The PGA Golf Catalunya Resort has once again been ranked amongst the Top Ten golf courses on the continent in Golf World magazine’s Top 100 European courses.
The acclaimed 36-hole resort close to Girona, Barcelona and the beautiful Costa Brava, which hosted the 2009 Spanish Open won by Thomas Levet, has consistently ranked in the magazine’s Top 10 since its opening a decade ago.
Now, with a new modernist clubhouse and the release of its first phase of exclusive residences PGA Golf Catalunya Resort is recognised as a world class golf estate in one of the most naturally beautiful and culturally distinctive regions of Spain.
While Golf World ranked the Stadium course in seventh position, the UK’s Golf Monthly magazine voted the course number three in Europe although both magazines confirm PGA Golf Catalunya as being second only to Valderrama in Spain.
Billy O’Sullivan, CEO of PGA Golf Catalunya Resort, said:
“To have maintained our position within the top 10 in Europe since opening is testament to the quality not only of the golf courses at PGA Golf Catalunya Resort, but the experience and service that visitors receive when they come to the resort.
We have invested heavily in the courses and the new clubhouse, and have the benefit of a hotel on site. To complement our new residences, which are available as plots, finished turn key villas and self-build, we also have plans to add a sports and tennis club, plus more spa facilities. PGA Golf de Catalunya is not just one of the finest golf resorts in Europe, it is a world class resort.”
The convenient proximity of the resort and its hotel to Girona-Costa Brava Airport means that golfers from across the UK, Ireland and the Continent are less than a two-hour flight away.
Tee times, including special offers, are available to book via the PGA Golf Catalunya Resort website