On Saturday, June 2 at 9am, La Cala Resort has a very special date to celebrate with their silver anniversary of this traditional CUDECA tournament, and thus adds one more year to the trajectory of one of the most important charity events they organize. The aim is to raise funds for the Cudeca Foundation – Cancer Care Hospice.
Copa Cudeca has been held over the past 24 years and has become an essential tournament in the resort’s annual calendar. This important event aims to raise funds for the Cudeca Hospice supporting their admirable work and to continue improving the income area dedicated to patients who require free professional care at the end of life.
From the resort management, they are very proud of the results of the last 24 years of organizing this tournament. “Last year, more than 10,500 euros were raised, funds that were allocated to the installation of a new air conditioning system that will improve the quality of life of the patients in the In-Patient Unit,” said Noemí Román, Marketing Director of La Cala Resort. For the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the tournament, the chosen course will be Camp America, known for its extensive golf course, flat streets and spectacular views of the Sierra de Ojén and the Mediterranean.
The registration fee for the tournament is 60 euros and includes Green Fee, shared buggy, prize giving and auction. There will also be a succulent barbecue at the end of the day and an auction to raise funds. Non-golfers have the possibility to accompany the players to lunch for only 24€. Participation in the tournament is open to all amateur players, with a valid licence issued by the Royal Spanish Golf Federation and/or a handicap certificate from another international golf federation, with no handicap limitation.
The start is at 09.00 in the morning and the style of the game will be ‘individual stableford, 18 holes’. There will be prizes for the top three finishers in each category.
About the Cudeca Hospice
CUDECA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to offer specialized care and assistance to people with advanced cancer and other non-curable illnesses and support to their families. Each year, more than 1,400 people need the professional and free care they provide. Since 1992, CUDECA has managed to care for more than 14,000 patients in the province of Malaga thanks to the collaboration of the entire community of Malaga.