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The beautiful islands of Madeira will play host to the 11th annual World Golf Awards 21-22 November 2024. Leading names from the golfing world will join VIPs and figureheads from the golf tourism industry for what will mark the first World Golf Awards to take place in Madeira.
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The 11th annual World Golf Awards Gala Ceremony will be hosted at Savoy Palace, Funchal, Madeira on the evening of 22 November 2024. It will mark the climax of an exclusive two-day golfing itinerary, which will include golf at Club de Golfe Santo Da Serra on 21 November, as well as a round at Palheiro Golf on 22 November.Event Details
Meet the 2023 winners — truly outstanding achievers and pre-eminent in their fields — who have risen above the competition to lift the 10th annual World Golf Awards™ trophy.
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World-class golf on the enchanting island of Madeira, host destination of World Golf Awards 2024
Savoy Palace from Savoy Signature is a short, scenic walk from the heart of Funchal's charming Old Town. An exquisite modern take on island hospitality, it is will host World Golf Awards Gala Ceremony 2024.
The Robert Trent Jones Snr's 27-hole Santo da Serra is the ideal spot to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The spectacular course will host World Golf Awards 2024.
Madeira's 18-hole Palheiro Golf, one of Europe's most beautiful golf courses, will play host to World Golf Awards 2024.
Find out all the winners and nominees from the 10th annual World Golf Awards.Read online
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