Club de Golf Alcanada in Majorca, Spain, will renovate all its greens in winter 2018 as part of a €600,000 investment in the course.
The club has already successfully re-laid practice greens with new T1 bentgrass and will close from December 2018 to February 2019 to renovate and improve every green, repair cart paths, upgrade its irrigation system and replace sand in all the bunkers.
Director of golf Kristoff Both said: “We are very excited about the work we will be carrying out at Alcanada as it will further improve what is already one of the most highly regarded courses in Europe.
“Once all the work is completed, Alcanada will offer an even better experience for all players, both members and visitors.”
Alcanada was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and opened for play in 2003.