Oceanico offers tournament golf for kids

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Entries are open for the seventh edition of the Oceânico World Kids Golf Championship, with the tournament offering the fantastic combination of championship golf and family fun for all youngsters.


The 2014 event attracted a record field of 127 competitors from across Europe, with budding juniors between the ages of seven and 18 playing over the two impressive championship layouts at the Algarve’s acclaimed Amendoeira Golf Resort.

The 2015 edition of the R&A-sanctioned amateur tournament will take place between July 20 and July 24, giving youngsters the chance to compete under tour-like conditions whilst also enjoying a family holiday in luxurious surroundings.
"The Oceânico World Kids Golf Championship is an event like no other that has gone from strength to strength over the years" - Chris Stilwell

Junior golfers between the ages of seven and 18 have been invited to compete within their relevant age and gender categories, with children aged 10-and-over playing over 18 holes on each of the three tournament days, while the nine-and-under contest will be fought out over three nine-hole rounds.

“The Oceânico World Kids Golf Championship is an event like no other that has gone from strength to strength over the years, firmly establishing itself amongst the upper echelons of Europe’s elite amateur golf calendar,” said Chris Stilwell, Oceânico Golf’s CEO.

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“The 2015 edition promises to be even better than before and I encourage our guests to sign-up quickly so they can experience the unique combination of a summer holiday in one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations and a fun-filled tour standard golfing environment.”

Entry fees for the event range between €110 and €240, depending on the age of the child. For more information and an entry form, log-on to oceanicogolf.com/tournaments.

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