Madeira To Host The World Golf Awards 2024

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The enchanting islands of Madeira will host the 11th annual World Golf Awards on November 21-22, 2024. Leading golfers will join VIPs and figureheads from the golf tourism industry for the inaugural World Golf Awards to be held in Madeira.

The prize-giving event at Savoy Palace from Savoy Signature in Funchal will cap off an exclusive golfing program that includes rounds at the two world-class courses of Santo da Serra and Palheiro.

The occasion will bring unite golf tourism leaders from Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, North America, and Oceania.

Chris Frost, Managing Director, World Golf Awards, stated, “It is an honour for us to host World Golf Awards in Madeira for the first time. This Atlantic jewel is an island blessed with a sublime tropical climate, a fascinating culture, delicious gourmet food and incredible flower and fauna – making it the perfect destination for golf. I greatly look forward to joining the finest organisations in golf tourism this November.”

Madeira, sometimes known as ‘the islands of eternal spring’, is easily accessible from most European capitals. The Atlantic archipelago, which shares the same latitude as Morocco, offers a subtropical temperature and a distinct eco-system, making it an ideal golf destination.

Eduardo Jesus, Regional Secretary of Tourism and Culture and President of the Madeira Promotion Bureau, stated, “It is with great pleasure that Madeira will be hosting this event, giving us the opportunity to assert ourselves as a golf destination, aligning with the work carried out by the Madeira Promotion Bureau, which structured the golf product and began promoting it as never before in the archipelago.”

The Savoy Palace, located a short, picturesque walk from Funchal’s lovely Old Town, offers an exceptional modern approach on island hospitality. The striking, curved structure houses elegant guestrooms outfitted with high-end materials and balconies from which to enjoy the seaside views.

Santo da Serra, the breathtaking 27-hole course designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior, is one of the most beautiful natural environments you could imagine. The finest golf and country club is the perfect place to escape the rush and bustle of everyday life.

The Palheiro golf course, which has 18 holes, is one of Europe’s most picturesque. The par 72 championship course winds through a beautiful environment of maritime pine and botanical woodland, interspersed with lush, subtropical vegetation. At over 500m above sea level, the position offers breathtaking views of Madeira’s rugged skyline and the broad Atlantic Ocean.

World Golf Awards, the sibling organization to World Travel Awards, is now celebrating its 31st anniversary.

For more information on World Golf Awards, go to worldgolfawards.com

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