The first time the Ryder Cup will be played in Italy, Marco Simone Golf & Country Club will make history in September of 2023. Currently undergoing an extensive renovation program for the event, Marco Simone golf complex lies on the outskirts of Rome, with some holes offering views of St Peter’s iconic dome. Register your interest below to join Voyages.golf’s event wait-list for the 2023 Ryder Cup.
Offering 27-holes of brilliance on the outskirts of Rome, the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club is constructed around a castle built in the 11th century, so history is not lacking at Marco Simone! Founded in the 1970s, the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club is currently undergoing a renovation that is expected to be completed in mid-2020. The upcoming quality of the golf course will be world-class and you will have the opportunity to play it in the year leading up to the Ryder Cup, and abundant time afterwards.
The golf complex was designed by Jim Fazio in the late 1980s and has since been host to the Italian Open, though the course that is expected for 2023 will be a completely reconstructed golf course under the watchful eye of Tom Fazio II. The Ryder Cup and Italy have never been paired together in a sentence, so the hype and expectations of a fantastic event are already at all-time highs.
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Occurring over three days, The Ryder Cup has 28 matches in total. Friday and Saturday consist of Fourball and Foursome matches, while Sunday is for singles matches. Carefully selected teams from both sides of the Atlantic will contend for the highly coveted Ryder Cup. Drama, exhilaration, incredible golf and team camaraderie provides The Ryder Cup with a weekend filled with ultimate fun.
The tournament started: 1927
Format: USA v Europe, match play
Trophy: The Ryder Cup
Current champions: Team Europe won in 2018 with Thomas Bjorn captaining the side at Le Golf National, France
Most appearances: 11 (Nick Faldo and Phil Mickelson)
Most points: 25 (Nick Faldo)
Most singles points won: 7 (Colin Montgomerie, Billy Casper, Lee Trevino, Arnold Palmer, Neil Coles)
Youngest player: 19 years, 258 days (Sergio Garcia)
Oldest player: 51 years, 20 days (Raymond Floyd)
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