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2nd English Women's La Manga Challenge tees up
2nd August 2011

 
The second English Women's Golf La Manga Club Challenge, which builds on the success of last year's inaugural event, will take place from 1-6 October 2011.

The first Challenge was created as a result of the partnership with the English Women's Golf Association and the La Manga Club, Spain, and proved hugely popular with players, thanks to its mix of competitive golf, sunshine, friendship and fun.

The 2011 Challenge will follow the same successful format, offering half board accommodation in the Las Lomas apartments, four days of competitive golf, a gala dinner and prize-giving, for 585 euros per person.

The announcement of this year's programme has already generated much interest among players, with a significant number of return bookings by last year's competitors.

The Challenge is supported by EWGA partners who, together with the La Manga Club, have provided prizes for the three competitions. They include PING, Titleist, Footjoy, clothing company Queen of the Green and Piper Heidsieck Champagne.

The first Challenge prompted much praise from players whose compliments included: "Fantastic. I had the time of my life!"  "Excellent value and a great experience."  "A really good experience. It was lovely to meet like-minded lady golfers. Bring on next year!"

For full details and to book at place on the 2011 Challenge visit www.englishwomensgolf.org

 

Lyndsey Hewison
Press & PR Officer


Tel. 01603 507 416
Email: lyndsey.hewison@ntlworld.com

Editors Notes

The English Women's Golf Association is the governing body for female amateur golf in England.

EWGA represents around 120,000 members in more than 1780 golf clubs, trains the country's elite golfers, runs a full rota of national championships as well as events for handicap golfers, and actively encourages new golfers.

EWGA has formed the England Golf Partnership with the English Golf Union and the Professionals Golfers' Association. Their Whole Sport Plan, supported by Sport England, aims to make England the world's leading golf nation by 2020.

The association also has a charity, The EWGA Trust, which supports schemes to introduce girls to golf and helps promising players.


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