WORLD-CLASS female golfers are heading to the Costa del Sol’s fairways.
The return of the Andalucian Costa del Sol Open will see the likes of Lydia Ko and Michele Wie go head to head.
Broadcast to more than 100 countries, the prestigious championships will be played at Aloha Golf Club from September 22-25.
Andalucia’s Minister of Tourism and Sport, Francisco Fernandez, described it as a ‘highlight of the year’ to host the competition.
“We are delighted to welcome the Ladies European Tour to Europe’s leading golf destination,” he said.
“The Costa del Sol is a heaven for golfers, millions of visitors flock to Andalucía annually to experience the top-notch golf courses and white-sand beaches in year-round warm weather.
“This exciting tournament will bring together the world’s best golfers so that fans and participants may enjoy the great beauty of the sport in an incomparable setting.”
More than 100 golfers are set to take part in the tournament.
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