The gently undulating terrain together with the original orchards and groves provide Hacienda del Álamo with many opportunities for enjoyable and interesting golf...
The golf course at Villamartin has been cleverly routed over the natural terrain, which is pleasantly undulating, by California-based architect Robert Putman.
The Indiana course at Desert Springs is where the first full-blown Arizona/California desert themed layout – described by some as “a Wild West resort course” – first collided with the continent of Europe...
Host to the 1980 Spanish Open (won by Irishman Eddie Polland), Escorpion Golf Club comprises of three 9-hole courses, all designed by Alfonso Vidaor & Ron Kirby in 1975. The Azul 18-hole layout comprises of the Masía and Lagos loops which form the premier configuration.
The Seve Ballesteros-designed course at Oliva Nova Golf Club on the Costa Blanca is where water comes into play on no fewer than fifteen holes. Bring an extra sleeve of balls if your game is wayward.
Opened in May 2010 and designed by Blake Stirling and Marco Martin, the layout at Font del Llop Golf Resort has the potential to become the finest golf course in the Alicante region.
The 18-hole layout at the Club de Campo del Mediterráneo embodies all that is good about parkland Spanish golf.
Valle del Este’s desert undulations have been used to great effect by architect José Canales with most tee boxes played from an elevated position where the landing area for the tee shot is wide and in full view...
Fashioned by the Moon Masters design company, the golf course at La Galiana is located to the south of Valencia and is set in a stunning secluded valley, flanked on both sides by perfectly preserved Mediterranean forest.
The course at the Mar Menor Golf Resort is rather unusual in that Dave Thomas laid out the front nine and Nickalus Design fashioned the backside. It is therefore genuinely a tale of two halves.