Enric Lopez joined PGA Catalunya Resort in 2005 and became the Head Professional in 2010. What first attracted you to PGA Catalunya Resort? In a word, the courses. I have played great many courses across Spain and Europe and in my opinion PGA Catalunya Resort has the best. As the venue for the season-closing European Tour Qualifying School Final, the quality of both the Stadium and Tour Courses is evident. Both are maintained to the highest of standards throughout the year and offer new challenges every time you play them. What are your best scores on the two courses? My best on the Tour Course is five-under, 67. The fairways are a bit wider and it is 500-metres shorter than the Stadium Course, so it is definitely a little bit easier. My lowest ever score on the Stadium Course is two-under, 70. There are challenges and hazards on every hole, so you really have to plan your way round to score well. What is the best aspect of your role as Head Professional? Teaching golf is a big responsibility. It requires dedication and passion, but the rewards are huge when you see people playing better and getting even more enjoyment from their game. However, the most memorable part of teaching was definitely when the Sergio Garcia Junior Academy opened at PGA Catalunya Resort and I got to coach the youngsters with the man himself. I would say that was one of the highlights of my job so far. Finally, what makes PGA Catalunya Resort the number one course in Spain for you? Golf is all about people and the people at PGA Catalunya Resort are fantastic. Of course, the two golf courses are world-class and we have extensive practice facilities, the likes of which I have never seen elsewhere, but for me, PGA Catalunya Resort is the best course in Spain because of its strong, hard-working staff, of which I am privileged to be a part of. I am thankful because I know I am lucky to have a job where I look forward to coming to work each day, and where we all get on very well.