Marco Simone Golf and Country Club (Rome, Italy)

The Marco Simone Golf and Country Club features an 18-hole Championship course and a nine-hole Resort course. The club which opened in 1989 is due to host the 2023 Ryder Cup, after the event was postponed by a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Named after the 11th century castle of Marco Simone that sits at the centre of the club, the 1994 Italian Open was also hosted at the venue and was won by Argentinian Eduardo Romero.

Established: 1989

Holes: 27

Par: 72 (Course Campionato) & 32 (Course Nord)

Address: Via di Marco Simone, 84/88, 00012 Guidonia RM, Italy

Location & Travel to Marco Simone Golf and Country Club

The Marco Simone Golf and Country Club is located just over 10 miles to the northeast of the centre of Rome.

Air – Rome has two major airports: Leonardo da Vinci Airport – Fiumicino which is 50 km from the golf club, whilst Rome Ciampino Airport is 25km away.

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Train – Termini Central Station is located 22km away from the golf club.

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Playing at Marco Simone Golf and Country Club

Green fees in 2021 were €160 for the Championship Course or €50 for the nine-hole Resort Course. Further information is available on the official website here.

Further Information & Events

Marco Simone Golf and Country Club Official Website

Last Updated on April 21, 2021 by Sports Tourist

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