Spain’s La Manga Club will be hosting its popular end-of-season event for a 19th successive year this December.
Golfers from across the UK and Europe are being invited to take part in the La Manga Club Golf Open, which is now an established event in the pre-Christmas calendar.
This year’s format will differ slightly from previous years, with golfers of all abilities competing in a number of different categories over 54 holes.
La Manga Club is widely regarded as Spain’s flagship resort, as the venue has won numerous leading accolades in recent years, and owns three famous courses, the North, South and West, and is located in the Spanish region of Murcia on the Mediterranean coast.
The event will take place from December 2-7 and will be played in a stableford format, with an array of top prizes on offer.
Event packages include five nights accommodation in the five-star Hotel Principle Felipe or the four-star Las Lomas Village.
It also features a welcome pack and drinks reception, a gala dinner and prize-giving ceremony as well as tournament entry, a practice round and on-course refreshments during the event.
La Manga has been named as ‘Europe’s Best Golf Venue’ at the World Golf Awards two years in a row.
The resort is home to three 18-hole golf courses in total, plus a nine-hole academy course and training centre.
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The West course is extremely highly regarded at La Manga. It is beautiful, well maintained and has stunning scenery to boot, with an amazing variety of holes to enjoy throughout.
If you choose to take part in the club’s annual winter open, you will also enjoy discounts of 15% when eating at any of the resort’s Amapola, Asia, Luigi’s and La Bodega restaurants.
You can also gain complimentary access to the five-star Spa La Manga Club’s fitness centre, indoor pool, saunas and steam rooms.
Planning a golf break?
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