Valderrama Golf Club
The Valderrama fairways have been described by top pros and leading golf writers as the best in Europe, if not the world. Valderrama Golf course is a 6356 metres par 71 golf course with no hole of less than championship quality but it can be fully enjoyed by players of all handicaps, thanks to the genius of Robert Trent Jones, Senior, whom many consider the leading golf architect of his day. Valderrama Golf course is one of the leading golf coures in Europe and the venue of some of the most important golf competitions in Europe. In 1997 it hosted the Ryders Cup, and this definitely made this world class golf course one of the most requested for tee times in Europe.
Real Sotogrande Golf
Real Sotogrande Golf course is a gem of a golf course on the Spanish Costa del Sol that was constructed more than 50 years ago, and it still provides a real test to even the best golfers. Opened in 1964, the golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones. It was his first European golf course.It is par 72, 6,224-metre layout Sotogrande is a private members' club, which maintains an air of calm and restrained sophistication, whilst at the same time providing a warm welcome to visitors. The clubhouse is well designed and elegant, the food and drink excellent and well presented, and the changing rooms. There are many strategically placed bunkers and water hazards. The fairways are wide lined by wonderful cork, eucalyptus, pine, oak and palm trees, making par very difficult for the golfer be able to relax. The greens are fast and true. The golf course underwent a massive upgrade in 2015-16 which was completed by Roger Rulewich and David Fleury in two stages to allow members the use of one nine at all times. Putting surfaces had grown by up to 40% of their original size over time so green shapes were fully recovered, with sub air systems installed to ensure their optimum performance. Fairways and tees were also reconstructed, using 41,000 kilometres of drainage, 71,000 tonnes of sand and 37 hectares of Bermuda grass.
La Reserva at Sotogrande
La Reserva Club de Golf is the latest prestigious golf course to be constructed in this corner of the Costa del Sol, joining near neighbours Valderrama, Sotogrande and San Roque. Designed by the American architect Cabell B. Robinson, the golf course only opened for play in 2004. It is located within two valleys, a long course, nearly 7,400 yards from the back tess. It has wide fairways and large greens and water features. Stunning sea and mountain views, 18 holes and a typical Andalucian-style clubhouse, La Reserva de Sotogrande will make for an exceptionally enjoyable round of golf.
San Roque Club Old Course
San Roque Old Golf Course opened in 1990 and was designed by David Tomas in collaboration with owner Asahi Kanko. San Roque Old is an 18 hole, 72 par championship golf course consisting of 6134 metres with spectacular mountain views. The first 9 holes are characterised with Oak forests and the last 9 with difficult water hazards to avoid. You need to be accurate at San Roque Old due tight fairways and undulating greens. The golf course is always in perfect condition as the San Roque standard predicts.
Finca Cortesin Golf
Finca Cortesin Golf Course underwent significant works during 2017, including the updating of all 18 greens, to improve the overall quality of the playing conditions. At Finca Cortesin golf course every player benefits from the exclusive bag drop service, fully-equipped buggies with the latest GPS technology, complimentary practice balls before playing, complimentary fruit and cold water service on the golf course, as well as a chilled towel service during the summer season. With a choice of 5 different tees, the golf course is appealing to all levels; 5,884 metres for men and 4,840 metres for ladies, as well as an “executive gold tee” measuring 5,215 metres Cabell Robinson's golf course design and Gerald Huggan's impressive landscaping encapsulate the pure natural essence of the surrounding area.