La Manga Club takes on the International Football Tournament for U17 and U18

 International Tournament for U17 and U18 National Football Teams

The national U17 and U18 football teams from various countries such as Norway, Sweden, Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland will be competing in matches for the International Tournament in their particular category at La Manga Club. The different teams will play from the 8th to 13th of February, with the presence of international scouts that are taking this opportunity to discover new talent.

The European Senior Club Championship returns to La Manga Club for another three years

Tennis Centre

The event, organised by Tennis Europe, will be held from the 9th to the 22nd of September and will bring together the club champions and runners-up from a large number of European countries.

Get to know... Javier Armas in ten questions

Javier Armas, director de Operaciones de La Manga Club

Javier Armas is from the Canary Islands and has spent seven months as the Director of Operations at La Manga Club. However, his professional path has seen him undertake various management roles in large tourism chains such as Barceló, Meliá o Bahía Príncipe in countries such as Costa Rica. Two of his defining characteristics are being a lover for his homeland and having a passion for hospitality. Today we'll get to know him a little better.

La Manga Club's three golf courses return to the Spanish top 40 list

Campo sur

La Manga Club consolidates its status as one of the best golf complexes in Spain due to all three of its golf courses being positioned in the top 40 of the best golf courses in the country, in an annual publication from the organisation, Top 100 Golf Courses. Their list has become a significant influence amongst amateur and professional players, who use the guide to choose their training destinations or even international golf tournaments.

Golf at La Manga Club: professional tips on how to play the South Course: Hole 16

Hole 16 South course - La Manga Club

The 'hole-by-hole' guide to La Manga Club. A series of blogs with professional advice on how to play all 18 holes on all three courses: The South, North and the West. We continue with hole 16 on the South Course, our international championship course.​

La Manga Club, chosen for the seventh consecutive year as the best golf resort in Spain

Golf in La Manga Club

The readers of the magazine Today's Golfer, one of the most prestigious in its sector, have again named La Manga Club as the best golf resort in the country. With three 18 hole golf courses, a 9 hole practise area and magnificent training facilities, the resort cements its place for the seventh year in a row at the head of Spanish golf.

Want to learn how to play golf? Do so in a group!

Group golf training sessions

The Golf Training Centre is very pleased to offer monthly group training for all those at La Manga Club. The sessions are open to any level of golfer but are especially for those who would like to practise in a slightly more efficient and structured environment and under the watchful eyes of our expert professionals.

The first women’s football teams arrive at La Manga Club

Women's football at La Manga Club

After the first few busy weeks of January in which we’ve seen the arrival of around fifteen professional football clubs at La Manga Club’s facilities, it’s now the turn of the women’s teams to grace the pitch here in south-eastern Spain. The Norwegian, Dutch, Scottish, English and Icelandic national women’s teams will be staying at La Manga Club over the next ten days.

La Manga Club’s West Course, among the top 100 in Europe

The West Course at La Manga Club

The West Course of La Manga Club has been recognised as one of Europe’s top 100 courses on the website Top 100 Golf Courses for the first time in its history, not to mention being one of fifteen new elite-level golf courses included in these distinguished rankings.

New machinery and the adaptation of tees and pathways on three courses: that's golf at La Manga Club in 2018

New golf projects in 2018

After overcoming two of the first phases in which various improvement projects have been carried out in zones that required it most, now is the time to take the step of modernising facilities in order to cross the finish line that La Manga Club will soon reach.

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