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Italian Open: How to watch, TV channel, course details and more

The DP World Tour stops off in Ravenna this week for the Italian Open and there is a new host on the scene this year, with the action taking place at Adriatic Golf Club Cervia.

After three years at Marco Simone Golf Cub, which staged the 2023 Ryder Cup, the event heads to Milano Marittima for the 81st edition of the tournament.

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How to watch the Italian Open and TV Channel

The Italian Open is available to watch on Sky Sports Golf from 12:00 BST on Thursday and Friday, while the coverage on Saturday begins at 12:30 BST and at 11:30 BST on Sunday.

Italian Open dates and times

The tournament takes place from Thursday 27th June to Sunday 30th June. Adopting a two-tee start time, the first groups will tee off at 07:30 BST from holes one and 10, while the last three-balls are scheduled to go off at 14:30.

Italian Open course details and venue

Adriatic Golf Club in Cervia features three sets of nine holes, with the tournament being played across the Yellow Course (holes 1-9) and the Red Course (holes 10-18).

This week's layout is a par-70 measuring 6,965 yards and will have a blend of modern American-style holes and Scottish links inspired holes.

There are three par-fives, 11 par-fours and four par-threes to tackle.

Italian Open stats and past winners

Poland's Adrian Meronk claimed the spoils last year at Marco Simone GC, holding off Romain Langasque by one stroke, while Robert MacIntyre and Nicolai Hojgaard won the 2022 and 2021 editions respectively at the same course.

Auguste Boyer and Flory Van Donck are the joint record four-time winners of the Italian Open.

Percy Alliss, Ugo Grappasonni, Sandy Lyle, Sam Torrance, Bernhard Langer, Ian Poulter, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, Hennie Otto and Francesco Molinari have all lifted the trophy twice.

Italian Open this year’s notable players

LIV player Patrick Reed is making a rare DP World Tour appearance as he bids to earn some much-needed world ranking points and he is the 12/1 favourite, ahead of 16/1 Tom McKibbin.

Italian Guido Migliozzi returned to the winners' circle at last week's KLM Open and he is 20/1 to triumph on home soil, while Austrian Bernd Wiesberger is priced at 18/1 after some solid performances of late.

Read the latest tips, predictions and odds for the Italian Open on site.

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