• Constance Lemuria

    Praslin, Seychelles
  • Quinta do Lago

    Algarve, Portugal
  • Linna Golf

    Hameenlinna, Finland
  • Pirin Golf and Country Club

    Bansko, Bulgaria
  • Jumeirah Golf Estates

    Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Welcome to European Tour Destinations – a Network of World Class Golf Venues which all have a close association with The European Tour group, one of the game’s foremost organisations.

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    Girona, 8km – Barcelona El Prat, 98km
  • Golf Courses
    2 Golf Courses (36 holes)
  • Sports Hub
    Golf Hub
  • Golf Academy
    Golf Academy
  • Accommodation
    Two onsite hotels including 5* Hotel Camiral
  • Restaurants
    Four restaurants
  • Spa
    Wellness Centre
  • Event Facilities
    Conferences, Events & Weddings
  • Tennis
    Tennis and padel courts
  • Forest
    Forest Park
  • Trails
    Cycling and hiking trails
  • Real Estate
    Real Estate
  • Airport
    Dubai, 6km
  • Golf Courses
    27 holes
  • Golf Courses
    Mini-golf
  • Golf Academy
    Golf Academy
  • Accommodation
    5-star Park Hyatt Hotel
  • Spa
    Spa
  • Restaurants
    Six restaurants
  • Tennis
    Tennis
  • Lake
    Boat charters
  • Event Facilities
    Conferences & Events

European Tour Destinations News

Dubai Golf commits to environmental conservation with mangrove planting and turtle release project

17th June 2024
Led by the Emirates Marine Environmental Group, team members from Dubai Golf, Topgolf Dubai, Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club, Emirates Golf Club and Jumeirah Golf Estates gathered at the Jebel Ali Marine Reserve to plant new mangrove plants. The reserve is used as a base to develop and organise educational camps for schools, community members, and corporate groups in an effort to increase awareness and understanding of environmental issues. The Jebel Ali Marine Reserve is currently home to more than 1.5 million mangrove plants, with more than 300,000 planted in 2023 alone. The UAE has consistently made great strides in conservation and sustainability, with a goal to plant over 100 million new mangroves along the coastline by 2040. “Conserving the ecosystem in the UAE is essential to longevity, and an important element of our business practices,” commented Chris May, CEO of Dubai Golf. “It’s a constant learning curve for all of us. I’m proud that representatives from all our golf clubs in Dubai were present at this event to plant crucial Mangrove plants and demonstrate how important conservation is for future development.” “The planting of these mangrove plants is essential to the flourishing of all ecosystems in Dubai, as they absorb four times more carbon dioxide than a terrestrial plant. They are also the ideal plant to restore coastal habitats,” added Morea Tomasi, Director of Marine Conservation projects at EMEG. “The planting of the mangroves is just the beginning, small steps in the right direction can lead to huge changes to ensure a greener approach to the future of Dubai. It is very important for us to continue working with organisations such as Dubai Golf, to create a greater platform and raise awareness of the need to futureproof our coastlines.” Mangroves are trees that usually live in salty water and grow near the coast, playing a crucial role in stabilising soil and protecting coastal communities from sea erosion. Mangroves mitigate the effects of climate change and create a functional ecosystem for the survival and reproduction of certain species of fish, birds, and insects. They are also crucial for carbon sequestration. The event at the Jebel Ali Sanctuary kicked off with presentations from EMEG President, Major Ali and EMEG Marine Director, Morea Tomasi regarding the importance of mangroves. A demonstration of how to properly plant the mangroves and safety briefing took place before seven representatives from Dubai Golf clubs began planting mangroves. In addition to mangrove planting, one of the EMEG’s other key projects is the monitoring and preservation of the Hawksbill Turtle species. The beaches at the reserve are protected nesting places that allow the turtles to breed without the risk of their nests being invaded by foxes. Once safely hatched, the baby turtles are then released into the wild by the team at EMEG. As part of the mangrove planting event, the Dubai Golf team also helped to release the group of hatchlings into the sea. The mangrove initiative and releasing of the turtle hatchlings link with Dubai

