The first golf resort in Turkey to feature 36 holes and having played host to some of the biggest names in the game, the PGA National Turkey Antalya Golf Club is regarded as one of Europe’s premier golfing venues.
Situated across 1,350 acres in Belek in the heart of the Turkish golf Riviera, the resort features outstanding facilities including two 18-hole golf courses – the PGA Sultan and The Pasha – two five-star hotels and an extensive range of sports and lifestyle amenities.
The host of numerous high-profile tournaments including the 2012 Turkish Airlines World Golf Final – which featured the likes of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and eventual winner Justin Rose – the resort raised its global profile further in 2017 by joining the select group of courses to receive the official endorsement of The Professional Golfers’ Association, being renamed as the PGA National Turkey.
Opened in 2003, the par-71 PGA Sultan course measures 6,477m from the back tees and players must negotiate a number of hazards to score well on the narrow, challenging layout, including no fewer than 12 lakes and 122 bunkers. The Pasha, which was also designed by David Jones in association with European Golf Design, is wider and more inviting as it meanders through a mixture of towering pine trees and woodland.
Complementing the golf courses are extensive practice facilities while, under the terms of its partnership, The PGA will oversee a significant upgrade of the resort’s golf academy in 2018, adding radar ball-tracking, video analysis and custom club-fitting facilities to the existing 300-metre driving range and associated short game area.
Located less than 30 minutes from Antalya international airport, the PGA National Turkey features two outstanding hotels – the 176-room luxury five-star Kempinski Hotel The Dome and the 442-room five-star Sirene Belek Hotel, both offering luxury accommodation on an all-inclusive basis.
As well as offering access to an extensive array of other sports and leisure facilities including tennis, football, numerous swimming pools and watersports, a water park, kids’ clubs, and two luxury spas, hotel guests can experience an array of opulent culinary experiences at the resort’s variety of bars and restaurants.
www.agc.com.tr / www.kempinski.com/belek
Director of golf course grounds Borja Azpilicueta believes Club de Golf Alcanada’s new greens will be up there with the world’s best upon completion of a stunning €600,000 renovation project.
The stunning course in Mallorca is set to returf all 18 of its greens with state-of-the-art bentgrass Tee-1 this winter, as well as replace the sand in every bunker, repair cart paths, upgrade 3,000 metres of the underground irrigation system and improve the pro shop to further enhance what is already considered to be one of Europe’s premier golf courses.
The Porsche-owned club, the Balearic island’s only course that is next to the sea, has already successfully re-laid the practice greens with the new bentgrass, a superior variety of seed that is used at famous clubs such as Valderrama and Golf National, in Paris and host of this year’s Ryder Cup.
And Madrid-born director of golf course grounds Azpilicueta, who is in charge of the operation having also overseen both the two-year construction of Club de Golf Alcanada from 2001 to 2003, as well as an upgrade in 2008, says the final results will catapult Alcanada’s already acclaimed status.
“The work we are doing here will ensure that Alcanada’s future will be brighter than ever,” he declared. “When we are finished the greens will be of fantastic quality. I cannot wait to start. The course is already 15 years old and certain things do need to be upgraded as we have to keep improving the quality and I am confident that next spring the course will look remarkable.
“Golf is a very competitive industry – you can’t stand still. The greens are the most important part of a course and this new grass will produce top-quality greens, as good as you will find anywhere.
“The grass we are laying is bentgrass Tee-1 from the US, but we will ship it in from mainland Spain where it will have been growing under special conditions. Ideally you need nine months for it to grow so it’s old enough to be cut and rolled. It is the grass that is used at a lot of the most prestigious clubs across the world and will enhance the golfing experience at Alcanada.”
Alcanada has long been a favourite for golfers from across Europe thanks to the stunning views of Alcudia Bay and iconic lighthouse from which the highly acclaimed Robert Trent Jones Jr-designed course takes its name.
The project is being undertaken as the existing paspalum grass on the fairways and rough has invaded the greens, with the work beginning during the off-season, starting the first week of December and being completed at the end of February to ensure disruption to members and visitors is kept to a minimum.
“The grass we have at the moment is a bentgrass, called Seaside II,” said Azpilicueta, 46, who plays off a five handicap. “That was chosen because it was more tolerant of salt. The new grass is denser, more upright growth and produces a better surface and has more resistance to disease.
