The World Golf Awards 2015 will run from November 5th-8th at Conrad Algarve.
Attendees will be welcomed to the luxurious hotel on Thursday, November 5th, with a round of golf on one of the three championship golf courses at Quinta do Lago on Friday, November 6th.
A networking dinner will follow in the evening, before the Second Annual World Golf Awards Classic competition on the morning of Saturday, November 7th.
In the evening, the unveiling of the World Golf Awards will form the centrepiece of the itinerary, before guests depart on Sunday, November 8th.
World Golf Awards Managing Director Chris Frost said: “It is an honour to be returning to the Conrad Algarve in southern Portugal for our second Gala Ceremony; the hotel was instrumental in the success of the inaugural World Golf Awards in 2014.
“The Algarve is the centre of the golfing world, and it was no surprise when Portugal took the title of World’s Best Golf Destination last year. With voting set to open in just a few short weeks it will be down to you, the voters, to decide if the destination is able to hold on to this most prestigious of crowns.” Voting for the World Golf Awards Gala Ceremony 2015 opens on March 1st.
“The Conrad Algarve is extremely proud to be hosting the World Golf Awards Gala Ceremony for the second year in a row,” said Conrad Algarve General Manager Joachim Hartl.
“It was an incredible pleasure to be part of the first edition of such a prestigious event in which Portugal was inclusively awarded as the World’s Best Golf Destination and makes more than sense to extend this connection with the golf hospitality industry. The Conrad Algarve Team will be more than happy to welcome all the participants and make the most of this evening that will take place on the November 7th 2015.”
Golf sponsor Quinta do Lago will also offer World Golf Awards guests a chance to enjoy its three award-winning championship golf courses – the South Course, Laranjal, and new North Course, which was co-designed by Beau Welling and European Ryder Cup-winning captain Paul McGinley.
Each has been expertly designed to complement its natural surroundings, while offering its own set of unique challenges. Wide lakes, undulating fairways and strategic bunkers characterise the terrain, along with carefully tended greens, which are considered to be among the best in Portugal.
John Dwyer, chief executive at Quinta do Lago, said: “It was a great privilege for Quinta do Lago to play a leading role in the first World Golf Awards. The visibility it brought created a great buzz about the resort and its success helped cap a special year for us, which included the re-opening of the North Course.
“To be involved again is a great honour and a tremendous opportunity to showcase our five-star facilities to some of the top names in the golf industry.”