Aphrodite Hills Resort has announced it has attained the PGA National, Cyprus.
The golf course is currently undergoing a major investment upgrade of € 2.5 million and full modernisation, including the rebuilding of greens and bunkers.
Top recognition as PGA National, Cyprus places the Aphrodite Hills Golf in the highest positions of Mediterranean golf courses.
Golf director at Aphrodite Hills Resort, Andrew Darker, said: “For more than 15 years, Aphrodite Hills has created a strong reputation as both a golf course and a state-of-the-art resort. We believe that collaboration with PGA will further develop our profile in the conscience of golfers and the thousands of visitors hosted daily throughout the year.”
PGA chief executive, Robert Maxfield added: “We are pleased that Aphrodite Hills has become the PGA National, Cyprus, which exalts the quality of the remarkable and newly renovated golf course, as well as the excellent five-star leisure facilities. We are proud to promote PGA National, Cyprus alongside its other national facilities in Europe, further strengthening PGA’s global reputation.”
Aphrodite Hills Resort has 290 rooms and suites, a Retreat Spa, 18 restaurants & bars operated by Atlantica Hotels, Holiday Residences with holiday villas and apartments for rent, tennisand football academies, horse riding and a children’s club.