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Spanish Islands Get PowerPlay Golf Two-Flag Habit

8.03am 9th April 2010 - Corporate

PowerPlay Golf at Anfi Tauro Golf. Two flags with palm trees under Canary Islands blue skies.

The Mallorca Marriott Son Antem Golf Resort & Spa, one of the finest courses in the Balearics, has joined the PowerPlay Golf family.

The 36-hole golf resort, which is located close to Palma and its stunning beaches, offers 5-star service and a luxurious Spa, and has become one of the world’s first 400 Official Venues for the revolutionary new ‘two flag’ golfing format.

The fast-expanding nine-hole game also recently held its first tournament in the Canary Islands, when Heineken sponsored a PowerPlay Golf event at the superb new Anfi Tauro Golf resort.

The event, which was won by John Thomas Hetherstow with a score of 24 points, exemplifies the growth and worldwide spread of PowerPlay Golf, which is now in play in 28 countries worldwide.

Tournament organiser Gary Stevens of Golfcanarias.org was fulsome in his praise of the new format.  “We plan to have regular PowerPlay Golf events now in the Canaries, and we have ambitious plans for international themed tournaments for golf tourists starting this year.

“Golfers love the fast, exciting challenge of PowerPlay Golf – it matches the holiday mood amongst our customers beautifully.”

PowerPlay Golf is developing quickly throughout the world with recent events held as far afield as New Zealand, India and even Tibet.

“An example of how PowerPlay Golf is catching on is evidenced by the fact that over 65% of golf clubs in India are now signed up, licensed and playing the game.  It is very exciting” claimed PowerPlay Golf Director or Golf, Peter McEvoy, one of the game’s founders.

For all information see www.powerplay-golf.com.

Golfcanarias.org www.golfcanarias.org

       

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