12th July 2022 | Alps Tour Golf

The players head back to the Canary Islands for the 2022 Fred Olsen Alps de la Gomera.

La Gomera, July 12th 2022- The tour heads back to the Canary Islands this week for the 2022 Fred Olsen Alps de la Gomera. The tournament will be played at the iconic Tecina Golf from July 14th-16th. On July 13th, approximately 20 teams will participate in the traditional best ball aggregate to par pro-am. This will be the 3rd edition of the 2022 Fred Olsen Alps de la Gomera after its previous two editions hosted in 2018 and 2019.  La Gomera has been a European destination for professional golf for the past 11 years, including hosting the Challenge Tour for 8 consecutive years.

As we are head towards the final stretch of the with the remaining 4 events, players are competing for important Order of Merits points. At the end of the season the top 5 players in the rank will gain access to the 2023 Challenge Tour season.

The Field-

Ten of this season past winners will attend the 2022 Fred Olsen Alps de la Gomera: Stefano Mazzoli winner of the first tournament of the season the 2022 Ein Bay Open, Oihan Guillamoundeguy winner of the 2022 Red Sea Little Venice Open, Tomas Guimaraes Bessa winner at the 2022 New Giza Open, Adrien Pendaries winner at the Winter Series Terre dei Consoli, Mathias Eggenberger winner at the Winter Series Golf Nazionale, Manuel Morugan winner of the 2022 Abruzzo Alps Open, Koen Kouwenaar winner at the 2022 Molinetto Alps Open, Tom Vaillant winner at the 2022 Open de la Mirabelle d’Or and the 2022 Aravell Golf Open by Crèdit Andorrà, Gary Hurley winner of the Alps de Andalucía and Davey Porsius winner at the 2022 Hauts de France-Pas de Calais Golf Open.

Current Order of Merit Leader and most recent winner Italy’s Gregorio De Leo will not be in the field this week as he is taking a week off, however France’s Tom Vaillant (am) who is a two-time winner this season and second in the rank, as well as France’s Julien Sale (am) who is currently third in the rank will compete to try and secure their Challenge Tour status for next year.

There are 11 different nationalities represented among the estimated 85 players scheduled to play this week. The players will contend for a prize fund of € 40.000 and 45,000 Order of Merit points. The tournament winner will earn €5,800 and 6,525 Order of Merit points.

The most recent tournament defending champion is Gonzalo Vicente Elena who won in 2019 with a score of 14 under-par.

The format of the tournament is a 54 holes stroke play and a cut will be made after 36 holes to the top 40 players and ties.

To view the most up-to-date entry list click here.

The Course-

Tecina Golf will be played as a 6343 meters par 71 course. The course was designed by British architect Donald Steel, and is situated on the hill of Lomada de Tecina specifically on the Canary Island of La Gomera, which was declared a World Biosphere Reserve in 2012. The course overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and all the 18 holes are played facing the ocean. To reach the 1st tee, the players will need to climb up the hill and the course is played downhill from there. The course is set in the middle of a native Canary Islands vegetation such as banana and mango fruit trees succumbing to an unbelievable ambiance.

Tournament Promoter-

The 2022 Fred Olsen Alps De La Gomera is promoted and organized by JGolf. The tournament can count on the support of the Fred. Olsen S.A., the Federación Canaria de Golf, the Gobierno de Canarias, Promotur Turismo de Canarias, el Cabildo Insular de la Gomera and Kyocera. The Fred Olsen Alps De La Gomera supports the celebration of the 2023 Solheim Cup.

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14th July 2018 | Alps Tour Golf

Spain’s García-Heredia wins Fred Olsen Alps de La Gomera

Alfredo García-Heredia (ESP) won today the Fred Olsen Alps de La Gomera at the Tecina Golf with a total score of -18. The 36-year-old player from Spain’s Asturias region had been leading the tournament since the first round.  

