Costa Navarino: Your chance to play in the Aegean Messinia Pro-Am 2024

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The 2024 Mediterranean Golf Resort of the Year will play host to the Aegean Messinia Pro-Am in November.
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May 23, 2024
Jack Lumb in , ,
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The wonderful Costa Navarino is set to host the 2024 Aegean Messinia Pro-Am, with the stunning landscape of Messinia, Greece, providing an idyllic backdrop for the popular tournament once again.

Running 20-24 November, the Pro-Am will be held across three of Costa Navarino’s four signature 18-hole courses — The Dunes Course, The Hills Course, and the International Olympic Academy Course.

The much-loved tournament will offer a truly special golfing experience, providing the opportunity to catch up with old friends, embrace the new and enjoy the spectacular yet challenging courses playing host to the event.

Costa Navarino - The Hills Course
The Hills Course at Costa Navarino

Hailed as the ‘2024 Golf Resort of the Year — Mediterranean’ by IAGTO (International Association of Golf Tour Operators), the picturesque Costa Navarino doesn’t just deliver on quality, but also within its commitment to sustainable development.

Working in harmony with Messinia's natural environment and local communities, the resort uses approximately 8% of the development budget to create the necessary infrastructure for a sustainable operation.

And now, the sensational Costa Navarino has unveiled the entry details for this year’s Aegean Messinia Pro-Am – the grand finale to the destination’s annual golf calendar.

Players and guests can choose from a wide range of five and seven-night tournament options, which include accommodation at the five-star The Westin Resort Costa Navarino, the opportunity to participate in three themed social events, a list of leisure activities and a fine selection of gastronomy experiences.

The main sponsor, Aegean, is also offering special airline ticket conditions for participants and their companions travelling from abroad. Amateurs will receive a free golf bag carriage while the participating professionals can fly for free (except for taxes).

Last year’s Messinia Pro-Am welcomed competitors from a whopping 23 different countries worldwide, with PGA of Great Britain & Ireland professional, Liam Bond reigning supreme in the 54-hole event at 13-under-par.

Supported by the Hellenic Golf Federation and the PGA of Greece, the Confederation of Professional Golf-sanctioned event will feature a maximum of 70 teams and a handsome prize fund of €70,000.

Each team will comprise one professional and three amateurs, offering the opportunity to compete for an array of superb individual and team prizes.

The four-day event will also showcase a full and engaging programme of social events, with the Pro-Am being brought to its conclusion with an exquisite gala dinner and prize-giving ceremony.

Team registration for the Aegean Messinia Pro-Am 2024 is now open and operating on a first-come, first-served basis.


For more information on packages and to book, visit the registration page.

About Jack Lumb

Jack is the editor of Golf Today. Having spent ten years playing competitively at a high amateur level and five years at county, he has carried his knowledge of the game into the world of journalism. He once set the course record at his home club, only for it to be beaten a month later.

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