Quinta do Lago is once again showing its commitment to junior golf this summer by hosting its fifth successive annual Paul McGinley Junior Cup.
The prestigious resort, which is celebrating its landmark 45th anniversary this year, will hold the hugely popular cup from August 2th to August 4th and the potential stars of the future will even get to meet 2014 Ryder Cup favourite McGinley when he hands out the prizes to the winners at the presentation and barbeque night.
Open to boys and girls up to the age of 18, the 18-hole competition costs €65 and nine holes is €40 to enter and will be played on Quinta do Lago’s award-winning North Course, which was redesigned by American architect Beau Welling in close collaboration with McGinley in 2014.
The winner of the Paul McGinley Junior Cup will again receive a wild-card for the highly-respected Daily Telegraph BMW Junior Golf Championship, also held at the resort for the fifth year between November 9th and 11th.
The 36-hole tournament, dubbed junior golf’s ’Major’, offers stars of the future from UK and Europe the opportunity to join an illustrious list of previous winners including Justin Rose, Tommy Fleetwood, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Melissa Reid and Carly Booth.
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