He is followed by a pair of Frenchmen, Louis Cohen Boyer and Léonard Bem, who both finished 2 strokes behind at -16 total. Bem turned in the best card of the day at -8 with an eagle and 6 birdies. Cohen Boyer started his final round with four consecutive birdies. But the French player’s back 9 was far quieter with no birdies and a bogey. 
«  I did not play badly in the first holes but suddenly I see myself three behind » García-Heredia explained. The spaniard made 7 birdies and 2 bogeys total in the final round. «  But golf is very long game and there were still interesting holes to come, I knew I was going to have my options at the end » he continued. «  Winning is always a pleasant feeling, I will try to reproduce in the upcoming tournaments what I have felt here on the course, even when I did not play so well,” García-Heredia said. “I will go with my wife to dinner to celebrate this evening and then travel to Jerez tomorrow. I will go fishing after the Alps of Las Castillas in León next week » he concluded.
” Today was really different from the other times when I was in a position to win” Louis Cohen Boyer said. ” I played the way I wanted to play to try to win the tournament. Alfredo García-Heredia did what he had to do to win today and I wish to congratulate him for his last 9 holes” he concluded.
« I’m very happy with my week! » Frenchman Léonard Bem said. «  The start of the season was difficult for me but I’ve been feeling better in all compartments of my game for a few weeks now. And this week, I particularly felt well. The course is very nice and in good shape. The location is just beautiful with a magnificent view » Bem continued. « This is all very positive on top ot turning in the best card today » he concluded. 
Santiago Tarrio (ESP) still leads the Order of Merit, the Alps Tour official season ranking. Louis Cohen Boyer moves up to 2nd place after his result today. Alexandre Daydou (FRA), Marcus Mohr (ENG) and David Borda (ESP) complete the top 5 of the ranking. At the end of the season, the top 5 of the Order of Merit qualifies directly to play on the Challenge Tour. 

Rising golf stars of the Alps Tour will now travel back to Spain’s mainland for the Alps de Las Castillas in León July 18th through July 20th. 


Photo @Paulino Diaz

12th July 2018 | Alps Tour Golf

Alfredo Garcia-Heredia leader in Alps de La Gomera

Alfredo Garcia-Heredia (ESP) is the sole leader of the Fred Olsen Alps de La Gomera after round 1 with a total score of -7. 

He is followed by Shaun Jones (NZL) and Leonard Bem (FRA) who are one stroke behind at -6 total.
«  It was very nice to start with 6 under on the front 9. I played really good, I made some good putts, I did not hit very good shots from holes 10th to 15th. I had good chances for birdies on holes 16th, 17th and 18th, I could make the last one so it was a good finish » Garcia-Heredia said. « I’m so happy to shoot 7 under, no bogeys, bogey-free, it’s always good to start like that » the 36-year-old player from Spain’s Asturias region concluded.   
Garcia-Heredia made an eagle and 5 birdies.
Weather conditions were sunny with light wind and temperatures in the low 20s. 
Round 2 will tee off tomorrow at 8h30 local time. 




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10th July 2018 | Alps Tour Golf

La Gomera welcomes the Alps Tour

The second half of the Alps Tour season is well underway and rising golf stars are heading this week to the small island of La Gomera, one of Spain’s Canary Islands, for the Fred Olsen Alps de La Gomera July 12th through July 14th. 

It is the first time the Alps Tour makes a stop in La Gomera and its 378 square kilometers area. The island has been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO due to its ecological treasure with its rich vegetation and species rarely found anywhere else on the planet. The magnificent peak Garajonay, culminating at 1.487 meters above sea level, looks at the Atlantic Ocean in a sequence of mountains and canyons that form almost perfect circles.  

The tournament is played at the Tecina Golf La Gomeraa 18-hole par 71 golf course designed by renowned golf course architect Donald Steel. The course has the particularity of being built on top of a cliff in a succession of terraces down the mountain overlooking the Atlantic. 

75 players have entered the 3-day tournament. 
The €40,000 prize money tournament is played over 54 holes of traditional stroke. Following a cut after 36 holes, the top 40 and ties will qualify for the final round of the tournament. 
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