Argentario’s Popular Spring ProAm Returns to Tuscany in May

Argentario’s Popular Spring ProAm Returns to Tuscany in May

Tuscany, Italy, February 2019:  Argentario Golf Resort & Spa’s popular Spring ProAm which regularly attracts visitors from all over the world will this year take place on May 18 & 19 at one of Tuscany’s top golf resorts in the Maremma region of Italy.

Golfers return year after year to Argentario (, located on the picturesque Monte Argentario promontory, enchanted by the charm of this Tuscan hideaway that combines old-world glamour with sleek, modern design and state-of-the-art amenities.

In addition to its highly-regarded golf course designed by Italian architect David Mezzacane and professional golfer Baldovino Dassù, the Resort boasts an extensive spa and wellness centre and a stylish gourmet restaurant, the Dama Dama Restaurant.

This year’s Spring ProAm package includes the two-day, 36 hole medal competition played in fourballs (three amateurs and one pro), four nights in a Design Bedroom with daily buffet breakfast, a three-course Welcome dinner, a practice round as well as access to the 5-star MediSPA and Espace Wellness Centre which includes a sauna, Turkish bath, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, Kneipp circuit and gym. For the more active guests, there are also tennis and padel courts and a mini football pitch.

The front nine of the golf course, the majestic hotel entrance & the indoor pool at Argentario

The rate per golfer is Euros 730 in a double room whilst the price for an accompanying non-golfer is  Euros 460. If travelling alone there is a single supplement of Euros 85 per night whilst additional nights can be booked for Euros 180 per room (including breakfast).

Noted for its panoramic views of the Orbetello Lagoon, Tyrrhenian Sea and surrounding Mediterranean topography, the par 71, 6,218 metre golf course is a deceptively varied and technically-challenging layout. The undulating front nine runs in and out of cork-oak woods showcasing local flora and fauna whilst the back nine meanders gently through romantic, centuries-old olive groves at the foothills of Monte Argentario.

The course is characterized by small, fast-paced greens, a host of intimidating water hazards running alongside several holes and tricky, rolling fairways reminiscent of a links layout. More often than not, a refreshing sea breeze cools down the Tuscan sun though adds an extra challenge to game management which, on this course, requires a combination of accuracy and power.

In addition to a driving range and stylish Club House, the well-equipped Golf Academy features the TrackMan IIIe simulator, the latest-generation platform for analyzing your swing.

During the ProAm, gastronomic delights created by local chef Emiliano Lombardelli are served in the Dama Dama Restaurant and the new Club House. The Restaurant cuisine is based on the flavours and colours of the local terrain with dishes prepared using authentic produce from small, local farms and whilst local wines are available to accompany all meals. Meanwhile revitalizing drinks and healthy dishes that are both simple yet creative can be enjoyed in the Club House overlooking the golf course.

Argentario is easily accessed from Rome Fiumicino Airport by car in just an hour and a half whilst Rome Ciampino and Pisa are just over two hours away.

To book your place at the Argentario Spring ProAm, call T: +39 0564 888525 or E:


For further information and/or high res images, please contact: Helen Heady, Heady PR, on behalf of Argentario Golf Resort & Spa on +44 (0)7966 491 509 or E:

Notes for Editors
The luxurious Argentario Golf Resort & Spa, located in the Maremma region of Tuscany, is an ideal destination for those looking for relaxing holiday that combines golf, wellness and gastronomy.

Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the Monte Argentario promontory, the resort is home to an eco-friendly golf course that meanders through cork-oak woods and olive groves, a comprehensive spa and wellness centre and the Dama Dama Restaurant which offers delicious, healthy local cuisine prepared from locally-sourced produce.

The five-star hotel is a triumph of design and comfort throughout; a majestic entrance, a dramatic central stairway and huge windows are in stunning contrast to the intense blue Tuscan sky and Mediterranean landscapes whilst the 73 rooms and suites offer sleek, modern interiors that are beautifully appointed, all with private decked terraces.

For families or small groups, Locker Cottage is an independent hideaway sleeping six that is located on the hillside 200m from the main building, with guests benefitting from the use of all the facilities at the resort.

The nearby Argentario Golf Residences is an exclusive collection of bespoke luxury villas boasting ground-breaking design and views of the lagoon, sea and golf course that blend seamlessly into the landscape. The villas are available to rent or buy with guests able to enjoy all the amenities and services offered by Argentario Golf Resort & Spa. Owners of the residences also benefit from 24-hour security, property management and a rental programme.

Kind regards


Helen Heady