Golf Costa Adeje

Golf Costa Adeje

WLG MEMBER ALCANADA DETERMINED TO EXCEL ITSELF

Cherished Mallorcan golf destination ready to invest another € 250,000

As online magazine gbn reports, Mallorca’s award-winning Club de Golf Alcanada is set to take its five-star experience to another level after revealing plans to invest a further €250,000 in its golf facilities in 2016.

Besides updating its fleet of greenkeeping machines, Alcanada will improve the irrigation and buggy paths of the impressive Robert Trent Jones Jr. Course. The location is a favourite amongst demanding and indulged golfers worldwide, not only for the challenging course layout that stretches along pine and olive groves towards the sea. The views of the sea and Alcanada’s trademark, the Faro (lighthouse), are unforgettable.

Which is why the management has decided on opening a new halfway house, the ‘Lighthouse Bar’, later in the year from where members and guests can take in the beautiful scenery.

Prior to these efforts, Alcanada had invested in a new starter house, two new bridges on the first and ninth holes and an independent irrigation cycle for the greens. Similar to other directors and managers of World of Leading Golf member clubs, Kristoff Both, Alcanada’s Director of Golf, believes that ranking among the top 3 % of golf venues in Europe is a source of pride just as much as it is an obligation. “We want to continue to deliver a premium golf experience to our members and visitors, and the work we’re undertaking over the next few months will ensure that we maintain the standards we have set in recent years”, Both comments in the gbn article.

And the steady stream of awards since the Alcanada opening 12 years ago are living proof of the fact, that the five-star golf course, the attentive service, the centuries-old Mallorca clubhouse and the magnificence of the location will gratify any golfer lucky enough to get to play there.

Read the complete gbn article here

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