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La Manga launches UNICEF tournament
August 31, 2011

Golfers can escape the British autumn and enjoy some competitive warm-weather golf, while supporting a great cause, with La Manga Club's new UNICEF golf tournament.

The five-star Spanish resort is extending its work with UNICEF to deliver the charity's first golf event at the venue on Saturday, October 8.

The Stableford competition will be played over the par-73 South course, one of three premier golf courses at La Manga Club. Prizes will include luxury golf and lifestyle breaks at the prestigious resort, as well as spa treatments and green fees.

Entry to the event costs just €60 a nd competitors can take advantage of special accommodation packages. For just €50 per person per night, golfers can enjoy a two-night stay in a double or twin room at Las Lomas Village, with breakfast in the Deli Café.

In addition, all guests can enjoy free entrance to the saunas, steam rooms, indoor pool and gym at Spa La Manga Club

The money raised at La Manga Club will help further the good work of two UNICEF programmes: the Schools for Africa Project, which has seen more than 5.5million children enrol in education across 10 countries since it started in 2005; and the Horn of Africa initiative, which aims to increase aid for children and women affected by prolonged drought and conflict.

La Manga Club boasts unrivalled facilities as a sport and leisure venue including three 18-hole championship golf courses, a 28-court tennis centre and a 2,000sqm spa and fitness centre. It also offers the choice of a five-star hotel, four-star serviced apartments and townhouses, more than 20 bars and restaurants and great fun for children.

For more information or to book a stay at La Manga Club call 00 34 968 17 5577, email reserve@lamangaclub.com or visit www.lamangaclub.com .








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