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RYDER CUP ’23: A glossary of golf terms in Italian for the event outside Rome

  • The 44th edition of The Ryder Cup, a biennial golf competition between Europe and the United States, will be held in Italy for the first time at the Marco Simone Club outside Rome.
  • While golf remains a niche sport in Italy, signs around the course are written in both English and Italian, indicating the growing interest in the sport. Some commonly used Italian golf terms include buca (hole), buche (holes), bandiera (flag), campo pratica (driving range), and gancio (hook shot).
  • The Associated Press has compiled a glossary of golf terms in Italian to help fans navigate the tournament and better understand the game. This shows the dedication to ensuring an inclusive and enjoyable experience for all spectators.
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