“It is an old variety of grass, but each year there are new varieties that are better quality such as the Tee-1, which is a better colour and can withstand more mowing and contains more leaf per centimetre.
“The process will begin in December when we remove the grass at a rate of two a day and the official opening will be March 1, so it is a relatively quick process and is the quietest time to do it for our clients. There will be some minor changes to the contours of the greens, but the results will be excellent.
“We always try to have the greens quick, but sometimes we have complaints they are too quick. It is difficult to please everyone, but the surfaces will be first class.”
Club de Golf Alcanada, a member of the prestigious World of Leading Golf collection, has already made a host of other improvements over the last year or so, including a new halfway house called the Lighthouse Bar and the introduction of TagMarshal, a course management system designed
To speed up play by an average of 14 minutes.
And staying true to its roots, the course is also home to a centuries-old Mallorca clubhouse, which offers guests the opportunity to sample delicious regional specialties in its first-class dining facilities on a sun baked terrace that boats spectacular sea views.
PGA Catalunya Resort near Girona, home to Spain’s No.1 course*, has been recognised by leading international trade publication Golf Inc. for its clubhouse renovation, becoming the first Spanish venue to win the category, which is often dominated by entries from the USA.
Barcelona interior design guru Lázaro Rosa-Violán was commissioned to enhance the interior of the clubhouse as part of a three-year, €53 million investment programme, aimed at transforming the European Tour Destination into a world-leading luxury lifestyle estate.
The result is a bold move away from traditional golf course clubhouses, whereby expansive glass walls and mirrors were used to create light-drenched spaces filled with natural tones of wood, leather, copper and the bright foliage of a legion of indoor plants. Natural materials complement the airy, modern feel of the new interior, playing contrast against clean lines of marble, white and charcoal grey surfaces to create a warm and inviting atmosphere with a bold edge.
The judges at Golf Inc. commented: “Everything was done with taste and a touch of class. If you are a golf purist, don’t look any further… here is your new home. This timeless renovation will make the club a winner for many years to come.”
David Bataller, Head of Golf at PGA Catalunya Resort, added: “The clubhouse is right at the heart of the golf experience, and this award demonstrates the level of time, care and resources we invest in that experience.”
With a range of residential properties and two on-site hotels, PGA Catalunya Resort continues to evolve and develop its offering, building on its solid foundation of world-class golf. Nestled in the spectacular pine forests that sweep from the Pyrenees to the Mediterranean on Spain’s Costa Brava, the expansive 300-hectare estate offers multiple dining options, state-of-the-art sport and leisure facilities, nature walks and bike rides, a new Forest Adventure Park and soon, a man-made recreational lake.
Located within easy reach of the historic charm and Michelin-starred gastronomy of Girona, as well as the cultural vibrancy of Barcelona, PGA Catalunya Resort continues to establish itself as one of Europe’s premier luxury lifestyle destinations.
The months of September and October are, historically, two of the warmest on the holiday island of Mallorca - so autumn is a great time to combine golf with a bit of culture in the capital city, with the events season in full swing.
September marks the start of Palma's events season, with activities covering art, music, sport and gastronomy. And, with Golf Son Gual - the undisputed number-one golf destination on the island - a mere 14km from the centre of Palma, one also has the opportunity to indulge in some of the finest golf available in Europe.
The season starts with La Nit d'Art (September 22), which is expected to draw in around 15,000 visitors for exhibitions, performances, and installations in a mix of venues, including cafes, private apartments, studios and facades of historic buildings.
The Festival Música Mallorca (October 5 to November 3) features a series of classical concerts in spectacular venues across the city, including the auditorium and the cathedral.
From October 25-31 the seventh Mallorca International Film Festival will showcase feature films, short films, documentaries, and music videos made in the Balearic Islands, of particular note to anybody interested in arts, film and culture.
For gastronomes, TaPalma (November 15-19) provides a celebration of contemporary and traditional tapas made in the city, with restaurants creating special tapas for around €2, along nine separate tapas routes.
For runners, the Mallorca Marathon (October 14) - which starts on the promenade opposite the cathedral - provides one of Europe's most attractive routes, in either the full marathon distance, a half-marathon or a 10k.
