23 Aug, 2019 @ 13:05
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Prince Andrew golfs at Spain’s most expensive course as he flees allegations surrounding paedo pal Jeffrey Epstein and ‘sex slave’

TEEING OFF: Prince Andrew was pictured enjoying a spot of golf at Spain’s most expensive course

A ‘RELAXED’ Prince Andrew has indulged in a round of golf on Spain’s most expensive course as he dodges the sexual allegations swirling around him and his paedo pal Jeffrey Epstein.

The Queen’s son was pictured teeing off at Real Club Valderrama, in Sotogrande, which costs €400 a round, not including a buggy.

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The Duke of York, 59, drove his black Range Rover to the exclusive golf spot, before stepping out in a light blue polo and slacks to play nine holes, while accompanied by a bodyguard.

Surrounded by his nearest and dearest – including ex-wife Sarah Ferguson – Andrew was also known to have been at a friend’s 50th birthday and dined at exclusive restaurants Cancha Dos and Gigi’s Beach.

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Fergie is believed to have mostly stayed by the pool at the 350-acre €41 million mansion the former couple are believed to be holed up in.

It comes as the ‘panicking’ prince has sought to escape accusations over his alleged 17-year-old sex slave Virginia Roberts, who claims the royal slept with her three times.

EXCLUSIVE: Real Club Valderrama is Spain’s most expensive course

Flight records from the private jet of disgraced financier Epstein, who killed himself in his New York prison cell on August 10, appear to show the pair in the same location three times.

But Buckingham Palace has defended Andrew as it said: “Any suggestion of impropriety with underage minors is categorically untrue.”

In a partnership with Sky News, the Olive Press is among the world’s media currently tracing Prince Andrew’s movements in Southern Spain.

Charlie Smith

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  1. 400 Euro for a round?
    Las Colinas, which is rated higher AND is voted World’s Leading Golf resort and Spain’s Leading golfg course is 1/4th of the price and situated on the Costa Blanca, closer to Airports, historal cities etc…
    But the resort keeps their clientele discrete, as they expect.

    Location : Jeddah
  2. 400 a round keeps the riff raff out (me).
    If you want to mix with people willing / able to spend that much you are doing a public service by keeping them away from real people. The only thing worse would be paying to watch Trump cheat!

    Location : Alpujarras

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