17 June 2019
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Royal Bled, the oldest and biggest golf course in Slovenia, was added to the list of best and most beautiful golf courses in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East region. The golf course joins the club of 63 courses on the prestigious World of Leading Golf list. The criteria to be added to the list includes continuous testing of the course’s quality and visitor satisfaction, Slovenian news agency STA reports. Speaking at the International Golf Travel Market convention in Ljubljana, Claus Feldt, the CEO of the World of Leading Golf, said the Royal Bled was rewarded for the high quality of service, excellent golf course and the fact that golfers rated it as worth a revisit. Other golf courses on the list include this year’s Ryder Cup venue, the Le Golf National near Paris, and the Celtic Manor Resort in Scotland, the host of the Cup in 2010. Germany as a country has most golf courses on the list with nine listed, while Spain is second with eight courses and the UK comes third with six courses.

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