San Roque Club Old Course
The San Roque Club is almost unmatched for scenery and elegance. Home of the European Tour Qualifying School Finals from 1993 - 2007 as well as hosts of the Spanish Open (2005 & 2006); The San Roque Club offers 2 courses which are as fun to play as they are beautiful, within a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Designed by the legendary Dave Thomas, The Old Course is rated amongst the finest courses in Europe and always within the top 5 in Spain . or high handicap player. The New Course - 6626 m - complements The Old Course, while presenting a very different challenge. The designs, by the renowned American course designer Perry With its length of 6494m it features beautiful cork oak woods on the front 9 and stunning water hazards on the back 9 holes. This championship course is fun to play whether you are a low Dye, incorporate the contours of the San Roque hills, giving golfers wonderful views to the Guadalquiton River and the Mediterranean Sea beyond. Away from the greens, The San Roque Club also offers an authentic Japanese Restaurant, Bar Jerez for all day snacks and drinks, excellent practice facilities and Golf Academy as well as Club Membership.
San Roque Club New Course
The New course is laid over a scant 45 hectares, a vaguely triangular-chaped oblong lying parallel to the ocean and with a sacrosanct nature reserve running along one boundary. To complicate matters, its centrepiece was a huge hill festooned with cork and oak trees. Plainly, ''shifthing dirt'', as the Dye dynasty has it, was a priority, as was transplating trees, hundreds of them. Because of a wet winter, two years were to pass before the first ball was struck, in September 2003. San Roque New is an all-ruond examination of ability and character where the major test invariably awaits with the approach shot. This is because the greens, though large, present small targets in that they have a narrow opening or are angled, often side-on and partially hidden by subtle mounding. The lay-up will be a popular option here.