Win a place in Macdonald Resorts' Spanish Open event!

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We’ve teamed-up with Macdonald Resorts to offer TWO people the chance for them and a friend win a five-night golf break to Spain with three days of competition golf.

The Macdonald Resorts Spanish Open is a stableford competition with the choice of two different weeks in January and February to compete.

The prize includes:

• Your place in the competition
• Three rounds of golf across three different courses
• Golf buggy hire for each round
• Presentation dinner on the final night
• Five nights’ accommodation at the Macdonald Dona Lola Resort

Your rounds will be on the three of the following five courses: Santa Clara, Cabopino, Calanova, Mira Flores and Los Olivos.

And, on the days you’re not teeing it up, you can relax at the Macdonald Dona Lola Resorts, one of four Macdonald Resorts in Spain.

There, you can enjoy free access to the resort's three swimming pools, tennis courts, gym, steam room and sauna, plus the choice of two resort bars and restaurants with special golfers’ menus from only €15 for three courses.

For more information, click here.

How to win

For your chance to win, simply answer the following question:

How many Macdonald Resorts are there in Spain?

A: 2
B: 4
C: 6

This competition has now ended

TERMS & CONDITIONS: All entries must be received no later than Friday, October 26. Only one entry per person can be accepted. The competition is open to UK residents only. Entrants must be 18 or over. The editor’s decision is final. Food, flights, transfers and insurance are not included. Guests must arrive on Saturday, January 26 for Week One of the competition and no later than Saturday, February 2 for Week Two. The prize is only applicable to one of the two Macdonald Spanish Open Events. This prize is non-transferable and non-exchangeable. It cannot be used on other dates and/or sold to someone else. By entering this competition, you agree that your data can be passed on to Macdonald Hotels.

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