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La Manga Club: The Right Club for EWGA

12.43am 10th May 2010 - Travel - This story was updated on Sunday, May 9th, 2010

EWGA is responsible for women’s and girls’ amateur golf in England and actively works to grow the game. It represents more than 115,000 members in almost 1,800 golf clubs.

As a result of the new partnership, all members will receive the opportunity to benefit from preferred conditions and added value travel promotions to La Manga Club, including golf and spa breaks and family holidays.

The award-winning La Manga Club resort will provide the perfect venue for EWGA members with a wide array of sports facilities – including three 18-hole championship golf courses, a 28-court tennis centre and a 2,000sqm spa complex. It also offers the choice of a five-star hotel, four-star serviced apartments and townhouses, more than 20 bars and restaurants and great entertainment for children.

In addition to the member breaks, the EWGA has committed to organising its first overseas golf event at La Manga Club later this year. The inaugural English Women’s Golf La Manga Club Challenge will take place from October 10-15 and it is anticipated that a sizeable field will battle it out in the sun for the coveted prize.

Commenting on the developments, Jim Robinson, CEO of the EWGA, said: “We are delighted to form this partnership with the La Manga Club, which is renowned as a premier resort for golfers and families. It’s very good news for EWGA and for our members and we look forward to a successful future.”

A delighted Julio Delgado, general manager of La Manga Club, said: “We are honoured to have been chosen as the Official Overseas Resort Partner for the EWGA.”

“We look forward to welcoming all EWGA members to experience our unique resort offering and to working with the EWGA management to enhance benefits for its membership.”

La Manga Club www.lamangaclub.com

       

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