Ladies Day, towards the World Cup in Tenerife

The National Final of International Pairs Italy will be held on June 27th, 28th, and 29th, with over 300 participants expected from all over Italy.

by Andrea Gussoni
Ladies Day, towards the World Cup in Tenerife
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On June 27th, at the Golf Club Le Fonti in Castel San Pietro Terme, the Ladies Day of International Pairs Italy 2024 will take place. This special event will allow the best Lady pair and the best Mixed pair to fly to the world final in Tenerife from September 30th to October 4th in their respective categories.

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The National Final of International Pairs Italy will be held on June 27th, 28th, and 29th, with over 300 participants expected from all over Italy. Thanks to the collaboration with ILGA - Italian Ladies Golf Association, Italy will bring a team enriched by a Lady pair and a Mixed pair to the world final.

The two pairs flying to Tenerife will be the winners of the "Ladies Day" to be played on Thursday, June 27th, with an 18-hole 4plm Stableford format. It will be open to all Lady and Mixed pairs who register for this special day, even if not qualified for the finals of the Gross and Net categories.

Pairs can be formed among players from different clubs. To participate in the Lady category, both players must be ILGA members for the current year, while there are no constraints for the Mixed category. More information and registration for the event can be found directly on the official website.

The winning pair in the Lady category will receive a direct invitation to participate in the International Pairs World Final in Tenerife, competing in the Ladies Division, while for the Mixed pair, access to the final will only be possible if at least 20 pairs are present.

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