The Spanish Championships, at the Logroño Golf Course

The course, which today has the longest in Spain in its course, will host the Spanish Professional Men's Championship from October 8 to 11.


The Logroño Golf Course, with the longest hole in Spain on its course, will challenge the participants of the Spanish Professional Men's Championship, which will take place in the Riojan capital from October 8 to 11.

The Logroño Golf Course, of a public nature and located a few kilometers from the center of the Riojan capital, will host this contest for the third time in history and the second in a row.

On the first occasion, which took place in 2006, the winner was Miguel Ángel Jiménez from Malaga, who at that time won his fourth professional champion of Spain. For his part, the Asturian Alfredo García Heredia distinguished himself as the best in 2019, thus accumulating three victories in this tournament.

The Pro Am day will take place on Wednesday, October 7, while the training session will take place on Tuesday, October 6. If a preliminary qualifying round is required - as has happened in previous editions - it would take place on Monday, October 5, according to the organization.

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