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ANTICIPATION BUILDS AS LUMINE LOOKS FORWARD
TO EUROPEAN TOUR Q SCHOOL
Lumine, the premier golfing destination on Spain’s Costa Daurada, awaits its first hosting of the European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage from November 11-16 this year.
Lumine Mediterránea Beach & Golf Community, the leading Spanish resort which boasts 45 holes of golf against the stunning backdrop of the Mediterranean coastline, is eagerly anticipating its first ever staging of the final stage of European Tour Qualifying School from November 11-16. Over the course of six days and six rounds, 156 players will compete for the right to tee it up alongside the cream of European golf over the Lakes and Hills courses, with the top 25 and ties earning European Tour cards for the 2017/18 season.
As one of the most unique and high stakes events in golf, which will help to define the careers of several top-level tour professionals and attract the attention of a worldwide audience, Q School is set to further enhance Lumine’s reputation as a tour-calibre venue.
Commenting on the upcoming event, Calle Carlsson, General Manager Lumine Mediterránea Beach & Golf Community, said: “Q School Final Stage represents a critically important juncture for aspiring European Tour players, with the prize item of a European Tour Card for next year.
“We are delighted the European Tour has recognised the superb courses and facilities we have at Lumine by awarding us this privilege. Hosting the Final Stage will allow us to continue our growth and increase awareness levels among golfers around Europe regarding the truly exceptional experience we offer here, both on and off the golf courses.”
Located just an hour south of Barcelona, Lumine offers three challenging layouts: the championship Hills and Lakes courses, as well as the nine-hole Ruins Course, the latter two having been designed by golfing legend, Greg Norman. Measured at 6,334 metres and 6,300 metres respectively, the par-72 Hills and par-71 Lakes courses will offer a stern challenge to even the very best players seeking European Tour playing privileges for next season. While the Hills will provide all competitors with the most stunning views of the resort as they wind their way through the extensive plantations of olive and carob trees, the Lakes is a links-like design featuring areas of wetlands and natural vegetation.
As well as golf, there are also a multitude of attractions located in close proximity to Lumine, including Europe’s most popular theme park, the Puerto Aventura Theme Park; Tarragona, an ancient town once famed for its status as the second home of the Roman Empire; and a host of pristine beaches, making it one of the most popular golfing destinations in Europe.
For further information about European Tour School at Lumine, please visit http://www.EuropeanTour.com or go to Lumine.com/en.