Sign up to the Oceanico World Golf Kids Championship

Last year the Oceanico World Kids Golf Championship had a record 127 competitors from across Europe and now you can sign up for 2015

Oceanico World Kids Golf Championship

Last year the Oceanico World Kids Golf Championship had a record 127 competitors from across Europe and now you can sign up for 2015

Entries are now being taken for the 2015 Oceanico World Golf Kids Championship, it is free to sign up at

The event is played over the two stunning championship layouts at the Algarve’s acclaimed Amendoeira Golf Resort.

The 2015 edition of the R&A sanctioned amateur tournament provides youngsters between the ages of seven and 18 with the opportunity to compete under the tour-like conditions.

The tournament has a history of attracting entries from as far afield as Asia, as the stars of the future gather to compete over one of Portugal’s most celebrated venues, whilst combining the experience with the opportunity of a memorable family holiday in luxurious surroundings.

Juniors between the ages of seven and eighteen are invited to compete within their relevant age and gender categories, with the lowest three scores in each category being awarded fantastic prizes.

Children aged 10-and-over will compete over 18 holes on each of the three tournament days, while the nine-and-under contest will be fought out over three nine-hole rounds.

With a strong family-theme, there are plenty of opportunities for parents to get involved in the event, with invites to the opening and closing ceremonies, and entry into the pre-tournament Par-3 Parent/Child contest at the Amendoeira Golf Resort Academy Course.

Amendoeira’s outstanding accommodation and facilities also lend themselves to the perfect family getaway, with preferential rates offered to OWKG participants.

The resort offers spacious two-bedroom apartments for families of four; two-bedroom apartments with mezzanines; and luxury villas for larger groups.

All apartments boast modern amenities and appliances, and are surrounded by landscape gardens and a communal pool.

For entries and more information on the 2015 Oceânico World Kids Golf Championship visit:

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