The Ryder Cup is the most important and prestigious golf event in the world. You only play for glory, there is only the cup and the honor of victory up for grabs: no prize money. The event puts the United States and Europe in front and is the only sporting competition in which the Old Continent competes as a team. The race is scheduled in Rome and the official game venue will be the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club. The event, the third most followed event in the world after the Olympics and the World Cup, will certainly be a spot for Rome but can also turn into a deal between job opportunities, increased tourism and a contribution to the growth of the economy.
2023 Ryder Cup has become for Italy a fundamental event for the future not only of golf but of all sport. Few people know that this is the third most popular sports competition in the world, second only to the Olympic Games and the World Cup. The event attracts an average of 300 thousand fans from more than 60 nations and is broadcast live by over 50 broadcasters in 200 countries with 600 million viewers.
The 44th edition of the Ryder Cup, history, tradition and charm will be on stage in Rome, at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, three spectacular race days preceded by another three days of practice.
With the arrival of the Ryder Cup in Rome in 2023, Italy’s visibility to 80 million golf tourists from all over the world is growing every month. The watchword is: “customized tourist offers”, a concrete solution that will immediately bear fruit and that will last over the years, well beyond 2022, if well structured and organized starting today.
If you plan to organize your visit to Italy, more precisely in Rome for the 2023 Ryder Cup, you will find many useful tips below that will help you “build” your golf experience. The forecast is a massive influx of fans from all over the world. We advise you to move in advance with regards to reserving hotels, villas, apartments, tours & activities, green fees.
- 1 GOLF COURSES AROUND ROME
- 1.1 General Map
- 1.2 Golf Club Website
- 2 ROMAN WEATHER
- 3 WHERE TO STAY IN ROME
- 4 WHAT TO EAT IN ROME
- 5 WHERE TO EAT IN ROME
- 6 YOUR EXTRA – GOLF FREE TIME IN ROME
- 7 THE MOST BEAUTIFUL VILLAGES IN ITALY – Around Rome
- 8 HOW TO REACH ROME
- 9 TRAVEL INSURANCE
- 10 CALL TO ACTION
GOLF COURSES AROUND ROME
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Golf Club Website
Olgiata Golf Club
Some tips on golf courses:
To book Tee Time, it is best to send an email to the secretary of the Golf Club you have chosen, asking for availability, obviously indicating the day and an indicative time. You can find the e-mail address by opening the Golf Club website and then searching for “contacts” or some Golf Clubs have the form to fill out to get the Tee Time. I think it’s better to send an email to the Secretariat. Opens General Map at the point of the Golf Club. You can have the necessary information to reach the playing field or to know the distances for example from the Hotel you have chosen for the stay.
Rome, Italian capital, city of art, culture and events. This beautiful city lives at a fairly chaotic pace and obviously has a large number of visitors. The reason? Rome is the perfect city to visit at any time of the year! In all seasons Rome is beautiful and alive, thanks to its favorable climate and multiple events, such as fairs, exhibitions and concerts, for all kinds. In short, we are talking about a city that is always worth visiting and that will never bore you.
The climate of Rome is Mediterranean and in every season the city is sunny and has mild temperatures, never too low. Winter and autumn are the seasons that see the most rain, autumn is very humid, while winter is cold mainly during the night.
Snow is rare and it is said that it does not snow every year. Instead summer and spring are very hot and sunny, with rare afternoon thunderstorms but a lot of heat, especially in the summer months.
Rome in Spring
In the spring months the days are warm and pleasant, with temperatures around 15 ° C that will allow you to take a nice tour of the main sites and go to the discovery of the ancient city, without suffering terribly from the heat, as it happens in summer. For example, do not miss the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Roman Forum, the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona and the Pantheon, which can be visited with a guided walking tour that will make you discover the most interesting aspects of the city and its monuments.
Rome in summer
The Roman summer is very dry and hot, characterized by constant heat and practically rare rainy days. Temperatures reach 30 ° C, while in the height of summer they touch 40 ° C. In short, Rome in summer is suitable mainly for those who are used to the heat and do not suffer so much!
A solution can be a walk on the Lungotevere refreshed by the gentle breeze of the river, stopping in the various gardens and parks that will present you. To give you some ideas we remind you of the Bio Park and the Botanical Garden, both large and beautiful.
Along the walk you will also meet Castel Sant’Angelo also surrounded by a beautiful garden.
Rome in the Autumn
As we have already said, autumn is very humid and rainy and this is certainly not the best weather condition for visiting the city in a peaceful way. Temperatures are still acceptable, but rain could hinder your stay in the city.
However, you can take advantage of it and take hours to fully visit the Vatican with its interesting museums and, if the day you have chosen is not so bad, even the immense gardens.
Rome in Winter
Rome is not the classic European city that during the winter turns white creating the typical winter and Christmas atmosphere, on the contrary, snow in Rome is rare and temperatures do not drop below zero, at most they reach 5 ° C. But despite this, the city does not miss anything and does its best to live up to all the others and offer, even in the absence of snow, an inviting and hospitable environment. In fact, the Christmas markets are set up in Piazza Navona for the entire holiday period. This is the perfect combination for those who do not like excessive cold but do not want to give up the tradition of the Christmas markets.
