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The Malaga golfer, winner in 2016 and 2017 and second in 2018, an indispensable reference of the Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de España Femenino. The competition is held at Aloha Golf between November 28 and December 1 with fourteen Spaniards in search of the title. Free admission to witness the show, assured thanks to the presence of the best players of the European circuit
Azahara Muñoz, an indispensable reference of the Andalucia Costa del Sol Open de España Femenino held at Aloha Golf between November 28 and December 1, arrives on their land with the very clear ideas: “I do not obsess, being a reference is a great pressure, but winning the Spanish Open again would be a wonderful dream. ”
 
The Malaga-born golfer attends 'her' Open in Spain, which she has shined with two wins in the 2016 and 2017 editions and a second place in 2018, with full confidence in her possibilities, leading a thriving squad of fourteen Spanish golfers who will find strong opposition of the best of professional golf.
 
“I really want the tournament to start, because I have always loved playing at home. I arrive with great expectations and hopefully on Sunday I have done enough to win it, ”Azahara Muñoz acknowledges with serenity, aware that almost all eyes are focused on her with the desire to further increase her brilliant relationship with Andalucia Costa del Sol the Open de España.

“I arrive confident in what I am doing. The best of the season that ends now has been the attitude, much calmer in the face of adversity, more gracious to myself when the laps don’t work out. That is the way, and it is the one that I am going to travel next year, in principle without significant technical changes, just train and train, work and work, ”says Azahara Muñoz before recalling that 2016 edition, also in Aloha Golf, where she became the first Spanish to register her name in the select medal winners of the Women’s Open of Spain.   “Three years ago I arrived here in what was my worst season at the time. I was off center, hitting the ball badly and finding no solutions. On Thursday of that tournament my sister had a conversation with me that changed everything, which lowered my tensions. Now I arrive much calmer, aware of what I have to do. I know what the road is, ”says the Malaga golfer, who for putting a but to his career in 2019, would have liked to get better results in the“ Big ”tournaments of the year.   And then there is the course, Aloha Golf, the silent enemy that awaits all participants, “a tour that I know well, and that is an advantage. You have to be very precise, place the ball in the right place, especially in the greens, which have a huge movement. There may be the key to the tournament, kicking well but because before you have taken the ball to the place where the difficulties are minor, ”explains Azahara Muñoz.

The Spanish golfer is also aware that the road to victory will be plagued with thorns. "The competition is huge, there are players of a huge level, several of the LPGA, and then there is Anne Van Dam, the defender of the title, who also comes for all ...", he said before reviewing other burning issues.
 
The Solheim Cup - “it would be amazing if it ends up being played in Malaga, in my land. It is a unique tournament ”-; the agreement established to join forces between the LPGA and LET Circuits - “cannot be more positive. The LPGA is clear that it will only grow if the other Tours do it, and the work being done, with Marta Figueras-Dotti in the lead, is incredible ”-; the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games - “Rio was a spectacular experience, representing Spain is always an honor, much more in a Games, so I hope to be there and play my best in a discipline where anyone can win” -… just before getting excited, with tears in his eyes, - "it is an honor to be recognized, this town has always been very good to me" - when asked about his feelings after being named Adoptive Daughter by the City of Marbella.

Great stellar match to open your mouth
The Dutch Anne Van Dam, defender of the title; Spain's Azahara Muñoz, second last year; and the North American Christina Kim, permanent show, constitute the stellar party of the first day of the Andalusian Costa del Sol Open of Female Spain. All of them are cited on the tee of hole 10 at 08:35 hours, without a doubt a great stellar game to open your mouth.
 
The solidarity side of the tournament in favor of the Spanish Association against Cancer
On the day before the start of the tournament, one of the most anticipated events, the longest and most accurate drive contest for the benefit of the Spanish Association Against Cancer, took place on the terrace of the Aloha Golf Club. Some of the most powerful professionals, such as the Dutch Anne Van Dam, who averages 275 yards on the circuit dared to put her stamp on this great initiative and that this time I send the ball to 238 meters. To try to beat them, the most daring amateurs, after donation, had the possibility of beating the pro by distance or precision. One of them, Javier Gervás, achieved it with a 247 meter blow.
 
Suzzan Pettersen, luxury guest at Aloha Golf
Suzzan Pettersen, a highly regarded golfer recently retired after finishing his brilliant sports career with a glorious putt in the 18th hole of the last match that marked the triumph of the team of Europe in the last Solheim Cup held in Scotland, shared the stage with Azahara Muñoz during the press conference prior to the start of the tournament.
The Norwegian golfer reviewed that unique moment recorded for later - "everything happened very fast, so much so that at that moment I was not aware of the deed, which was also only possible because the companions that preceded me also won their matches" - and exposed his aspirations from now on, which focus on his family and contribute his knowledge with the quarry of his country "since golf has formed, forms and will be a very important part of my life."
 
LPGA and LET join forces to boost the growth of women's professional golf in Europe
Ladies European Tour (LET) and LPGA, two major female professional circuits worldwide, have reached an agreement to create a long-term partnership that drives women's golf in Europe. This alliance aims to strengthen the support of sponsors and, in this way, increase the growth opportunities of golfers in the Old Continent.