By James Warren •
Published: 06 Nov 2019 • 17:30
HOLE IN ONE: Francisco Salado and Angel Acha at the WTM in London. Source: Facebook
THE Rincon de la Victoria golf resort of Anoreta Golf has travelled to London to promote the facility to the UK market.
The resort has set its stall at the World Trade Market held in London this week to show its commitment to the UK market and to promote next seasons activities.
The mayor of Rincon de la Victoria, Francisco Salado (PP) along with Councillor for Tourism, Antonio José Martín (PP), and the CEO of Añoreta Golf, Angel Acha presented the resort to the London market as the best course in Axarquia and among the leading courses on the Costa del Sol.
“Rincon de la Victoria has several avenues open for work in search of something as important as the deseasonalisation of tourism and golf plays a key role in it. Añoreta Golf is a great ally for Rincon de la Victoria” explained Salado.
“For the Añoreta Golf sports facilities passed in 2018 a total of 32,000 foreign players, and 20,000 of them were British,” he continued, further emphasising the importance the British market has on the golf sector in the region.
The councillor for tourism added that not only does Rincon offer fantastic facilities for the golf player, but it also offers the all round package of culture, gastronomy and proximity to Malaga.
Acha, the CEO of Anoreta praised the local government for their role in keeping the resort at the forefront of the municipality’s interests.
“It is an opportunity to get in direct contact with this potential British client and publicize one of the largest investments in our history with the renovation of the 18 greens of the golf course.”
The course has recently undergone its largest investment in its 24 year history.
In total, €300,000 was spent resurfacing all 18 holes with class leading micro grass, as well as a complete overhaul of its catering surfaces.
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