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Voters from across the golf hospitality industry are being invited to cast their ballots as voting opens ahead of the World Golf Awards Gala Ceremony 2016.Read more Vote
Does your golf resort have the facilities, world class services and an all conquering customer experience to rise to the top? Does your golf course set the bench mark to which all others aspire?Apply now
Cast your vote for your favourite golf brands!
Voting runs from 14th March until 1st October 2016.Vote
The World Golf Awards Ceremony, hosted by Conrad Algarve, on the evening of Saturday, 12th November 2016 will be the climax of an exclusive weekend itinerary.Event Details
Meet the 2015 winners — truly outstanding achievers and pre-eminent in their fields — who have risen above the competition to lift the 2nd annual World Golf Awards™ trophy.Read More Winners
To request the World Golf Awards™ digital Winner Package or for Winner Trophy or Winner Wall Plaque orders email enquiries to [email protected].
The World Golf Awards™ Winner Trophy and Winner Wall Plaque are perfect to showcase your achievement of being voted the best of the best within World Golf Awards.
The latest issue from our media partner, Destination Golf Magazine, is out now.Read online
The 3rd annual World Golf Awards returns to the spectacular Conrad Algarve, Portugal on Saturday, 12th November 2016. Celebrating excellence in golf tourism, the ceremony will mark the climax of an exclusive weekend of activities, which will include the opportunity to play on the newly-landscaped North Course, at the famous Quinta do Lago Resort, in the World Golf Awards Classic.
Redesigned by renowned American architect Beau Welling in close collaboration with European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley, Quinta do Lago’s new North Course has been built to the highest specifications and is the resort’s newest award-winning course, quickly becoming a favourite with golfers since reopening last October. The North Course has been redeveloped with the emphasis firmly on precision and strategy. While many modern-day developments tend to focus on length, Welling and McGinley have been keen to design a golfing experience where accuracy and course management are the key factors, and a course that is playable and fun for players of all abilities.