RFEG’s new Pro Spain Team Program is presented


The Pro Spain Team 2023 Program, an initiative of the RFEG in collaboration with the Higher Sports Council, which aims to train and assist elite golfers in their first years on the professional field, has reached its fourteenth edition which has been- materialize in another great support: twenty-three golfers of great projection under the umbrella of this initiative, the third largest number of members -after the 26 of the 2021 edition and the 25 of 2022- since it was founded in 2010.

Eleven women and twelve men, some of them protagonists on various Circuits despite their apparent youth, make up the list of golfers selected by the RFEG Professional Committee to be part of the aforementioned Pro Spain Team 2023 Program.

The list of golfers selected in this Pro Spain Team 2023 Program, in the men’s category, includes Ángel Hidalgo, Manuel Elvira, Víctor Pastor, Javier Sainz, Alejandro del Rey, Lucas Vacarisas, Víctor García Broto, Eduard Rousaud, Álvaro Hernández , Joel Moscatel –all of whom are already part of the promotion of the Pro Spain Team 2022 Program– and the new additions of Quim Vidal and Jorge Maicas. In relation to 2022, Santiago Tarrío, Mario Galiano and Iván Cantero have been discharged.

For its part, in the women’s category, a bloc is maintained that was already put together in 2022, composed of Laura Gómez, Marta Martín, Harang Lee, Luna Sobrón, Fátima Fernández, Teresa Toscano, Elena Hualde, Paz Marfá, Ana Peláez and Marta Perez. María Herráez was added to the group as a novelty, while María Parra and Elia Folch left the program, in both cases after six seasons.

It should be noted that in this group of members of the Pro Spain Team 2023 there are two golfers with cards in the DP World Tour (Alejandro del Rey and Ángel Hidalgo), six in the Challenge Tour and four in the Alps Tour that are also compatible with the Challenge Tour.

For its part, in the women’s group, a player has a card on the LPGA Tour, Luna Sobrón, in a year that could be key to her professional development. Another seven will play tournaments on the Women’s European Tour, while two have the option to play on the Epson Tour in what constitutes a firm commitment to continue their sports careers in the United States, while María Herráez will moving on to LETAS with some forays into LET.

Source: La Verdad


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