Forever Green has a stake in this event. The green-and-white club shows its support for this pioneering circuit in terms of sustainability. Certified by AENOR and with a neutral carbon footprint, Andalucía Equality Golf will offset through Forever Green the carbon footprint of the five events that make up this year’s edition.

Formula 1 test driver and entrepreneur Roldán Rodríguez clinched victory in the II Memorial Blanca Fernández Ochoa. The third event of the II edition of the Andalucía Equality Golf Cup took place at the RACE in Madrid. Following the inaugural event in Córdoba and the one in Puerto Real in May, in the Spanish capital, Roldán Rodríguez was joined on the podium by José Luis Sánchez, winner of the Santi Roldán Journalistic Award, Antonio Alonso, with the best ‘Scratch’ result, while in the First category Pedro Aguilera came out on top, the Second category was won by José Luis Castro, and the top Lady was Mari Carmen Suárez. The competition served to promote for the second consecutive year the tourist destination and gastronomy of Andalusia in the capital of Spain, in addition to paying tribute to the figure of the late Blanca Fernández Ochoa within another great day of this unique competition, as it is the first egalitarian, inclusive, and sustainable golf circuit in Spain, which distributes €20,000 among four NGOs.

The third event of the circuit saw participation from over 160 golfers, many of them from Andalusia. Likewise, a good number of celebrities and journalists highlighted the event, such as singer David Otero ‘El Pescao’ (former member of Canto del Loco), snowboarder Fidel Alonso,former footballers and coaches Víctor Sánchez del Amo, Abel Resino, and Jorge D’Alessandro,influencer Liz Emiliano, models Jordi Roselló and Jaime Astrain, as well as journalists Carlos Martínez and Carlos Palomo (Movistar +), Elena Jiménez (TVE), Jorge Armenteros (Ryder Cope), Iñaqui Cano and José Luis Sánchez (El Chiringuito), Isabel Trillo (PGA Spain), Nacho Aranda, and Óscar Díaz, among others.

Following this third event on the calendar will be the Villa Aitana tournament (Benidorm, Alicante) in early September, the last qualifying event for the Final Masters, which will be held at the Real Club Golf de Sevilla on September 28.

The solidarity of the people of Madrid was evident with a collection of €4,000 destined for the solidarity pot that will be distributed at the aforementioned Masters. The beneficiary NGOs are The Blanca Foundation, which will use its share for projects to help and support athletes in terms of mental health. FEPAMIC, which will promote the creation of the first adapted golf school in Córdoba. Juegaterapia will allocate the money to its project of the Terrace of the Children’s Maternal Hospital of Malaga. Lastly, the Real Betis Balompié Foundation, together with Forever Green, will donate to a reforestation action in the Doñana Natural Park.

Roldán Rodríguez, who is also a Formula 1 commentator on DAZN and Cope, emerged among the celebrities by delivering a scorecard of 41 points, one more than David Otero. José Luis Sánchez won the Santi Roldán Journalist Award with 39, ahead of Iñaqui Cano (37) and Nacho Aranda (35).

Antonio Alonso, on the other hand, signed a good 38 Scratch points, two below the course par, to surpass Ricardo Díez (35). Mari Carmen took the women’s category with 43 points, one more than Marina Roveta, who like the winner, earns her spot for the Final Masters in Seville. Pedro Aguilera won the First category with an extraordinary 43 points (-7), to edge out Ricardo Díez by one point, who had to settle for another second place. José Luis Castro emerged victorious in the Second category with 38 points, the same as Juan Lahoz, whom he surpassed due to his better handicap. All three male champions will also be in Seville.

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