on the best golf courses towards the toe and the heel of this beautiful country. CAMPANIA: The homeland of […]

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Bio Farm, Maremma Tuscany

Rustic golf in Tuscany

Tuscany offers a vast array of accommodation types for all pockets and tastes, from budget hostels to luxury resorts with styles that vary from classic decor to modern design furnishings. But for traveling golfers wishing to live an authentic experience that embodies the rural essence of traditional Tuscany, the best option is to stay in […]

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A mini guide to golf in northern Italy

Following the first post on Golf in Central Italy, today’s guide focuses on the north of the boot, with its picturesque golf courses and tourist activities. There are some great golf courses across all of northern Italy. In particular, the region of Veneto alone boasts about 40 golf courses. Venice, one of the most famous […]

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A mini guide to golf in central Italy

“I drove across a lot of Italian countryside and never saw a single golf course” “I just spent 10 days in Tuscany and no locals knew of any golf courses 🙁 ” This is how some Reddit users reacted to a photo I posted of a sunny golf course among olive groves in Tuscany. This […]

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How to plan a golf break?

For many people, this is one of those eternal questions: are you better off planning a trip on your own or with the support of an agency?  Here are some tips on how to plan a golf break! A DIY trip could be good if you have some sort of local knowledge of the place you […]

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Golf in Maremma Tuscany: what’s not to love?!

This report by GolfingWorldTV shows some spectacular images of golf courses in southern Tuscany’s area known as Maremma, nestled between the sea and rolling hills covered with vineyards. The video explains how golf complements other activities that can be enjoyed locally at their best expression, for example wine tasting, visiting nature parks, and enjoying spa […]

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Why play golf in Italy? For the complete experience!

Italy is becoming the next big thing in the golf travel world. Northern European golfers who traditionally choose Spain and Turkey for the mild weather, are increasingly turning to Italy for a less “touristy”, more authentic experience. In fact, relatively warm and sunny weather in central and southern Italy means that golf can be enjoyed […]

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