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The below schedule will be edited to reflect 2024 changes once information is available.


Monday 16/10/2023

12:30 pm

Our Mallorca week begins with a much anticipated trip to Golf Park Puntiro. Now under the control of T-Golf Mallorca, this popular course was already seen as one of the better courses, but now promises so much more. 

Some tough but fair hazards await, and long hitters don't always benefit. This is anyone's victory, and the winner here may not necessarily be amongst the leaders on Saturday.

Son Termes



11:30 am

The second day will quite possibly still give no indication of the final leaderboard standings. Son Termes is a beautiful, interesting and exciting course, but can easily cause a good position to turn incredibly sour.

With the exception of a couple of unusually impressive rounds in recent years, big winning scores are rarely seen, and collapses are the norm. There have been changes to some holes in recent years, with more water being added, and tree growth has seen some fairways narrowed. 

Straight, controlled strikes are the order of the day on both the initial holes, and also some of the later ones - and could be the difference between finishing high in the standings or propping the leaderboard up.

This is a gorgeous course, but can be very destructive to your confidence.




11:30 am

Maioris will prove another difficult course to follow Son Termes - especially for those who are playing catch up after a tough first two days. This is a tight, hilly track that takes stamina and a good aim, and is always a stern test of golf. It's a fairly tough course that none of us know particularly well, and will spring a few surprises.

With a few blind holes, quite a bit of water, and some unforgiving slopes, the secret is simply consistent careful golf - which counts most of us out!

This is a pretty and interesting course which most will thoroughly enjoy, but it will ultimately prove to be a test of mental and physical endeavour. Winning scores in the low thirties are expected, and little change in the Pink Jacket order should be expected.

Son Vida



11:36 am

A long but reasonably fair course awaits us on the fourth day, and bones will start to become tired despite the previous day's rest. Today will see the toughest day so far physically, and energy will play a big part in determining any changes to the leaderboard.

Son Vida has a handful of tricky approaches, and a few greens that are difficult to reach, but is generally considered one of the easier tracks. High scores are often seen here, with are a couple of decent birdie opportunities.

By now we will see who is in contention for the Pink Jacket, and Son Vida will have been very instrumental in the placings.

Son Quint



11:34 am

Finally we visit what is probably the fairest course on the island. Son Quint has good birdie opportunities, and some reasonably wide fairways, however there are still one or two holes that could get in the way of the Pink Jacket .

Anybody going into this round in a decent position on the leaderboard can afford to open their shoulders a little on some of the holes, and enjoy the course. There are ample opportunities to make amends for any errors off the tee.

The final holes are all good for points, and fatigue shouldn't be a real issue here. Expect very little change in the shape of the leaderboard.

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