The Spanish Open will continue for three more years at the Country Club

The Villa de Madrid Country Club will host the Spanish Open until 2023. The last edition was held in 2019, in which Jon Rahm was the winner.


The Royal Spanish Golf Federation (RFEG), Madrid Trophy Promotion (MTP), the organizing company, and the Villa de Madrid Country Club, have signed an agreement whereby the Spanish Golf Open will be held at the CCVM facilities during the next three years.

The Villa de Madrid Country Club, in its so-called 'black tour', designed by Javier Arana, already hosted the Spanish Open in 2019, the last edition in which it was held due to the coronavirus pandemic and in which the Spanish prevailed Jon Rahm, current world number 1 and currently absent from the Tokyo 2020 JJ OO due to positive for covid-19. With this agreement, reportedly, the Country Club will continue, at least, until 2023, hosting the highest event in national golf.

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