ALGARVE (Portugal), Nov 18 — Putters looking to plan a playing golf occasion may need to think about booking as an outing to Portugal, which was named the world’s best golf objective at the inaugural version of the World Golf Awards throughout the weekend.
Facilitated by the same gathering that has the World Travel Awards, known as the Oscars of the travel business, the World Golf Awards occurred at the Conrad Algarve and saluted the best golf goals, courses, and resorts on the planet.
With 80 greens, a large number of them set against sea sees, sensational precipices, white sand rises, lakes and mountains, Portugal was singled out as the best in golf tourism.
Mainstream among golf masters and host to significant occasions on the expert circuits including the European Tour, huge numbers of the courses are planned by designers like Henry Cotton, Rocky Roquemore and Arnold Palmer.
A gentle year-round atmosphere likewise makes Portugal a prominent hitting the fairway goal.
In the mean time, other huge victors of the night included St Andrews Links (Old course), which, maybe as anyone might expect, took the title of world’s best fairway 2014, and The Els Club Teluk Datai, created on the island of Langkawi off the northwest shore of territory Malaysia, which was named the world’s best new green.
The Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida took the honor for best golf inn on the planet.
For the full rundown of champs, including provincial victors over the US, Canada, South Africa and Australia visit http://worldgolfawards.com/victors/2014. — AFP-Relaxnews