Alcanada Golf hosts the final of the Rolex Challenge By The R&A


The stunning Alcanada golf course, based in the north of Mallorca, will host from November 3-6, 2022, the final event of the Road to Mallorca program; in which the top 45 ranked players will compete for one of the 20 cards for the 2023 season. DP World Tour for the 2023 season. The top five finishers will also receive the John Jacobs Scholarship, announced last month as part of the partnership, for the DP World title on the European group's premier Tour for 2023. 

Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. in 2003, Alcanada Golf is ready to receive this important tournament that already hosted in 2019 and in which former PGA EuroPro Tour players Richard Bland, Jack Senior and Oliver Farr achieved progression to the European Tour and Italian Francesco Laporta has been awarded the 'Road to Mallorca', also achieving the Grand Final European Challenge Tour.

The Alcanada Golf course offers 6,499 meters naturally integrated into the typical Mallorcan landscape with modern facilities and exceptional attention to detail. Alcanada Golf has established itself as an unforgettable golf experience thanks to its latest renovation carried out to replace the 18 greens, improve irrigation, and renew all the sand in the bunkers, among other improvements.

With the celebration of this new event, the commitment to Mallorcan golf is gaining strength and Mallorca is already considered one of the best destinations in Europe for the practice of this sport. The island of Mallorca, thanks to its 20 golf courses for all levels and its more than 300 days of sunshine a year, has become a perfect destination to visit in any season and enjoy golf at any level. 

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