ANDALUCIA is ‘leading the way’ to accommodate female golfers.
The region has been applauded for its ability to attract women into the sport, with a leading UK golf organiser singling out the south of Spain.
The managing director of Red Tee Breaks, Sarah Forrest, thanked the region’s courses, resorts and hotels for their ‘willingness to accommodate’ a growing demographic of female golfers.
“The open mind and open arms approach of the people of Andalucia has led to high levels of interest for this part of Spain from female golfers,” she said.
“Ladies like to feel welcomed as golfers; they want to feel part of the golf scene, and Andalucía is leading the way to making this happen.”
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