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Aymerich Golf offers increased choice for holiday golfers

12.13am 5th June 2008 - Travel

Aymerich Golf, the leading golf course management and development enterprise, has underlined its commitment to giving UK golfers the widest possible choice of Spanish courses to play by adding several popular layouts to its burgeoning portfolio.

Aymerich has recently taken control of the popular Golf del Sur complex in Tenerife and aims to convert the magnificent resort into one of Spain´s finest locations. The improvements that will be made under the new management will enhance the quality of the facilities, which includes 27-holes of golf at its heart.

The course features three nine-hole loops – the South, North and Link courses – and has previously hosted European Tour events with Josà© Maria Olazà¡bal and Mark James among the winners, while the fairways have also been graced by Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson. In addition to the golf course, there is an excellent golf academy, tennis centre and plentiful accommodation options, including hotels, apartments and real estate.

International green fees start from €56 per round with a five-round ticket costing from €225. For more details, visit

Aymerich has also announced its first venture into the popular golfing region of Catalunya with a long-term deal at Golf de Caldes. Situated 25km from Barcelona in the beautiful Montbui mountains, Golf de Caldes will benefit from Aymerich’s experience and excellence in improving all aspects of a golf facility.

The area already attracts thousands of UK golfers with the neighbouring two courses at PGA Golf de Catalunya being a major draw. For more information, visit

Aymerich Golf is the leading golf club management company in Spain with 33 courses and three practice golf centres. It already operates one club in France and several additions are in the pipeline, including its first in Portugal due to open later this year.

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