Maremma Tuscany hosts the 2022 Senior Italian Open!

Argentario Golf Club, one of the courses of the Maremma Golf District, will host the Senior Italian Open from 21 to 23 October 2022. This is one of the most prestigious events on the schedule of the Legends Tour, which is the current name of the European Senior Tour and the official tour for players over 50.

The Legends Tour provides the most incredible amateur experience in golf with opportunities to play alongside Legends of golf!

Amateurs in or travelling to Maremma Tuscany will be able to play the Championship Pro-Am on 20 October (formula 1 pro + 3 amateurs) and a special 36-hole competition on 21 and 22 October, in which every amateur will be able to accompany two professionals.

Among the international champions who will compete are New Zealand’s Michael Campbell (former US Open champion), England’s Barry Lane (winner of five European Tour events), Paul Lawrie of Scotland (past Open Champion) and Italy’s Costantino Rocca and Peppo Canonica.

Located in Porto Ercole, southern Tuscany, Argentario Golf Club is the country’s only PGA National Golf Course Italy, awarded by the Professional Golfers’ Association in 2019.

For those who want to stay on the golf course during the Senior Italian Open, the 5-star Argentario Golf & Wellness Resort offers packages for stays from 2 to 5 nights, including breakfast, registration for the golf competitions, welcome dinner and awards ceremony, and entrance to the wellness centre.

For information and reservations, you can contact:

Argentario Golf Club
Tel. +39 0564 888 525
segreteria@argentariogolfclub.it

Argentario Golf & Wellness Resort
Tel. +39 0564 810292
booking@argentarioresort.it

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