The Spanish Tourism Office in Dublin and the Andalucia Tourism Board are teaming up to present an ‘I Need Spain’ golf outing on 6th June 2013 at Dundrum House Golf & Leisure Hotel in Cashel, Co Tipperary.
Fifteen golf course directors from Andalucia will be taking part in order to meet with the invited trade members.
Golf in Andalucia
Enjoying the sun and golfing in Andalucia 12 months a year is a reality. With close to 120 golf courses, visitors can enjoy their favourite sport in any of the Andalucian community’s eight provinces, and in world-class courses designed by legendary players and the world’s most prestigious designers.
Andalucia is Europe’s leading golf tourist destination due to the quality of its courses located in privileged areas, with beautiful landscapes and near idyllic beaches.
Beginners, amateurs and professionals alike can enjoy these courses: in the Costa del Sol, with more than half of Andalusia’s golf courses; in the province of Cadiz, with its impeccable greens and the enchanting beaches of its coastline; in the Costa Tropical, where you can combine beach, golf and snow; in the province of Almeria, with 10 courses, including two Arizona desert-style courses; and in the province of Huelva, with unrivalled sites such as the Doñana National Park, with 11 golf courses.
In the interior provinces, Seville has five golf courses, Cordoba has two and Jaen has one, rounding out Andalusia’s golf selection.
Throughout the year Andalucia’s golf courses hold important tournaments in the amateur category, while in the professional category Andalucia annually hosts several tournaments of the European Golf Circuit, bringing together the best golfers in the world.