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.
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.
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.
Golf del Sur consists of three loops of nine holes – the North, South and Links. Black volcanic sand bunkers provide an interesting and unforgettable contrast against the lush green playing surfaces.
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.
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...
Located in an affluent area to the north of Madrid, Real Club La Moraleja 1 was created by Jack Nicklaus and Desmond Muirhead, the Golden Bear’s partner on many golf course development projects...
The course at El Encin is located half an hour’s drive from the centre of Madrid and it’s the golfing centerpiece of a small 40-bedroom resort that opened for business in 2011...
Real Club La Moraleja's No.2 course is long – over 7,000 yards in length – with only two of the ten par fours measuring less than 400 yards.
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.