Andalucia’s Alps Tour will take place at Añoreta’s Golf Resort in Málaga, from September 6 to September 11.
Añoreta’s Golf Restort, located in Malaga, will be the place where Andalucia’s Alps Tour will take place in its 20th anniversary. It consists of a golf circuit that will make junior golfers, step into the next level to improve their professional career towards the European Tour.
Andalucia’s Alps Tour was originated in 2001 as the third European golf division. It was originated with the purpose of training and helping the future golf professionals on their way to the European tour. This tour has helped hundreds of golfers who are currently competing in the most prestigious golf events.
This event arrived in Spain in 2009, to give the largest number of our golfers a great number of chances to compete through Territorial Federations. Since that moment, Andalucia’s Alps Tour has always taken place in different cities of Spain.
Professional Technical Committee President and first RFEG Vice president, Jaime Salaverri Aguilar, believes the following: “Since 2001, Andalucia’s Alps Tour has shown the great support it gives the youngest players, as it gives them a lot of chances so they can reach the peak of their golf career. Two examples that are worth mentioning are the following: Adri Arnaus, who won the 2017 Ranking and who’s currently playing the European Tour and Jordi García del Moral, who won last golf´s season and who has fully returned to the competition. This will be a very special edition as golfers return with more strength and attitude after a very difficult year. They will make us enjoy great golf moments”.
Añoreta’s Golf was founded in 1990 and designed by the 2 World Cups and 5 European Tournaments winner José María Cañizares. It is a par 72 course suitable for any player. The resort has a hotel that will open its doors in June 2021, a gastronomic offer, a Paddle Club and also the International Center of high performance CIAgolf by Sergio de Céspedes. It is one of the most outstanding training centers in the south of Europe.
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