European Tour Destinations will all be world class venues, offering a comprehensive range of facilities and services to their members and guests. Their identity will be closely aligned to The European Tour, creating a unique partnership.
Venues will be located in key golfing destinations, and will be uniquely positioned to host tournaments forming part of The European Tour’s International Schedule, whether Main Tour, Senior Tour, Challenge Tour or Qualifying School.
The European Tour will provide all Destination Venues with consistent levels of operational and strategic support, ensuring that European Tour Destinations maintain their status among the world's finest clubs.
The European Tour Destinations portfolio currently comprises London Golf Club, one of the UK’s best tournament venues and successful host of the 2008 and 2009 European Open; Le Golf National, whose globally recognised and impressive stadium course will host The 2018 Ryder Cup Matches; Terre Blanche, an exquisite venue located in the heart of Provence; Golf Club St Leon-Rot, sister venue of Terre Blanche and consistently voted as one of Germany’s leading golf clubs; The Dutch, a venue where golf meets business in a uniquely conducive environment; Golf and Country Club Fleesensee, a golfer’s paradise comprising five courses; Diamond Country Club, the stunning Austrian venue which hosts the Lyoness Open on The European Tour International Schedule; PGA Catalunya Resort, host venue of the European Tour Qualifying School Final and whose Stadium Course is ranked number one in Spain; and Jumeriah Golf Estates in the city state of Dubai, host venue of the DP World Tour Championship, the season-ending finale of The European Tour’s Race to Dubai.
Over coming years, the European Tour Properties Portfolio will be selectively expanded to include a prestigious group of world class facilities.