All of these events could be enjoyed around an additional golf experience, with a seven-night, four-round - including 18 holes at Son Gual - bed-and-breakfast break, staying at the Hotel Palma Bellver, overlooking Palma Bay, costing from £669 per person, based on two sharing a room. Or, if travelling independently, one can obtain a 10 per cent discount on a Son Gual green fee (normal price €135) when presenting a ticket stub from any of the events.
Son Gual's €30m Thomas Himmel-designed 7,240-yard, par-72 course celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and is the number-one course in Mallorca, according to the benchmark Golf World ranking, which lists it as the 46th best course in Europe. It features large lakes, 66 bunkers, 800 olive trees - some more than a thousand years old - wild flowers in the rough and vineyards in several areas around the course.
It includes several outstanding, memorable holes, including a closing hole described by one reviewer as a "serious contender for Europe's best par-five and Spain's most dramatic 18th", plus one of the best collections of par-three holes in Spain.
Son Gual is also a regular celebrity haunt - visitors have included German FIFA World Cup-winning captain Lothar Matthäus; German national football manager Joachim Löw; the former mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg; tennis' 15-time grand-slam event winner Rafael Nadal; and any number of instantly recognisable faces from the worlds of TV and entertainment.
*To take advantage of the 10 per cent discount available at Son Gual, please contact Andreas Pamer on firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of booking.
The beachside Praia D’el Rey Marriott Golf & Beach Resort begins the holiday season with a bright new look after its rooms were remodelled to the tune of nearly €1m.
The renovations took their influence from nature and light, and architect Rita Gabriel, from the renowned Lisbon-based Philosophy of Space practice, based her design concept around natural woods, gold-coloured metals and complementary lighting, with the blue of the ocean reflected in small detailing.
The rooms involved were the five-star resort’s ocean front and ocean premium accommodation with the now prevailing colours of blue, matte gold and light grey, reflecting Gabriel’s concept.
Gabriel said: “We wanted to bring nature and light into the rooms, thus softening their environment and making them more pleasurable and welcoming, and we used clear natural woods, light fabrics and gilded metals to achieve this concept. The blue of the sea is present in small details, and the combination of everything has helped to bathe each of the rooms in a new light.”
The room renovation follows swiftly on the heels of the upgrade of restaurant facilities at the luxury Lisbon resort.
With two 18-hole championship layouts including the stunning West Cliffs Golf Links – named ‘World’s Best New Golf Course’ at the 2017 World Golf Awards and one of the new stars of European golf – there’s also plenty to whet the appetites of golfers.
Featuring spectacular views of the Atlantic from every hole, the Cynthia Dye-designed layout only opened last summer but is already predicted to be the new number one in Portugal.
Both West Cliffs and Praia D’El Rey are ranked among the top courses in Europe, while players of all abilities can also improve their skills at the resort’s recently upgraded golf academy.
As well as golf, Praia D’El Rey boasts an extensive array of world-class sports, leisure and accommodation facilities including a Marriott hotel, a wide selection of villas, a tennis academy and wide range of watersports, and a luxury spa and health club, while the comprehensive range of therapies and treatments on offer at the Kalyan Spa promise to restore energy and balance to the body after a day at the beach.
Already regarded among the premier golf venues in France, Royal Mougins Golf Resort has taken its golfing experience to new heights after implementing a comprehensive upgrade of the bunkers and irrigation system on its award-winning championship course.
Members and guests can enjoy an improved overall playing experience when they visit the resort - which was voted ‘France's Best Golf Hotel' at the World Golf Awards in 2016 and 2017 - from this spring after carrying out a major maintenance programme over the last three years.
As part of the significant six-figure upgrade, Royal Mougins' team of greenkeepers renovated and relined all the bunkers on its 18-hole course, which was designed by world-renowned architect Robert von Hagge.
In addition, a state-of-the-art irrigation system has been installed over the winter to improve the all-year-round condition of the course, the terrain on some holes have been reshaped to help playability and the driving range has been upgraded - including the installation of nine new target greens.
Jurgen Wondergem, general manager at Royal Mougins Golf Resort, said: "Situated at the heart of the French Riviera, Royal Mougins enjoys one of the most privileged golf locations in Europe and the improvements that we have made will further enhance the resort's all-round appeal to both our members and guests.
"We're excited about the improvements that we have made to the bunkers and irrigation system, while the upgrade of the driving range will mean that we have practice facilities to rival any in the region. We're looking forward to another memorable season and can't wait for people to see what we've done.
