While celebrating its 45th anniversary, Spain's multi-award-winning La Manga Club is determined to remain at the forefront of European golf well into the next decade and beyond. 

The five-star resort is completing a three-phase upgrade of its golf offering and will be finalising refurbishments to the tees on both the North and South courses, with improved access, landscaping and stone-work.

Meanwhile, on the West course, a huge project is underway to improve the pathways for smoother and easier movement around the course.

This will complete a project implemented by director of golf Eduardo Ruiz, who joined La Manga Club nearly three years ago, and golfers have already enjoyed the benefit of a refurbishment of the club shop, locker rooms, Bar 37 and course furniture.

Ruiz explained: "Throughout the project, we have continued to purchase machinery, condition the tee areas located close to the hotel, and landscape the pathway from the clubhouse to the hotel.''

''We've put the terrace in the clubhouse into action and we will soon complete our biggest task: improving the buggy pathways on the West Course.''

The 566-hectare resort continues to rack up the accolades, with 2018 already seeing La Manga Club hailed as Spain's best golf resort in theToday's Golfer Travel Awards, for an amazing seventh successive year. 

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