The New golf course at the San Roque Club may be one of the finest new layouts in Europe and certainly one of the most beautiful.
The oldest course in the Marbella area, Rio Real was built on a compact site back in 1965 when Javier Arana laid out an 18-hole course on the banks of the Real River...
The second course at El Rompido, the North, came along in 2005 and this Álvaro Arana creation has surpassed the very high standards set by its predecessor the South course.
Founded as an equestrian club by a group of Army officers in the 1940s, Real Club Pineda occupies a 200-acre site on the south side of Seville, with members enjoying a wide range of sports...
Designed by Javier Arana back in the mid 1960s, Guadalmina South course is the second oldest on the south coast of Spain,
Designed by Cabell B. Robinson and opened for play at the beginning of 2004, it has taken a year or two for Santana to become recognised as one of the Costa del Sol’s leading courses.
Laid out on a 170-acre site adjacent to Las Brisas, complete with orange grove and river, Los Naranjos initially operated along with its next-door neighbour when it first opened in 1977.
The oldest course on the Costa Del Sol, Malaga’s fairways were first laid out sometime after the formation of Málaga Golf Club in 1926 by none other than Harry Colt.
The course at Arcos Golf, formerly Arcos Gardens Golf & Country Club, was constructed by American company Landmark, designers of courses like PGA West, Palm Beach Polo and the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island.
With three 18-hole courses on a substantial 990-acre residential development, Real Novo Sancti Petri Golf Club is one of the biggest golf resorts in Spain.