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The Long Drivers European Tour premieres its fifth season in Denmark

The LDET circuit will pass through nine countries in Europe including the new venues of Germany, Bulgaria and Spain.

The Long Drivers European Tour (LDET) presents the fifth season which will start on the 5th and 6th of May in Denmark. The Ry Silkeborg GolfKlub will host the first tournament of the LDET.

Germany, Estonia and Spain will return to the tour after a year of absence.

The European tour keeps growing and showcasing the talent on offer to all corners around Europe and will reach new and impressive venues such as Pravets Golf Club in Bulgaria, one of the best golf complexes in East Europe on the 11th and 12th August.

Golf Club Burgwedel in Hannover will welcome the circuit hosting the German tournament on the first weekend of June (2nd & 3rd).

Spain is also back on the tour: Guadalhorce Golf Club, near the city of Malaga, will host the tournament on the 22nd & 23rd September.

Along with the new venues, 5 resorts will host a LDET tournament again this year. The first will be at Ry Silkeborg Golfklub in Denmark, which will host an event for a second season running on the 5th and 6th of May. The long drive show will also stop again at the Diamond Country Club in Austria on the 23rd and 24th of June, just two weeks after a European Tour championship event. Hungry will receive Europe's biggest hitters at the Zala Springs Golf resort (5th and 6th July), a course designed by the prestigious Robert Trent Jones. The Slovenian event will take place at Golf Course Bled near the emblematic landscape of Lake Bled on the 28th and 30th of July.

The last stop of the season will be the classic MASTERS LDET CUP. This final tournament will complete the ninth championships; the venue will be confirmed very soon.

The LDET continues to grow year after year all over Europe.

The LDET will continue to pursue the categories of amateur, junior and women in this new and exciting season

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