"The condition and presentation of bunkers plays a huge part in the overall impression that any golf course creates when it is played, and we believe the improvements that are being made will greatly enhance the golfing experience that the resort offers all year round."
Located just four miles from the glamourous and internationally-famous resort of Cannes, Royal Mougins is the French Riviera's only golf resort and has quickly established itself as one of France's elite golfing venues, helping to set the standard for European golf resorts thanks to the quality of its course, the pristine nature of its setting, and its top-of-the range services.
Laid out in a wooded vale, Royal Mougins' 18-hole championship course was designed by world-famous architect Robert Von Hagge and winds its way around scenic wooded vales, rivers and lakes - several with picturesque, free-flowing waterfalls.
The resort also features the Prime Golf Academy - with a par-three course and performance studio, an exclusive four-star hotel with 29 designer suites, conference facilities, a Mediterranean restaurant ‘La Terrasse du 18' and a 450m2 Royal Spa and fitness centre, situated in an authentic 19th-century stone-walled country house, and a real estate agency.
And Royal Mougins' prime location provides guests with the opportunity to explore the many cultural and gastronomic delights of the historic nearby village of Mougins. Just 20 minutes from Nice airport, the town is overflowing with an array of internationally-acclaimed art galleries, museums and Michelin-star restaurants, which are home to some of France's greatest chefs.
Golf enthusiasts will find themselves on top of the world thanks to the ‘Golf Break’ package being offered by the iconic Kulm Hotel St. Moritz (www.kulm.com) to guests staying two nights or more in the Swiss Engadine Valley this summer.
In addition to unlimited access to the par 27 Kulm Golf St. Moritz, the package includes one complimentary green fee at either the parkland, links-style layout at Samedan or its sister course at Zuoz, which weaves its way along the majestic mountainside and in between pine forests; both these 18-hole courses are under half an hour’s drive from the Kulm Hotel.
The Engadine Valley has a reputation as a golfer’s paradise due to the spectacular Alpine panoramas of fertile green valleys and dramatic mountain backdrops set against deep blue summer skies.
Over 125 years ago, in 1891, the Kulm Golf St. Moritz, nestled among pines on the high Alps with stunning vistas over Lake St. Moritz, became the first 9-hole course in Switzerland. A course upgrade in 2001 by local designer, Mario Verdieri, improved the greens and brought the layout up to date. The mountainous nature of this course makes it physically challenging, butrefreshment is close at hand, as the hotel’s Chesa al Parc restaurant is located in the grounds only a few metres from the start of the course.
Two years later, Samedan became the first 18-hole golf course in Switzerland to open its doors and this year celebrates its 125th anniversary. A classic, parkland course with a touch of links, Samedan is set mainly on the valley floor, though the course does offer some gently undulating holes. It is characterized by broad fairways flanked by ancient, giant larch trees, some of which are over 700 years old, whilst numerous water hazards made up of a series of ponds and streams ensure it is a testing challenge of golf. Samedan is just a 10-minute drive from the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz.
In 2003, these two courses were joined by the Zuoz-Madulain course – or simply Zuoz – just a
20-minute drive from St. Moritz. Despite being a relatively young course, the combination of undulating fairways, multiple elevation changes, receptive greens and its attractive setting so close to nature have made it extremely popular with golfers. In contrast to the golf course in Samedan (with its level terrain and plentiful lakes and streams), Zuoz is set on a few different levels and flanked on one side by natural, thick pine forest.
Also included in the ‘Golf Break’ package are a sumptuous daily breakfast buffet and Gourmet Dine Around (half board), reduced green fees at Samedan and Zuoz for those wishing to play an extra round, a 25-minute AktiVital Massage as well as unlimited free access to the state-of-the-art, 2,000 sq m Kulm Spa St. Moritz, tennis courts and use of all the open mountain railways in the Engadin/St. Moritz region and public transportation in the valley (bus and Rhaetian railway).
To qualify for the ‘Golf Break’ offer, simply book two consecutive nights at the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz between 22 June and 1 September 2018; rates per person for two nights start from CHF670 (approx £495) in a single room and CHF640 in a double room (based on two people sharing a double/twin room). Additional nights can be booked on request and complimentary green fees are offered to all those booking for four nights or more.
