Would you like to experience the thrill of professional golf? You can’t miss the Road To Mallorca, then. It’s the tournament that offers you the opportunity to discover the future champions of world golf. For the fifth year in a row, Mallorca will host the Final of the Challenge Tour — Road to Mallorca, which will be held at the Alcanada Golf Club from the 2nd to the 5th of November. Here, we will tell you everything you need to know about this season-long competition.

What is Road To Mallorca?

Road To Mallorca is the name of the Challenge Tour, the second tier of European golf. The circuit consists of 30 tournaments in 19 countries, with a wide variety of venues and playing conditions.

Mallorca hosts the final tournament of the Challenge Tour season, hence the name Road To Mallorca, which brings together the top 45 players in the ranking to play for promotion to the DP World Tour and the Challenge Tour title. The winner will also receive a cheque, a Silver Salver, and the honour of having his name inscribed on the circuit’s winners’ list alongside the likes of Thomas Bjorn, Ian Poulter, Rasmus Hogjaard and Tommy Fleetwood.

Road To Mallorca is supported by Mallorca Golf Island, the initiative that brings together a selection of high quality golf courses on the island of Mallorca.

Why Mallorca as the venue for the tournament final?

Road to Mallorca is a unique opportunity to experience professional golf at first hand, meet future champions and discover the charms of Mallorca, an island that has everything for golf lovers: climate, gastronomy, culture, nature and, of course, dream courses.

Mallorca is the perfect island for golf. For starters, it has an ideal climate for playing golf all year round, with more than 300 days of sunshine and an average temperature of 17°C. There are more than 20 quality golf courses within an hour’s drive of each other, offering a wide variety of layouts, difficulties, and landscapes.

Mallorca also has a rich cultural, gastronomic and leisure offer to complement your golfing experience. You can visit the beautiful capital, Palma, with its impressive cathedral, old town and port. Or explore other charming towns and villages such as Valldemossa, Sóller, Alcúdia or Pollença. On the other hand, enjoying the beaches and coves of crystal clear waters that surround the island is a must.

Mallorca has excellent communications, with an international airport that receives direct flights from many Spanish and European cities. There are also ferry services linking the island with other Mediterranean destinations. There is also a wide range of accommodation, from luxury hotels to flats and villas.

Enjoy professional golf in Mallorca

Road to Mallorca is a great opportunity to enjoy the best professional sport and the future stars of European golf in Mallorca. So, from Mallorca Golf Island, we encourage you to come this November to meet the names of the continent’s most promising players. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to take advantage of your stay on the island to test yourself on one of the best golf courses on the island. You’ll want to come back again and again!