Golfers take QHotels road to Spanish success
QHotels, the UK’s largest golf resort operator, has joined forces with renowned international property company Resort Worldwide Properties and the world-famous La Manga Club resort to offer its members the opportunity to win a luxury golf holiday to Spain for up to eight people.
Four of QHotels top golf venues – Oulton Hall near Leeds, Hellidon Lakes Golf & Spa Hotel in Daventry, Belton Woods in Grantham and Mottram Hall in Macclesfield – will each stage a qualifying event this month in the new ‘Road to La Manga’ team competition.
The top two teams of four from each qualifier will then progress to a grand final in September, with the winners claiming a luxury three-night break at La Manga Club in Murcia, south-east Spain, including accommodation in a four-bedroom villa, including two rounds of golf per person and access to the resort’s five-star spa facilities.
Featuring a Stableford format with the best two scores from four counting, the qualifying events will take place at Oulton Hall on June 11; Hellidon Lakes on June 12; Belton Woods on June 19; and Mottram Hall on June 25, which will also provide the venue for the grand final on September 17.
Running alongside each qualifier on the same day will be a separate Exclusive Property Show, with Resort Worldwide Properties giving golfers a second chance to win a holiday to La Manga Club with a fantastic seven-night break up for grabs – simply by registering for a free prize draw before each show.
Set across an area of 1,400 acres, La Manga Club – a five-time host of the Spanish Open – is widely recognised as Spain’s flagship resort and its comprehensive golf facilities include three 18-hole courses, a nine-hole academy course and recently-opened Leadbetter Golf Academy – the only one in mainland Spain.
Named AA Hotel Group of the Year in 2014/15, QHotels features a host of prestigious venues in its portfolio including Slaley Hall, Forest Pines, Belton Woods and Mottram Hall.
The multi-award-winning four-star golf group offers tournament and championship-standard courses in 10 unique resort locations across England and Scotland.
Established more than 30 years ago, Resort Worldwide Properties’ national team of highly-trained property consultants are connected to a network of international properties, combining their expertise to find the right property for you.
For further details about the ‘Road to La Manga’ and Resort Worldwide Properties, go to http://www.resortworldwideproperties.com/road-la-manga/ and http://www.resortworldwideproperties.com/property-show.
To discover more about QHotels and its golf resorts, call 0845 2411 320 or visit www.QHotels.co.uk/golf.
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