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40 THE GRAN CANARIA GOLF CLASSIC 2021


Sept/Oct 2021 Travel News TRAVEL PROFESSIONALS ENJOY SUNNY GOLF CLASSIC


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AY 2 of the Big Travel Trade Event seen the running of the 22nd NI Travel Golf Classic with headline sponsorship from Gran Canaria Golf, hosted by Katerina Bomshtein from Gran Canaria Tourism.


The golfers were treated to a full breakfast on arrival,


while Katerina gave an overview of what is on offer from Gran Canaria Golf.


Golfers were bathed in sunshine as they played the 18 sponsored holes, with ample hospitality on the course. With individual hole prizes ranging from flight to Europe, ferry crossings and collectors whiskey box set. The headline sponsorship by Gran Canaria Golf included the major prizes.


Ladies Prize winner – Cara Murphy


The LADIES’ PRIZE includes 5 NIGHTS’ ALL INCLUSIVE ACCOMMODATION FOR 2 in the beautiful 5* Maspalomas & Tabaiba Princess, in Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, boosting one of the Gran Canaria’s most spectacular pool landscapes and offering an array of restaurants and bars to choose from. Additionally, this prize includes GREEN FEES and CAR RENTAL to explore this wonderful island.


Team Prize – P&O Ferries


The TEAM PRIZE includes 5 NIGHTS’ HALF BOARD ACCOMMODATION FOR 4 in the fantastic Don Gregory by Dunas, in San Agustín, Gran Canaria, with excellent service, incomparable sea views and direct access to the beach. Additionally, this prize includes GREEN FEES and CAR RENTAL to explore this wonderful island.


Overall 1st Prize – Raymond Edgar


The MEN’S PRIZE includes 5 NIGHTS’ HALF BOARD ACCOMMODATION FOR 2 in the luxury 5* Seaside Palm Beach (please link with @seasidepalmbeachhotel on facebook), in Maspalomas, Gran Canaria (link with @ MyGranCanaria on Facebook), situated alongside the sand dunes and beach, offering excellent gastronomy, ample terraces by the pools surrounded by the lush palm garden. Additionally, this prize includes GREEN FEES and CAR RENTAL to explore this wonderful island.


Thanks is due to all the Hole Sponsors:


• Gran Canaria Tourism • Greater Miami Convention & Visitor Bureau • If Only • Blue Insurance • Jet2holidays • P&O Ferries • Irish Ferries • Hilton Hotel, Templepatrick • Titanic Distillers • City of Derry Airport • The Holiday Ninja • Tourism Ireland • NI Travel News


Above: Scott Harman and Bruse Cairns at the City of Derry Airport sponsored golf hole


The golf team from Elite Travel


The golfers relaxed in the shade while waiting to hear the results of the tournament


Jordan Adair or NI Travel News and Katerina Bomshtein of Gran Canaria Golf present Raymond Edgar with the Overall Winners Prize


The team from P&O Ferries took home the team prize, presented by Katerina Bomshtein of Gran Canaria Golf


Cara Muphy of Terra Travel took home the ladies prize, presented by Katerina Bomshtein of Gran Canaria Golf


Michael O’Neill is pictured receiving his prize from golf hole sponsor Titanic Distilleries


The golfers gathered to hear the Gran Canaria Golf presentation


Tracy Docherty from golf hole sponsor If Only is pictured with golfers on the course


The team from Traffick enjoying the sunshine


The NI Travel News Golf Team are pictured with Katerina Bomshtein of Gran Canarai Golf


Left: Jenette Taylor of Blue Insurance is pictured with golfers on the course


Right: The team from Terra Travel


are pictured out on the course


The Tourism Ireland golf team are pictured with Katerina Bomshtein of Gran Canaria Golf


enjoying the sunshine


The Bryan Somers golf team are pictured with Katerina Bomstein of Gran Canaria Golf


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