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Open De Espana at PGA Catalunya Resort in Girona, Spain

15th - 18th May 2014

Raphael Jacquelin, 2013 champion

The 2014 Open de España will be take place European Tour Destination PGA Catalunya Resort, the stunning 36-hole venue near Barcelona whose Stadium Course has been ranked Spain's number one for the past three years, will host the 2014 Open de España from May 15-18.

Spain's national Open, which has been part of the International Schedule every year since The European Tour's inception in 1972, returns to the widely acclaimed resort for the first time since 2009.

The venue, which hosted its first Open de España a year after its opening, in 2000, has held the European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage since 2008, and last summer it was elevated to Destination status within European Tour Properties' exclusive network of 13 world-class golfing facilities. It was recently awarded the accolade of best course in Spain by the Top100Courses website, while Golf World magazine has judged the Stadium Course at number five in their most recent 100 Best Courses in Continental Europe.

Located an hour's drive from the vibrant city of Barcelona and only 20 minutes from the Michelin-starred restaurants of Girona, PGA Catalunya Resort was originally designed by Spanish legend Angel Gallardo and Ryder Cup star Neil Coles MBE with a view to hosting The 1997 Ryder Cup.

Extensive development in the last few years has enhanced its reputation as one of Europe's very best integrated golf and residential resorts in Europe, with some of the best practice and coaching facilities in the world.

Don't miss this opportunity, advance ticket prices are available with 10% discount on Gate prices.

Children under 14 will be admitted free of charge if accompanied by an adult.

Ticket type Ticket cost (face value)? Quantity
ANY ONE DAY TICKET €12.00 (€10.80) Transaction fee applicable *
SEASON TICKET €37.20 (€36.00) Transaction fee applicable *

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