Play at Q-School host venue Lumine this winter!


Spanish travel operator Costa Daurada Golf Association is offering its followers on social media the chance to play European Tour Q-School venue in a package with 45% off!

For only €299, you will get four nights' accomomodation at Hotel Belvedere in Salou with half-board, three days of unlimited golf on fantastic championship courses Lumine, Bonmont and Costa Dorada, as well as free range balls and all golf transfers & airport transfers included.

The popular Spanish resort welcomes 156 players from around the world in the gruelling six-day test, with the top 25 and ties earning their European Tour cards for the 2018 season.

Having hosted the Second Stage of Q-School every year since 2012, the championship layouts of the Lakes and Hills Courses will further underline the resort’s tournament credentials and have already been praised by a number of pros in the build-up to the event.


The Greg Norman-designed Lakes course, measuring around 7,000 yards from the championship tees, will be at the heart of event proceedings.

With water featuring on 13 holes, including the 524-yard par-5 18th, there will inevitably be acts of heroism and heartbreak recorded as the week plays out. Players will also be asked to test their mettle against Lumine’s other 18-hole layout, The Hills Course.

Offering a different challenge across tree-lined, undulating terrain, the Hills’ 18th hole offers an equalling exciting climax, with the water and bunkers guarding a driveable green.

And remember, you could be there playing at Lumine in just a few weeks' time! Through this special offer with the Costa Daurada Golf Association, there are only 20 packages available and, normally priced at €545, they're bound to get snapped up quick.

If you're interested in taking up this fantastic offer, click here.

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