European Tour Properties welcomes second Bulgarian Destination

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European Tour Properties is delighted to welcome Pirin Golf & Country Club to its network of world class Destinations.
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December 12, 2018
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European Tour Properties welcomes second Bulgarian Destination

December 12, 2018

European Tour Properties is delighted to welcome Pirin Golf & Country Club to its network of world class Destinations.

Situated near Bansko, Bulgaria, Pirin Golf is a five-star resort offering a top-class golf course and luxury accommodation, nestled within the picturesque mountain range from which it takes its name.

Pirin Golf becomes the second Bulgarian venue in the European Tour Properties network, standing alongside Lighthouse Golf and Spa Resort, host of the 2018 European Tour Properties Senior Classic.

The stunning Ian Woosnam-designed course at Pirin Golf takes players on an adventure through rough and rugged terrain, offering an exciting challenge to golfers of all abilities.

Off the course, Pirin Golf & Country Club offers exceptional accommodation through its hotel and exclusive apartments across the complex.

With state-of-the-art spa facilities and numerous other sports on offer, Pirin Golf & Country Club delivers a huge range of activities for holiday-makers.

In the winter months, visitors can swap the fairways for the slopes as nearby Bansko transforms into one of Europe's hidden gems for skiing and snowboarding.

Mr Yordan Kanazirev, owner of Pirin Golf & Country Club, said: “Pirin Golf & Country Club is very proud and delighted to join European Tour Properties.

“We are looking forward to developing new initiatives with the European Tour Properties team to improve the quality and services throughout our resort to world-class standards, and to offer the mark of assurance guaranteeing customers and clients of Pirin Golf & Country Club a truly outstanding experience when they visit us.”

David MacLaren, Head of European Tour Properties, said: “We are so pleased to be able to welcome Pirin Golf & Country Club to our network.

“Our portfolio is packed with world class venues and Pirin Golf is no different. Golf is a growing market in Bulgaria and the success of the European Tour Properties Senior Classic at Lighthouse Golf and Spa Resort earlier this year showcased the country in a tremendous light.

“We look forward to working with Mr Kanazirev and his team to bring the best out of Pirin Golf and help them develop on and off the course.”

For more information, please visit: http://www.piringolf.bg

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