This morning, at Arabella Golf Mallorca – Son Muntaner, the official presentation of the Mallorca Ladies Golf Open took place, the penultimate event of the Ladies European Tour scheduled for November 16th to 18th. Elite players are competing for a prize of €400,000 and a spot in the Race to Costa del Sol.
This tournament marks a milestone as the first time an event of this magnitude for women is held in Mallorca, promoting both the sport and the island. With 32 events in 20 countries and 4 continents, the Ladies European Tour is the premier women’s circuit in Europe.
The tournament will be held on the challenging 54-hole Arabella Golf Son Muntaner course.
The press conference was hosted by Pilar Carbonell, General Manager of e|motion sports in Spain, and featured Edwin Weindorfer, CEO of e|motion, Francisco Vila, CEO of Arabella Hoteles e Inversiones de España S.A. (AHEISA), and Bernardino Jaume Mulet, President of the Balearic Golf Federation. Representatives from the Ajuntament de Palma and the AETIB were also in attendance.
Francisco Vila, director of Arabella Hoteles e Inversiones SA, expressed excitement about hosting the Mallorca Ladies Golf Open at Son Muntaner, highlighting its significance for destigmatizing tourism in Mallorca.
Edwin Weindorfer, CEO of e|motion Group, emphasized the company’s commitment to Mallorca and the importance of highlighting women’s roles in sports. He highlighted the tournament’s quality and collaboration with sustainability.
Bernardino Jaume, President of the Balearic Golf Federation, expressed satisfaction with having an event of this magnitude and thanked the public-private collaboration.
Mallorcan players Luna Sobrón and Nuria Iturrioz shared their excitement about participating in the tournament, emphasizing the excellent course conditions and their determination to compete for victory.
The press conference concluded with a special recognition of sustainability, highlighting the collaboration with “Waterdrop,” which has created a special bottle for the event. With the presence of authorities, media, and the wish for an excellent week of golf, the Mallorca Ladies Golf Open promises to be a memorable event that will elevate Mallorca’s position in the world of women’s golf.