Dave Thomas and Tony Jacklin designed the Old golf course at the San Roque Club and it opened for play in 1990 at an alleged cost of $1million per hole.
Created in 1975 at the start of the Spanish golf course development boom, Club de Golf Aloha has remained one of Spain’s top tracks for more than forty years...
Montecastillo is one of the most popular golf resorts in the world and it hosted the Volvo Masters Andalucia for five consecutive years beginning in 1997 when Lee Westwood won the event.
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 North course at La Manga Club is the more approachable of the three resort courses. Palm-lined, slightly hilly and well-bunkered, it’s where to make a decent score.
Nestled in a wooded valley-like setting, the 6.000-metre layout of Chaparral Golf Club (the club dropped the prefix "El" in 2019) was designed by Pepe Gancedo and the course is routed in an entertaining six par three, six par four and six par five configuration.
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.
El Bosque is one of several courses designed by Robert Trent Jones during his most prolific spell in Spain from the mid-60s to mid-70s.
One of several Robert Trent Jones designs that are strung out along the Costa del Sol, Mijas is a marvelous golf complex offering two wonderfully contrasting 18-hole courses.