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A growing reputation for Golf Son Gual

8.02am 3rd June 2008 - Travel

Golf Son Gual – the most prestigious golf address on the sunshine island of Mallorca – is reporting a 45% increase in international green fee sales in the three months from 1st March 2008.

The figures – compared against the period from 1st December 2007 to 29th February 2008 – are a good indication of Golf Son Gual’s growing reputation as one of Europe’s finest golfing venues.

Laid out across beautiful Mallorcan terrain, just east of the capital Palma, Golf Son Gual is the realisation of one man’s dream. Adam Pamer, a double-glazing magnate and a self-confessed golf nut has been visiting the island since 1974 and purchased a holiday home there in 1994. Frustrated with the poor condition and service he experienced at many of the island’s courses, he set out to build his own dream golf club and employed three-time German Amateur Champion, Thomas Himmel, to create it.

Himmel has worked wonders and delivered an exquisite golfing experience that blends seamlessly into the local landscape.

In addition to the influx of green fee visitors, Son Gual has been inundated with enquiries for memberships. Whilst details will not be announced until later in the year, only a limited number of memberships are likely to be available. In the meantime, green fee visitors are advised to reserve a tee-time well in advance in order to avoid disappointment.

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