Clark conquers Costa Navarino

10th June 2024
Clark was in the final group, starting the day one shot behind the 36-hole leader Mikael Lundberg, and made a solitary birdie on the front nine to reach the turn in 35. However, Clark put his foot on the gas after that with birdies at the 11th and 12th holes, before finishing with a flourish of three birdies in the final four holes – including an impressive one of more than 20 feet at the final hole. He registered only one dropped shot all week and was a mark of consistency at Costa Navarino. His win made all the sweeter by having his wife Vickie with him and his youngest son, Philip, on the bag all week. “It feels great, we have had a great time this week. It’s probably the best venue the Legends Tour has been to since I’ve been on the Tour, and that’s eight years now. It’s been amazing having my wife Vickie here and my youngest son Philip on the bag. “It’s a third victory for him as a caddie, so we’ve just had a great time. It’s indescribable, you know, at our age we don’t know how many of these we’re going to have left and to have them with me, it’s been amazing. “That back nine is just as good as I can play, but I saw that I had a three-shot lead and it kind of shook me because I really didn’t know where I was. I was like, wait a minute, I’ve got three shots? “ Signing off in style with a long birdie putt at 18 has also added to the winning feeling: “To get the Greek fans going, that’s great. It was great to make that putt, I definitely was not expecting to make it so it was a bonus that it went in. “To get the sixth win is really good and I’m looking forward to the rest of the year now!” A family effort Clark’s son Philip, 24, got a real buzz out of being on the bag for his Dad this week, the third time the pair of them have won a tournament working together: “It was amazing, you know, this place is just beautiful. I’ve done this a couple of times before, but it’s been a while – the last time he won with me on the bag was in 2018 in Germany, so it was great to get back on the bag for him and for us to with together. “It’s just amazing, the adrenaline rush coming down the back nine when you realise, he’s got the lead and he really has a chance, that is just so special.” Clark’s wife Vickie was watching on although it wasn’t always easy for her on the final day as he got into contention: “It’s a lot of fun, he’s fun to watch when he is on his game. It’s nerve wracking though, he has no idea what it feels like from this side, at the end

London Golf Club to welcome world’s best disability golfers for G4D event

3rd June 2024
Taking place from August 6-8, up to 60 golfers will compete over 36 holes on the prestigious Kent venue’s International Course – the first EDGA event held at London Golf Club since the USA’s Chris Biggins won the EDGA Cazoo Classic ahead of the DP World Tour’s Cazoo Classic in 2021. As part of the build up to the event, the club and EDGA – an organisation active in promoting and delivering opportunities to sample, participate and compete in golf – will seek to promote inclusivity and accessibility for golfers with a disability in the wider Kent region. Coaching has been provided by the EDGA team to London Golf Club’s PGA professional Paul Stuart to ensure that the club is fully educated and skilled around providing lessons to golfers with disabilities, with free golf lessons now made available to local children and adults with a disability. The free golf lessons are the latest in several initiatives that London Golf Club has put in place to benefit the surrounding area. The club is hugely active in the community, and recently announced children’s hospice Demelza as an official charity for 2024, while it also regularly donates to the West Kingsdown Community Cupboard food bank. Ben Stimson, director of golf at London Golf Club, said: “We are delighted to be welcoming EDGA back to London Golf Club for the London Golf Club G4D Shield event, held during an action-packed summer. “We are grateful to the EDGA team for all the support and training they will be offering our staff as part of the event, ensuring not only that the event is a success, but also enabling us to run a series of free lessons for those in and around the Ash area with a disability who have an interest in giving golf a go.” With fewer than six months to go before the event, an EDGA preliminary team visited the club to ensure all players, regardless of their limitations, can get the best from their golf. Tony Bennett, president of EDGA, said: “The team at London Golf Club has shown great enthusiasm to host this new event on the EDGA Tour, and we are just as excited to be able to visit one of England’s finest golf facilities. “I had the privilege of playing the International Course a few years ago, and it is an excellent test. I know that the players will be thrilled to test their games on the course.” London Golf Club is keen to hear from anyone who would like to volunteer at the event and, for more information, please contact Matt Ryan on Matt@londongolf.co.uk.

Monthly Blog – May

28th May 2024
Paul has enjoyed a long and distinguished career at London Golf Club over the past 30 years and in this feature, published in a magazine celebrating the venue’s 30th anniversary, Paul speaks of the changes in the golf industry, his previous roles and his personal and professional highlights of working at the European Tour Destinations member venue over the course of his career. To read the full The London Magazine – 30th Year Anniversary, click here.
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