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The European Senior Ladies' Team Championship at Volčji Potok

Slovenia is a green, attractive and healthy destination offering numerous opportunities for outdoor sports activities. The idyllic natural environment also provides a wonderful background for the golf courses in various parts of the country. A wide range of golf and training courses is available to golfers in Slovenia.

The varied landscape in Slovenia offers a variety of natural backgrounds, from grassy fields, the karst terrain, Pannonian plains and low hills, to courses at the foot of the Julian Alps. In addition to being well tended, the key characteristics of Slovenian golf courses are easy access, openness and a wide selection of training opportunities. They are suited for any type of player, from beginners to individuals who want to improve their skills, as well as for children and families. For many, the club and the ball, the diverse hole layouts and extensive golf courses are the perfect way of spending their holidays and free time in an active, healthy manner.

From 28 August to 4 September, the Arboretum Golf Course near Kamnik and Ljubljana will be hosting the European Senior Ladies' Team Championship.

Last year, the Spanish team triumphed at the championship in Germany. Representatives of the following 19 countries will compete against one another at Volčji Potok: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, England, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Scotland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

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»As always, friendships will be enhanced by the friendly rivalry which this event provides, and I wish all competitors a happy and enjoyable championship,« said Jan Hubrecht, President of the European Golf Association, welcoming all the players and their accompanying teams.

The Arboretum Golf Course at Volčji Potok is among the more popular in Slovenia, attracting many golfer every year. Dear golfers, welcome to Slovenia!

Author: Polona Prešeren

Date: 19. August 2022

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