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Carlota Ciganda playing the Andalusian Costa del Sol Open in Spain

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Carlota Ciganda, Ftima Fernndez Cano, Luna Sobrn and Beatriz Recari make up a spectacular checkers poker within the squad to play the Andaluca Costa del Sol Open of Spain, final tournament of the Race to Costa del Sol I know how to play November 25-28 at Los Naranjos Golf Club to culminate the Ladies European Tour season. The four Spanish golfers have been confirmed and will lead the national cast of this great tournament for whose title a total of 72 players will compete, the 64 best in the ranking and eight invited by the organization.

Carlota Ciganda, who despite his youth has already completed a decade working in the professional field, arrives on the marbell course after winning his third Solheim Cup (of the five that he has played) defending the colors of the European team and wanting to add another title of the Ladies European Tour to the four that already appear in his palmars.

It so happens that, apart from Azahara Muoz, double champion of the tournament, Carlota Ciganda is the Spaniard with the best palmars in the Andalusian Costa del Sol Open in Spain, since He has played it seven times and in all of them he has finished in the top ten. In 2014, at Golf Costa Adeje, and in 2017, at the Real Club de Golf Guadalmina, he finished second, with which he arrives at Los Naranjos Golf Club with the intention of ascending one more step on the podium.

“I have been fortunate to be champion of Spain in all categories and achieve the title at the Andalusian Costa del Sol Open de Espaa it would be a wonderful culmination. I have very good memories of the tournaments that I have played on the Costa del Sol and Andalusia “, declared Carlota Ciganda.

The laureate golfer from Pamplona is joined by another player who has made history for Spanish women’s golf, Ftima Fernndez Cano, the first golfer in our country to achieve the LPGA Tour card through its promotion circuit, the Symetra Tour. The Galician has signed an impeccable season, ending second in the ranking of this circuit and signing ten ‘top 10’ and three runners-up in twenty tournaments played.

These results are relevant if one takes into account that last year he finished second on the Symetra Tour, but the schedule shortened due to the covid pandemic caused him to obtain lower playing rights and hence would prefer to strengthen its options in this access circuit.

Moon Sobrn is another of the Spanish women who continue to make their way to the other side of the Atlantic after having a notable success in both the Santander Golf Tour and the LET Access Series and the Ladies European Tour. In fact, the Balearic Islands have been very happy with the establishment of the Andalusian Costa del Sol Open de Espaa on the Costa del Golf, since In the last four editions, all of them held in the area, it has not left the ‘top 20’ and has even signed two results among the top ten.

This magnificent quartet is completed by another Spanish golf record holder, Beatriz Recari, which has three wins on the LPGA Tour, the record of the players of our country, and another triumph in the Ladies European Tour, in addition to having represented Europe in the spectacular Solheim Cup played at the Colorado Golf Club and having won the International Crown defending the Spanish pavilion with Carlota Ciganda, Azahara Muoz and Beln Mozo in 2014. Recari returns to the forefront of golf and cannot do it in a better setting, in a grand final of the Ladies European Tour endowed with an exceptional prize pool, 600,000.


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