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This Saturday was played on an unforgettable day with a photo gallery for the memory

Martin Kaymer and Álvaro Quirós, together at the ProAm of La Cañada 2023

XVI edición del ProAm de la Escuela Juvenil de La Cañada 2023.
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This Saturday, December 23, the traditional ProAm of the La Cañada Youth School was celebrated in Guadiaro, an event that has celebrated its sixteenth edition and which has been attended by a large number of outstanding professionals among whom were Álvaro Quirós, Martin Kaymer, María Parra, Mario Galiano, Jordi García del Moral, Juan Quirós or Ángel Ayora.

Without a doubt, it is one of the most significant events on the club’s competition calendar and one of the most exciting and rewarding in Spanish golf. There is no more prolific quarry in our country than that of this charming and fantastic club from Cadiz.

On a day marked by unbeatable weather and field conditions, our students were able to enjoy a day of play and competition with a multitude of professionals. The teachers Antonio Arjona, Sonia Collado, Álvaro Clavijo and David Gil were also present.

As could not be otherwise, we were able to enjoy an unforgettable day for the little ones and for the professionals. Here you can see the message that Kaymer left on this flag dedicated to the club:

“It has been a very special day. I hope you invite me again next year.”

The first three classified teams tied at 50 net strokes, although the team formed by Juan Agüera, Pablo Moreno, Anika Jiménez and Rodayna Damoch took the victory by a lower sum of exact handicap.

La Cañada especially thanked all the professionals for their enthusiasm and willingness for such a special day, as well as the club workers for their work and involvement so that everything went perfect, just like the different club collaborators for their contributions for this day, highlighting the member José María Carreras in the photographer’s tasks.

In short, a day that will remain in memory.

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