Five-time major winner Seve Ballesteros learnt his golf here at Real Golf de Pedrena, a Harry Colt classical layout.
A little more rustic and linksy in style than the more polished No.3, the No.4 (South) course at Real Club La Moraleja is routed across three distinct parcels of land where three lakes and more than sixty bunkers focus the mind.
Lavishly bunkered greensites represent a fearsome challenge, so you'll certainly need your ‘A’ game intact to conquer El Prat's strategic and delightfully sculpted Yellow course.
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...
The West course at La Manga Club is totally different to the other two layouts. Gone are the palms and in come the pines, doglegs and tight, tricky holes.
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 one million dollars per hole.
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 South course at La Manga Club was where the Spanish Open was held during the 70s. It’s a spacious and long layout set on fairly flat terrain. Bring your driver.
The South course at the Real Sociedad Hípica Española Club de Campo was created in 2001 and the major difference between it and the longer North course is its hillier layout.
The Tour course at the PGA de Catalunya Resort is shorter, more open and less demanding than its sibling, but its pine tree-lined fairways still have to be negotiated with care...