Italian Open presented by the Emilia-Romagna

The 81st Open d’Italia presented by Regione Emilia-Romagna is set to be a standout event on the DP World Tour, taking place from June 27th to 30th at the Adriatic Golf Club in Cervia, Ravenna

by Andrea Gussoni
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Italian Open presented by the Emilia-Romagna
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The 81st Open d’Italia presented by Regione Emilia-Romagna is set to be a standout event on the DP World Tour, taking place from June 27th to 30th at the Adriatic Golf Club in Cervia, Ravenna. With a prize pool of $3,250,000, the tournament will feature top European golfers, including a strong contingent from Italy led by Matteo Manassero, aiming to replicate Francesco Molinari's victory in 2016.

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Beyond competitive golf, the event promises entertainment for all attendees, with a Hospitality Village and Commercial Village set up for the occasion. In collaboration with Infront, the official advisor of the Italian Golf Federation, engaging activities are planned such as the "Family Open" area, golf initiation lessons with PGA Italiana instructors, and activities tailored for children with "US Kids".

This year also marks the return of the Open d’Italia to Emilia-Romagna after thirty-one years, highlighting the region's significance in hosting major sporting events alongside milestones like the Tour de France starting from Italy on June 29, 2024.

The 81st Open d’Italia enjoys strong support from key partners including Presenting Institutional Partner Regione Emilia-Romagna, Main Sponsor Rolex, Official Bank Fideuram Intesa SanPaolo Private Banking, as well as Enel, Kappa, Technogym, and other sponsors and suppliers who will contribute to the success of this premier event in the international sports calendar.

Emilia-Romagna is a region in northern Italy renowned for its rich cultural heritage, culinary delights, and vibrant cities. It boasts a diverse landscape that transitions from the Apennine Mountains to the Adriatic Sea, offering picturesque countryside, historic towns, and bustling coastal resorts.

Known as the "Food Valley" of Italy, Emilia-Romagna is celebrated for its culinary excellence, including Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, traditional balsamic vinegar from Modena, and Parma ham. The region's capital, Bologna, is famous for its medieval architecture, lively atmosphere, and one of the oldest universities in the world.

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