Reservations can be made by phone on +41 81 836 80 00 or by e-mail via email@example.com.
Regional PGA Professional and American Golf Master Fitter Nick Rose was one of seven American Golf staff and customers to win the trip of a lifetime to TaylorMade H.Q. in Carlsbad last month. Here, Nick takes us through what it’s like to be on the golfing trip of a lifetime and brings to life an incredible experience that will make him and the other winners the envy of every golf lover.
‘It could be you’ is a phrase that kept going round my head when I learned that I had won a place on the once in a lifetime trip with TaylorMade Golf. I’d won the golf lovers lottery, this was genuinely a ‘money can’t buy’ opportunity to go behind the scenes of one of the biggest names in golf and have an experience that is usually reserved for the best golfers in the world.
There were seven of us on the trip, made up of American Golf customers who had been selected in the free members prize draw, and American Golf staff members who had won a staff incentive. I was one of those, having sold one of the highest number of TaylorMade M3 and M4 clubs in the first few months of the year. As you can imagine, I’m a bit of an equipment geek so this was the trip of my dreams…….
Day 1 started out with a tour of TaylorMade HQ, including a guided tour of the Kingdom (TaylorMade’s custom fitting facility and driving range). We were taken around the tour irons, metal woods and putter workshops, where the pros clubs are built and got to learn about the level of precision that goes into Tour player’s equipment. It was an incredible insight into the world of TaylorMade and an experience I’ll never forget. We then headed to a couple of bars in downtown San Diego before enjoying some Mexican food and finishing off the day with a baseball game where the San Diego Padres beat the Colorado Rockies!
The day of the golf competition! We’d drawn partners and had a few dollars riding on the game at the La Costa Resort. By now we’d all got to know each other quite well so it was great to get out on the course and spend some time doing what we all love. James Petrie and Joe Bownes took the cash delivering an impressive 40 better ball stableford points. The course was fantastic and the weather was very acceptable having barely got on the course all year in the U.K. The day was finished off perfectly with a few drinks and dinner on the patio at La Costa.
Our final day and the last look behind the scenes at the Kingdom. We were treated to a driver fitting and a detailed insight into how TaylorMade fit the putters of the tour pros. Obviously I know a bit about custom fit from my work at American Golf but to have the full benefit of the Tour team at TaylorMade was really something special. Everyone saw the benefits of Twist Face technology and gained distance and or dispersion compared to their existing drivers. We finished the day with an 80 yard pitch shot competition to win a High Toe Wedge. Gary Mckinney hit the final ball of the day to within 5 foot of the pin to win the wedge. We then soaked up the last of the Californian sunshine whilst enjoying some lunch at the Kingdom before heading to the airport and the end of one of the best few days of my life.
I know I speak for every American Golf prize draw winner and every American Golf member of staff lucky enough to have been on this trip. The hospitality from TaylorMade was second to none and the experience will stay in our memories for the rest of our lives. We’re all so lucky to have been part of this and can only thank American Golf and TaylorMade Golf for this most amazing trip.
Golfers can now enjoy a complete five-star experience by playing the exclusive Real Club de Golf El Prat, a 10-time host of the Spanish Open, while staying in The Serras, Barcelona’s most luxurious boutique hotel, after the two agreed a fantastic stay-and-play golf package.
Dating back to 1912 and one of the oldest golf clubs in Spain, El Prat, which boasts 45 holes over five Greg Norman-designed courses, is steeped in history and remains one of only a small number of clubs to have been granted royal status by King Alfonso XIII.
Real Club de Golf El Prat was recently named one of the 125 Platinum Clubs of the World – Five-star Private Club – recognition of attaining a standard of excellence by an international panel of experts, historians and connoisseurs in a confidential ballot – as well as being granted the Golden Plaque of the Royal Order of Sporting Merit.
The world-renowned course is the perfect partner for The Serras, a stunning 19th century Molina-designed building in the Gothic quarter that was Pablo Picasso’s first studio when he was just 15 years old, and winner of Trip Advisor’s Travellers’ Choice Award for the Best Luxury Boutique Hotel in Spain for three consecutive years.
Packages throughout the year to stay at The Serras on a bed-and-breakfast basis, including one green fee at Real Club de Golf El Prat, with shared buggy, costs just €225 per person per night for a shared room.
