Opened for play in 2002, the course at La Finca is a Pepe Gancedo layout of distinction. Gancedo was dubbed “the Picasso of golf” by golf journalist Peter Dobereiner...
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.
The Golden Bear’s Signature course at Alhama is the flagship venue in a portfolio that comprises Mar Menor, La Torre, Saurines, El Valle and Hacienda Riquelme.
Designed by Javier Arana back in the mid 1960s, Guadalmina South course is the second oldest on the south coast of Spain,
Designed in 1991 by the late José "Pepe" Gancedo, former Spanish amateur champion, Las Ramblas is certainly a layout that will test the resolve of even the most proficient golfers.
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 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...
The gently undulating terrain together with the original orchards and groves provide Hacienda del Álamo with many opportunities for enjoyable and interesting golf...
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.
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.