Rome is not only at the center of world history, it’s at the center of Italian golf history. The city boasts one of the oldest courses in the country, Acquasanta Golf, whose bucolic setting makes you forget you’re in the middle of Rome! Only at Acquasanta can you play in full-view of a centuries-old Roman aqueduct.
There are ten other championship courses
around Rome, some of which have hosted several World Cups: such as Le Querce Golf (hosting the World Cup in 1991); and Olgiata Golf (hosting in 1968 and 1984). Olgiata also hosted the Italian Open in 2002.
Below is a map from Il Mondo Golf Magazine showing Rome’s finest courses: