The Santander Golf Tour 2020 announces its calendar

The tour will start on September 1 in Cantabria with the intention of completing a total of 11 tests framed in three months distributed throughout Spain.


The Santander Golf Tour will start on September 1 in Cantabria with the intention of completing a total of eleven tests framed in three months throughout the entire Spanish geography. The circuit will see the light at the Real Golf Pedreña to, from there, continue throughout the Spanish geography until the end of the year in Oliva Nova Golf (Valencia) from December 3 to 5 with the dispute of the Santander Championship of Spain of Professionals .

Throughout the three exciting months in which the circuit will be held, the number of tests belonging to the LET Access Series will be expanded, adding two new tournaments to this second European division: The Santander Golf Tour of Malaga, which will repeat its headquarters in Lauro Golf, and the Santander Golf Tour of Burgos at the Lerma Golf Club.

The Santander Golf Tour maintains in its fifth season the "special" tournaments, highly valued by both players and guests: the Tag Team Championship to be held for the third consecutive year at the Real Club Sevilla Golf, and the Pro-Am of Legends to be played on two consecutive days at Golf Santander located in the Financial City of Boadilla del Monte.

The circuit expands its financial endowment in prizes, and offers 3 LET Access Series cards for the 2021 season to the best classified in the ranking.

Many of the young promises of women's golf, both European and Spanish, will go through this circuit to try to make the leap to the international elite. Likewise, many established players will look for the best way to prepare for the upcoming tournaments on the Santander Golf Tour.

Felipe Martín, director of Sponsorships, Events and RRSS of Santander Spain, recalled the Bank's commitment to women's sports: “In these times of uncertainty is when our mission to help people and companies to prosper becomes much more tangible and necessary to overcome all this difficult situation. That is why we continue to support women's sports with references in Spain such as Mireia Belmonte and Carolina Marin. ”

In addition, he thanks all those involved for the effort made to start the circuit in these difficult times: “For yet another year we have managed to fit the Santander Golf Tour into the calendar thanks to the good work of the organizers and the collaboration of the Federation Spanish. That in such a complex environment we have managed to move the tournament forward and give the young players the opportunity to compete and continue training we are proud of all those involved. Our clients are already looking forward to competing in the Pro Am ".



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