The landscape gently slopes towards the coast, offering some pleasant elevation changes, particularly on the outward half of Las Americas.
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.
A decade after José "Pepe" Gancedo fashioned Golf del Sur on the island of Tenerife in the late 1980s, he created another 18-hole layout along the coast at Costa Adeje.
The Links course at the Alcaidesa Golf Resort was inaugurated in 1990 then remodeled in 1999 to improve its playability by widening fairways and ironing out some of the more severe undulations on the greens.
The 9-hole course at Real Golf Club de Zarauz was inaugurated in 1916 with the visit of King Alfonso XIII and Queen Maria Cristina on 31st July of that year, making it the fourth oldest golfing layout in the country.
The Seve Ballesteros-designed course at Oliva Nova Golf Club on the Costa Blanca is where water comes into play on no fewer than fifteen holes. Bring an extra sleeve of balls if your game is wayward.
Golf Los Lagos is located just a 15-minute drive north of Zaragoza airport on the northwest side of the city. Here, it opened in 1997 as a 9-hole course called Prados del Rey, the same name as a nearby residential development.
La Zagaleta was constructed in the early 1990s by American Brad Benz and he moved a fair amount of earth when establishing the rolling fairways of the Old course...
Located half an hour’s drive north of Girona, Torremirona Golf Club is one of the lesser known golfing venues in the Empordà region of Catalonia.
Son Muntaner is one of three 18-hole layouts at the Arabella Golf and Spa Resort in Palma, Mallorca.