WHERE TO STAY IN ROME
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WHAT TO EAT IN ROME
When you think of Rome, historical monuments and buildings, shopping streets and artists’ shops immediately come to mind. But the capital also offers a respectable culinary culture, with traditional dishes that will make you lick your mustache!
Rigatoni con la pajata
Pajata is the small intestine of milk-fed veal, cooked stewed and with tomato for a rather long time. The digestion of such a first course requires several hours, so it is preferable to eat it for lunch, but the taste is true and characteristic.
Bucatini alla Gricia
The only ingredients for the dressing: cheek of Abruzzo origin and pecorino romano. When Amatrice decided to add tomato, the best known amatriciana pasta was born
Trippa alla romana
A dish that is not very easy to digest. Tripe is made up of different parts of bovine stomach and in the Roman recipe it is cooked with the sauce with the addition of a few mint leaves.
Spaghetti cacio e pepe
It might seem the easiest pasta in the world to prepare, but it is not like that: getting a good creaming using only pecorino and pepper is really an art.
The lamb is the protagonist of every feast on the Roman table, regardless of the season in which it is celebrated. The scottadito recipe provides a quick grilling, which makes it crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, and etiquette wants it to be consumed strictly with your hands!
Carciofi alla giudia
To make this Jewish dish of the Roman tradition you can only use breast artichokes put in whole boiling oil and left to fry to have a crispy result on the outside and soft inside.
It is a typical Lazio pastry made in the oven, garnished with fresh whipped cream. Boyfriends used to give it to their promises during Lent.
Saltimbocca alla romana
Well-beaten veal slices, stuffed with cooked ham and sage and kept closed with a toothpick. To be fried strictly in butter!
Coda alla vaccinara
Veal tail cooked in the sauce slowly, so as to make it so soft that the meat must detach itself from the bone without having to use the knife. Definitely the least touristy and most authentic dish of Roman cuisine!
An excellent digestive and a fantastic refreshing in the sultry summer afternoons: the grattachecca is nothing more than a glass of crushed ice at the moment and flavored with fruit syrup. It will make you become children again in an instant.
WHERE TO EAT IN ROME
To facilitate your search and choice of the best Michelin restaurant / tavern in ROME area I insert link to the Michelin Guide website. Enjoy your meal!
Why choose “Osterie d’Italia”
- It is welcoming and convivial
- It has a fair value for money
- He knows the raw material he uses
- Work proximity products
- He knows how to propose wine even if it is the one of the house (“in short, the first symbol that adopted the guide, which came before the snail” is valued)
- It has no tasting menu
- It does not mimic the important restaurant and is proud of its popular roots
- It is modern without denying the past
- It does not chase fashions, but often anticipates them
- He has a good host or more than one
The awarded “Chiocciole”:
Acuto – Nu’ Trattoria Italiana dal 1960
Campodimele – Lo Stuzzichino
Caprarola – Trattoria del Cimino
Farnese – La Piazzetta del Sole
Grottaferrata – L’Oste della Bon’Ora
Olevano Romano – Sora Maria e Arcangelo
Paliano – La Polledrara – Book a room
Piglio – Osteria del Vicolo Fatato
Roma – Da Armando al Pantheon
Roma – Pro Loco D.O.L.
Roma – Trattoria Popolare L’Avvolgibile
The “Slow Food Presidia”
The Presidia sustain quality production at risk of extinction, protect unique regions and ecosystems, recover traditional processing methods, safeguard native breeds and local plant varieties.
- Roman Countryside Caciofiore
- Arsoli Bean
- Monti Reatini Giuncata
- Palestrina and Castel San Pietro Romano Giglietto Biscuit
- Priverno Chiacchietegli Broccoli
- Rascino Lentil
- Roman Coastline Tellina
- Roman Countryside Caciofiore
- Vallepietra Giant Bean
- Viterbo Susianella
YOUR EXTRA – GOLF FREE TIME IN ROME
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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL VILLAGES IN ITALY – Around Rome
Why visit the most beautiful villages in Italy?
Because in the villages of Italy the essence of Italianness is rediscovered.
More and more tourists are attracted to those small perched villages that convey the essence of the beauty of our country.
The villages are like this: they are discovered by traveling, climbing the valleys or descending sheer above the sea towards the cliffs close to the waves. Microscopic pearls of Italian art and beauty that increasingly attract thousands of tourists from all over the world who, in addition to the traditional Florence, Rome, Milan or Venice, come to Italy to taste what is most Italian: the ancient village.
- Castel Gandolfo – The good retreat of the Popes
- Castel San Pietro Romano – Bread, love and imagination
- Subiaco – The first monastery of San Benedetto
HOW TO REACH ROME
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CALL TO ACTION
You have everything you need to organize your next Golf Holiday in absolute freedom to choose when, where, how. If you need help, you don’t understand how some reservations work, don’t hesitate to send us a simple email, we will try to solve your problem. Mail: email@example.com