Lumine Mediterránea Beach & Golf Community, in Costa Dorada Spain has revealed that a record number of golfers played its two championship golf courses in a single day earlier this month.
A total of 400 rounds of golf were played in one day in October breaking all previous records at the resort in Spain’s Tarragona Region.
The achievement comes on the back of a record season for the resort which is managed by Troon Golf, one of the world’s largest golf management companies.
254% increase on rounds booked by Tour Operators
The Lumine golf resort has already out-performed its forecasted rate of uptake from core European Golf markets with increased Year-on-Year international tour operator rounds up 254%.
“Four hundred rounds in one day has always been a benchmark number we have been striving to hit and I’m delighted that we have achieved this feat so early into what will be an extremely busy period for us over the coming months,” commented Calle Carlsson, General Manager Lumine Golf & Beach Club.
“Our entire team has been working tirelessly to deliver 45-holes of golf in pristine condition along with the very best in service hospitality and value in the game. It’s these aspects that see increasing numbers of golfers return to us every year.”
Lumine golf resort has two 18-hole championship golf courses, The Lakes and The Hills, and a 9-hole golf course called The Ruins.
Next month, the Second Stage of European Tour Qualifying School is being held over the Greg Norman designed Lakes course at Lumine and the resort also hosts the International Golf Travel Market (IGTM), the world’s largest golf travel trade show.
Taking place from 11th -14th November, this high-profile event will be a highlight of the year and will see the Troon managed resort and the Costa Dorada region demonstrates its diverse golf, leisure and cultural offering.