Son Servera golf course designed by John Harris and Francisco López Segales, is located in “Costa de los Pinos” east north side of the island of Mallorca, and opened in 1967.
Son Servera is a typical parkland golf course , running through pine trees and players can enjoy views of the sea of the bay of Cala Millor from many of the holes.
In 2012, work was completed to extend the golf course from 9 to 18 holes. The new holes are 3 to 7, and 12 to 15. Few lakes where introduced to create diferent challenges along with some doglegs that run through pine trees. The front nine is more challenging, with 6th signature hole and 7th stroke one the exemple holes. The greens are large,slightly undulating, difficult to read and true making them a joy to putt on. Buggys on Son Servera have GPS to help players measuring their shots.
MICHAEL JOHN LANE
Very friendly service and an excellent course
Lovely challenging course, very picturesque. Lovely facilities and nice lunch.
*Tree Lined -
*Buggy Recommended -
*Water hazards - coming in to play on 7 holes
*Parkland - mainly Pine trees and local flora
*Signature Hole - the 6th a dog leg par 4 elevated and well protected green
*Comments - great golf course , well maintained golf course with a wide variety of technical challenges. Great service
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