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.
The D'Aro course at Mas Nou is perched 300 metres above sea level in the Les Gavarres Mountains. From this vantage point there are panoramic views of the Costa Brava.
Designed by Javier Arana back in the mid 1960s, Guadalmina South course is the second oldest on the south coast of Spain,
The Real Automóvil Club de España sports club (RACE) is situated on the outskirts of Madrid, in the foothills of Sierra Norte, where a large campus boasts an 18-hole golf course and a 9-hole practice layout...
The Green was the first nine to open at Emporda Golf Resort and this has been combined with the Red – the most recent nine – to form the new Links course.
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.
Philip Mackenzie Ross is well known for his course design work in his native Scotland, but he also laid out the Maspalomas course on the island of Gran Canaria, six years before his death in 1974.
Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas is Spain’s oldest golf club, having been established by English traders back in 1891.
Spanish architect Ramon Aspinosa created Fontanals in 1994 and it extends to 7,100 yards, routed over pleasantly undulating terrain with the Pyrenees as a magnificent backdrop.