We are delighted to announce that La Manga Club has won, for the fourth year running, the prestigious Today’s Golfer Travel Award for the best golf resort in Spain. This comes as no surprise to us who are always singing the praises of our wonderful resort but what an achievement for all those who are involved in the day to day running of La Manga Club golf facilities.
This award follows hot on the heels of winning the 1st World Golf Awards awarded for being Spains leading golf complex and also the South championship course being voted the second best golf course in Spain beaten only by the 1997 Ryder cup course at Valderrama.
Winning this prestigious award four times in a row shows how popular La Manga Club remains and gives everyone good reason to strive to continue to give the best possible service and facilities.
As one of Europes most prestigious sporting resorts La Manga Club, set on the Costa Calida coast of Spain, La Manga Club is always playing host to a variety of golf, tennis and football tournaments. With 3 superb golf courses and state of the art golf and tennis academies there is nowhere better to host such events.
This month La Manga Club will play host to the International Womens Senior Golf Tournament. This will be held on the South championship golf course over a period of 3 days and it is anticipated that over 100 women will participate from all over Europe including the United Kingdom, Holland, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, France, Sweden and Finland.
It is hard to imagine how the world famous golf courses and facilities at La Manga Club could be improved The three courses, the South championship course, the North and West are maintained to such an incredibly high standard and popular with visitors and owners at La Manga Club throughout the year due to its sunny all year round climate.
La Manga Club is proud to announce the opening of a brand new golf academy which has been founded by the worlds number one golf instructor and coach to countless PGA Tour, European Tour, LPGA Tour and Champions Tour players, David Leadbetter. There are other Leadbetter academies around the world and they have been and are praised constantly for their innovative and creative teaching techniques.
At La Manga Club, the experienced Leadbetter coaches are led by an Academy Director, currently Laurence Brotheridge.
There are many, many reasons why people flock back to La Manga year after year and one of the main ones is the golf, with a choice between three stunning courses plus a pitch and putt, golfers could be forgiven for thinking they’d died and gone to golfing heaven when they touch down at La Manga Club. With a choice between the North Course, the South Course and the West Course, even during a two-week holiday you won’t tire of the challenges posed by these offerings.
Add to the specifics of the golf courses themselves, the golf facilities, the weather and the mind-blowing choice of styles and types of accommodation and you start to see why this place is so very popular. Set right in the south of Spain, the resort enjoys an astounding number of hours of sunshine year round, which is great news for golfers who are sick of dodging showers in the UK.
When it comes to organising a golf holiday, there are arguably very few better places on earth than La Manga Club and one thing that La Manga Club has in abundance that many other golf resorts simply don’t have, is plenty for non-golfers to do. Add to the three superb golf courses, the abundance of Golf Academies, the pro shop, the one to one tuition and the sunshine, the host of restaurants and bars at the 19th tee and you see why so many golfers choose La Manga Club for their golf holiday, year after year.
At La Manga Club, the three 18-hole golf courses; The South, North and West Courses each have their own challenges that’ll throw even the most proficient of scratch players. Thereafter, the quality and variety of accommodation on offer, as well as the good weather that comes as standard here will have you on the course morning, noon and night.
When we decided to add 10 things to do at La Manga on our website, the challenge wasn’t what to include, it was what to leave out! There really is no end of things to do at La Manga, but here’s our Top Ten:
1 Play tennis. Of course you’re on this site because you’re a tennis fan; that goes without saying. But if you’re venturing into the notion of playing tennis at La Manga for the first time, you mightn’t realise the true glory of what’s ahead of you. Hailed by many amateurs and pros alike as the jewel in the Spanish crown when it comes to tennis, La Manga boasts no less than 28 courts, of which 20 are clay, four are hard courts and four artificial grass.
If you’re thinking of visiting La Manga Club for the first time, you might well be seeking reassurance that you’re making the right decision. Although tennis players and non tennis players alike, go back year after year, and the quality of the facilities speak for themselves, there’s no getting away from the fact that the awards that this resort has won, pretty much left, right and centre, may just be the reassurance you’re looking for.
While awards in themselves are never a good reason to choose a resort, the number and standard of the awards won and nominated for by La Manga Club in recent years are evidence that this resort is right up there with the very best. While many of La Manga’s awards are golf related, there’s no getting away from the fact that the world’s golfing community are a discerning bunch and a resort that ticks every box on their list is highly likely to please the majority of tennis players too.
If you are at the stage of making your list of what to pack to go on holiday to La Manga Club, you are sure to be excited. The thought of your holiday being so close is the ideal way to get through those last few days at work, when everyone seems to find something extra for you to get done before you go. While your core items for your La Manga Holiday will be pretty much the same as they would be with any beach or pool holiday, there are some extra things worth thinking about. Here is our Top 5.
There is always a last minute rush when it comes to holidays, no matter how organised you are, there always seems to be something which slips the net. Irrespective of how many lists you create marked Our La Manga Club Holiday, you are almost certain to be rushing around trying to buy, or organise something at the last minute. So, here are some checklist items that might help with your preparation for your forthcoming La Manga resort holiday:
La Manga Club truly is a great place to enjoy a golfing break, with its three championship courses and its great climate, even the most discerning golfer will enjoy a stay at this exclusive resort. No matter whether you are golfing alone, as a couple or as a group, however, when you plan your stay at La Manga, its worth bearing in mind the golf dress code, so you can make sure you pack everything you need.
If you are accustomed to golfing at home, none of the golf dress code at La Manga Club is likely to come as a surprise to you, but its worth doing a double check before you fly, just incase. In keeping with the high standard of the resort, the dress code for the golf course applies no matter whether you are a golfer, a caddie or you are just wandering round the course with your golf-mad friend or partner, so do bear that in mind.