Marcello Della Vecchia, director of sales and marketing at El Prat, said: “Real Club de Golf El Prat has long been regarded as a first-class golf venue thanks to its world-class courses, state-of-the-art practice facilities, clubhouse and superb location near the wonderful city of Barcelona.
“And this tie-up with The Serras hotel will further enhance the experience for visitors. The Serras is one of the finest boutique hotels in Barcelona, offering the perfect setting within easy reach of Real Club de Golf El Prat, the city centre and all its sights, as well as the airport, which benefits from excellent travel links from across Europe, both in terms of frequency and cost.”
Since 2002, Real Club de Golf El Prat’s layout stretches across the 518-acre estate of BonVilar and cleverly utilises its 45 holes over an exciting mix of five highly acclaimed courses – the Open, Blue, Yellow, Pink and Green.
The prestigious venue has been home to major Spanish and international amateur tournaments, such as the 2013 European Amateur Championships and has held more than 250 national and international championships.
It has also hosted some of the biggest names in golf, including Spanish legends Severiano Ballesteros and José Maria Olazábal, eight-time Major winner Tom Watson and European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjørn.
El Prat, which is just 35 minutes from the centre of Barcelona, also offers a modern and lively clubhouse and top-quality practice facilities, in addition to a 300m driving range and a host of specialist short-game areas.
Situated on the waterfront in the Ciutat Vella district, just eight miles from Barcelona airport and a short walk to all the city’s major attractions, the five-star Serras is the perfect base to unwind after a round of golf.
The luxury hotel, which has just undergone a €125m refurbishment, boasts a rooftop pool with panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea, a modern Catalan restaurant by leading chef Marc Gassons, who has earned a Michelin star for his creations, and a stylish, yet intimate, cocktail bar and lounge.
For more information please visit:
www.realclubdegolfelprat.com or www.hoteltheserrasbarcelona.com/en/packages
World Golf Awards has revealed that the five-star La Manga Club resort, an unrivalled sports and leisure paradise in south-east Spain, will host its Gala Ceremony 2018.
The most prestigious awards programme in the golf tourism industry will return to the famous venue in Murcia for the second consecutive year from 1-4 November 2018.
Attendees will be welcomed to Spain's flagship resort for three action-packed days of unrivalled networking events, dinners and exclusive golf experience activities.
The highlight of the event will be the red-carpet World Golf Awards Gala Ceremony on Saturday 3 November, where golf tourism figureheads and market leaders from North America, Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, Central & South America and Australasia will gather together at La Manga Club's Hotel Principe Felipe for the 2018 winners to be announced.
World Golf Awards managing director, Chris Frost, said: “It is an honour to be returning to the award-winning La Manga Club for our fifth gala ceremony. With every continent represented, the event is going to be truly global and we’re looking forward to having a weekend to remember at one of golf’s most iconic resorts.”
Set across an area of 1,400 acres, La Manga Club has been at the forefront of European sports and leisure destinations since its inception in 1972.
Featuring three 18-hole golf courses, a nine-hole academy course and outstanding practice facilities, La Manga Club has enjoyed a rich golfing history over the last four decades. Golfing legends Gary Player, Arnold Palmer and Seve Ballesteros all figure prominently in its past, while its array of other outstanding sports and leisure amenities, bars and restaurants has helped establish La Manga Club as a firm favourite with golfers worldwide.
The official overseas training base of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), the resort's unrivalled facilities as a sports and leisure destination also include a 28-court tennis centre and a 2,000sqm Wellness Centre. In addition, La Manga Club features the choice of a five-star hotel, four-star serviced apartments and townhouses and more than 15 bars and restaurants.
Eduardo Ruiz, director of golf at La Manga Club, commented: “It was a tremendous privilege for La Manga Club to be chosen to host the 2017 World Golf Awards on our landmark 45th anniversary, and it’s very exciting that the event will be returning again in November.
“Last year’s show helped to create a huge buzz around the resort and capped another successful year for La Manga Club. The feedback we received from event delegates was second to none, and this is another great opportunity for us to demonstrate our world-class golf, sports and lifestyle facilities to a global industry audience.”
Voting for the World Golf Awards is now open and will conclude on 20 September 2018.
For nomination information please visit the official website, worldgolfawards.com. For further details about La Manga Club, go to www.lamangaclub.com