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The Travel section underlines The European Tour’s ethos of celebrating the game of golf and showcasing our diverse global talent and rich landscapes. The European Tour's innovative approach enables us to embrace the world, combining championships of tradition with new tournaments in the cities and countries of the future.

Host Countries – The European Tour will visit 26 countries across four continents in 2016, each highlighting the rich diversity of the Tour. The host countries range from those where golf has been played for centuries, such as Scotland, to emerging markets such as those in Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

Host Venues – The European Tour International Schedule comprises a minimum of 47 events, played over 48 different courses. Each Host Venue presents a unique test for the world’s best golfers as The European Tour travels around the world. The Host Venues range from links to parkland, from deserts to mountains and from some of the oldest and most revered courses to new championship venues designed to test the very best.

European Tour Destinations – European Tour Destinations are world-class venues within the European Tour Properties network, offering a comprehensive range of facilities to both their members and guests. Their identities are closely aligned to The European Tour, creating a unique partnership that benefits both parties. The London Club in England was the first European Tour Destination.

European Tour Courses – The European Tour Courses brand offers the opportunity for golf venues to benefit from a world-class brand and focused operational and commercial support. European Tour Courses are likely to evolve in those countries where The European Tour does not have a high-priority real-estate strategy and in key, emerging golf markets.


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  • New 18th at Quinta do Lago
  • Luna Sobrón, Noemi Jimenez and Céline Boutier
  • Quinta do Lago
  • Sergio Garcia at PGA Catalunya Resort to celebrate the anniversary of his first Junior Golf Academy
  • Royal St David's, Wales
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Winter Royal St David's Golf Club Harlech
  • Aerial of Old Course on Porth Dinllaen Peninsula Nefyn & District Golf Club
  • Bull Bay Golf Club Isle of Anglesey
  • Cradoc Golf Club
  • Golfers on 17th tee with Great Tor behind at sunset Pennard Golf Club Gower Peninsula
  • Clyne Golf Club Players on green with Mumbles Head in background
  • Royal Porthcawl Golf Club, Bridgend
  • The European Golf Association’s International European Seniors' Championships 2013 winners: Lorenzo Sartori, Italy, and Helene Maxe, Sweden.
  • The European Golf Association’s International European Seniors' Championships 2013 winners: Lorenzo Sartori, Italy, and Helene Maxe, Sweden.
  • David MacLaren and Thomas Döbber-Rüther announce Golf & Country Club Fleesensee becoming a European Tour Destination
  • The European Tour's David MacLaren (left) with representatives from the host club Terre Blanche and winning Fleesensee team
  • Terre Blanche Hotel Spa Golf Resort
  • The Dutch welcomes Jack Nicklaus
  • Tenby Golf Club, Wales


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