Italian Open Tickets
The Italian Open, a European Tour Rolex Series event
The Italian Open golf tournament has recently moved to one of the most picturesque golf courses to have hosted it in its almost century-long history, the Gardagolf Country Club on the shores of Lake Garda in Brescia. This gives golf fans the opportunity to watch some of the world's top golfers competing against the backdrop of the northern Italian Alps. Buy or sell Italian Open tickets on StubHub to book your place now.
A golf tournament that's toured the whole of Italy
The Italian Open golf championship is one of Europe's oldest golf tournaments. It was played for the first time at Golf Club Alpino di Stresa, located in a lovely small town alongside Lake Maggiore, Stresa. This Piedmont town has also become known for the annual Stresa Festival, one of Europe's most appreciated classical music gatherings, which dates back to 1961. The tournament has taken place in towns and cities over the entire length and breadth of Italy over the decades and has also twice been staged across the Tyrrhenian Sea on the nearby island of Sardinia. The town that has hosted it the greatest number of times is another northern village, Montorfano. It's also been held in better-known Italian cities like Rome and Milan. Its recent move to Gardagolf is itself a return to a venue that has played host to the competition several times since 1997 and has hosted some of the closest finishes the championship has seen. You can get all the Italian Open tickets you need right here, no matter where the tournament finds itself in future.
A fixture on the European Tour of golf
The Italian Open has only been part of the European Tour of Golf, which has since become the European Tour Rolex Series, since 1975, despite the event having celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2018. It has now cemented its place on the tour, usually following the BMW PGA Championship on the annual schedule. Players who have been most successful there are among the real older generation of professional golfers. Both Auguste Boyer, the prolific French champion, and Belgian Flory van Donck have won it four times, the latter with a 17-year period of golfing success between his first and last wins. Kudos to any golf followers who could recall the latter's name! More recent champions have included Bernhard Langer, South Africa's Hennie Otto, and Sandy Lyle, all of whom have won the Italian Open twice. The tournament aggregate record has been one of the longest standing, set way back in 1935 by the memorable English golfer, Percy Alliss. Get yourself some Italian Open tickets on StubHub and step into a small piece of European golfing history.
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