DOM PE­DRO GOLF COL­LEC­TION

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The Dom Pe­dro group, who re­cently ac­quired the five Vil­am­oura cour­ses, pre­sented the new im­age of the cour­ses, now part of the Dom Pe­dro Ho­tels & Golf Col­lec­tion. In Vil­am­oura, the Ocean­ico Golf be­came the Dom Pe­dro Golf, while all other cour­ses keep their original names – Pin­hal GC, Mil­le­nium GC, Vic­to­ria GC, La­guna GC, Old Course – but now with the gold sym­bol of the pro­pri­etor. As part of this re­brand­ing, the Dom Pe­dro Golf, the old­est of the group (opened in 1975) is now the Dom Pe­dro Vil­am­oura. The launch of the re­brand­ing was at­tended by some thirty jour­nal­ists and Euro­pean tour op­er­a­tors and in­cluded a tour­na­ment at the Vic­to­ria Golf Club. The Net win­ner was Ger­man Frank Crudo (45 points), fol­lowed by Por­tuguese José Va­lente (38). The Gross win­ner was Dutch­man Oliver Gun­ning (31). The First lady was Dutch­woman Manuela Il­gun. The of­fi­cial cer­e­mony, which started with a cham­pagne cock­tail at Buzios and fin­ished with a gala din­ner at the Dom Pe­dro Ma­rina, was at­tended by var­i­ous en­ti­ties ac­com­pa­ny­ing hosts Stefano Saviotti and Luis Cor­reia da Silva, from the vice-pres­i­dent of Tur­ismo Por­tu­gal, Filipe Silva, to the Pres­i­dent of Tur­ismo Al­garve, Desidério Silva, as well as coun­cil­men from Loulé and Vil­am­oura.

OGrupo Dom Pe­dro, que re­cen­te­mente com­prou os cinco cam­pos de golfe de Vil­am­oura, ap­re­sen­tou a nova im­agem das in­fraestru­turas, agora in­tegradas no Dom Pe­dro Ho­tels & Golf Col­lec­tion. Em Vil­am­oura, a Oceânico Golf pas­sou a des­ig­nar-se Dom Pe­dro Golf e to­dos os cam­pos man­têm o nome ini­cial – Pin­hal GC, Mil­len­nium GC, Vic­to­ria GC, La­guna GC, Old Course – mas agora com o sím­bolo dourado da nova en­ti­dade pro­pri­etária. E os cinco per­cur­sos in­te­gram agora a Dom Pe­dro Golf Col­lec­tion. No âm­bito deste “re­brand­ing” o Ho­tel Dom Pe­dro Golf, o mais antigo do grupo (in­au­gu­rado em 1975) pas­sou a des­ig­nar-se Dom Pe­dro Vil­am­oura. O lança­mento do “re­brand­ing” teve a par­tic­i­pação de três dezenas de jor­nal­is­tas e op­er­adores turís­ti­cos eu­ropeus e in­cluiu um torneio no Vic­to­ria. Em net gan­hou o alemão Franck Crudo com 45 pon­tos, seguido do por­tuguês José Va­lente com 38. Em gross gan­hou o holandês Oliver Gun­ning com 31. A primeira sen­hora foi a holan­desa Manuela Il­gun. Na cer­imó­nia ofi­cial, que começou com o cham­pagne cock­tail no Búzios e ter­mi­nou com o jan­tar de gala no Dom Pe­dro Ma­rina, es­tiveram várias en­ti­dades a acom­pan­har os an­fitriões Stefano Saviotti e Luís Cor­reia da Silva, desde o vice-pres­i­dente do Tur­ismo de Por­tu­gal, Filipe Silva, ao Pres­i­dente do Tur­ismo do Al­garve, Desidério Silva, autar­cas de Loulé e Vil­am­oura.

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