The 2023 International Pairs World Final is heading to Obidos, Portugal

The 2023 International Pairs World Final is heading to Obidos, Portugal

The much-anticipated 2023 International Pairs World Final is set to take place in the captivating town of Obidos, Portugal, from the 6th to the 10th of November 2023. This premier golfing event, renowned for uniting golfers from all corners of the globe, promises to be a thrilling celebration of skill, camaraderie, and sportsmanship.

About the host venue: Obidos and the World Final Golf Courses.

Nestled in the heart of Portugal’s picturesque countryside, Obidos is a historical gem boasting cobbled streets, medieval walls, and charming architecture. A golfing haven, this enchanting destination provides the perfect backdrop for the International Pairs World Final. Golf enthusiasts can expect to be captivated by the region’s natural beauty while immersing themselves in an unforgettable golfing experience.

The participants of the World Final will have the privilege of showcasing their talent on two prestigious courses: Royal Obidos Golf Resort and Spa and Bom Sucesso Resort. These exceptional courses are renowned for their immaculate greens, challenging layouts, and breathtaking views, making them the perfect stage for crowning the next International Pairs champions.

Obidos Municipality’s commitment to hosting the World Final further solidifies its status as a prime golfing destination, while Turismo Centro Portugal’s involvement highlights the country’s dedication to promoting tourism and fostering unforgettable experiences for golfers from around the world.

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Exciting New Divisions in the 2023 World Final

In addition to the Championship Divisions, the International Pairs World Final is now open to direct entrants throughout the world with three exciting categories: the Mixed Pairs Open, Women’s Open, and Exclusive Ryder Experience offering a remarkable opportunity for golfers to showcase their skills on a global stage.

The Ryder Experience:

After it’s great success in 2022, the unique Ryder Experience welcomes back the 4 past Ryder Cup players of Costantino Rocca, Manuel Pinero, Eddie Polland, and Ronan Rafferty. These 4 esteemed legends of the game will captain 4 teams that will go head to head in a team format to become the 2023 Ryder Experience Champions. For those with a burning passion for golf’s rich history and legendary competitions, the Ryder Experience awaits. This exclusive division allows participants to immerse themselves in the world of the Ryder Cup, rubbing shoulders with past Ryder Cup Players and experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime golfing adventure.

The Mixed Pairs and The Women’s Open:

Calling golfing duos from around the world to unite and experience the International Pairs World Final. Played in 2-person team formats. Players handicaps vary from 0-54, making it a fun yet competitive environment. Whether you’re a seasoned player or just picked up the game, this is your chance to join the ranks of golfing legends and compete against club golfers from 27+ countries across the globe. The Open division adds a new dimension of excitement to the World Final, creating an opportunity for unique partnerships and unforgettable moments on the course.

The 2023 International Pairs World Final promises to be an event like no other, embracing new divisions and providing a platform for golfers of all backgrounds to showcase their talent and passion. With the charming town of Obidos as the backdrop, and two exceptional golf courses to grace, the World Final guarantees an unforgettable golfing experience for participants and spectators alike.

Enter for the Ryder Experience, Women’s Open, or Mixed Pairs Open on: https://internationalpairsgolf.com/enter-now/

About International Pairs

Since its inception, International Pairs has been synonymous with promoting golfing excellence, fostering friendships, and uniting golfers worldwide. The World Final represents the culmination of a thrilling journey for participants who have emerged victorious in their respective countries’ qualifiers.

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