La Cala has overtaken La Manga in southeast Spain as the largest golf resort in the country. The America and Asia layouts were two of the first projects undertaken by the American golf course architect Cabell B. Robinson...
With a landscape similar to that on the hilly America course, there are many pleasant elevation changes over the modest 6,500-yard length of La Cala's Asia course.
The Europa course is a fine addition to the La Cala Resort and it’s by no means a poor third. It’s more than a match for Cabell B Robinson’s previous work at the property and gives the other two courses a run for their money.
Cabell Robinson designed La Reserva and it’s a brutal 6,700 metres from the tips but with wide fairways and a hot driver it can be tamed.
The fairways at Las Colinas Golf & Country Club are generally wide and forgiving and they’ve been laid out in two returning nines that twist out and back along the floor of a valley...
Limère is a modern, thoughtfully designed Cabell B. Robinson layout which opened for play in 1992 and can be enjoyed equally by golfers of all abilities.
It’s not known who laid out the original 9-hole course for Golf Club Lugano when it was founded in 1923 but Donald Harradine designed a new 18-hole layout for the club in the late 1960s which Cabell Robinson updated in 1992.
Palheiro is set magically within a pine forest and is bordered by glorious botanical woodlands. Factor in its elevated location, high above the town of Funchal and you have the recipe for perfect golf.
Praia D’El Rey is "A mix of holes – some in the mighty dunes, others among fragrant pines – that are an assault to the senses. Wild and wonderful"
For many years the tree-lined fairways of the Red and Blue courses at Royal Dar Es Salam co-hosted the Trophée Hassan II competition until the event moved to Mohammedia in 2010.