PGA Catalunya appoints Plana as CEO

David Plana has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of PGA Catalunya Resort, Spain’s official candidate host venue for The 2022 Ryder Cup. Plana previously served as the corporate director of the resort for nearly eight years.

“I’m extremely proud to be leading the team at PGA Catalunya Resort and I will continue to work very closely with my colleagues to realize our growth plans over the coming year,” Plana said in a news release.

Prior to joining PGA Catalunya Resort, Plana held roles at Arthur Andersen, Trety and Rémy Cointreau. He has a degree in International Business, Trade and Commerce from Oxford Brookes University in the U.K

“PGA Catalunya Resort is already regarded as one of Europe’s finest integrated golf and residential destinations, and our plans are to continue to invest and further enhance the facilities to ensure every visitor and property owner receives an exclusive, friendly and truly five-star customer experience,” Plana said.

PGA Catalunya Resort recently completed a full upgrade of its golf practice facilities, increasing its capacity to 130 golfers on the range, supported by a 2,000-square-meter short game area, the largest in Spain. PGA Catalunya Resort has two 18-hole golf courses, the Tour and Stadium.

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