Las Colinas Golf & Country Club

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€95.00
1 golf course
18 holes
Las Colinas Golf & Country Club course has a single target: to offer the best services and amenities so that every single customer enjoys a unique experience. The course a…
Green fee weekdays
€95.00
Green fee weekend
€95.00

Total score

  • general impression1.4
  • course maintenance8.5
  • facilities8.5
  • clubhouse8.6
  • Value for money8.0
  • hospitality8.3
  • surroundings8.3

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Played on: 10 September 2021
Review date: 10 September 2021
Handicap: 17.0
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Played on: 24 March 2020
Review date: 24 March 2020
Handicap: 20.0

Har spelat många banor i Alicanteregionen. Denna är outstanding på det mesta. Superb!

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8.6
326 reviews

Las Colinas

18 holes

In addition to its par 71 18-hole championship course, there is a full range of amenities around the Club House, with a golf academy, a driving range of natural lawn, a putting green and an approach area. Enjoy one of the top 100 golf courses in Europe !

Facilities

Driving Range

Chipping area

Putting Green

Golf school

Club rental

Buggy

Trolley rental

Electric trolley

Bar

Restaurant

Lockers

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Avenida de las Colinas 2, 03189, Orihuela Costa, Alicante
8.6

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04 July 2019

Top-10: Best golf courses in Spain (that people play often)

Spain has been a favourite golf destination in Europe for decades and golfers will continue to play golf in Spain. Whether you play golf in the Costa del Sol or play golf in the Costa Blanca, you will not be disappointed. This is the top-10 of Best Golf Courses in Spain. There are 398 golf clubs in Spain, so there is much to choose from. In many lists of “best golf courses in Spain,” you’ll find clubs like Real Club Valderrama, Finca Cortesín Golf Club, La Reserva – Sotogrande, and many more high-end clubs. But how many people can actually play these courses? With green fees well above € 100, these golf courses are not for everyone. We found out that there is a correlation between the number of reviews and the price of a green fee. So we decided to look at golf courses that have more than 200 reviews on Leadingcourses.com. We believe it’s safe to say that with that kind of numbers, those courses should be accessible to the majority of golfers that travel. This ranking is based on golf courses in Spain that have more than 200 reviews on Leadingcourses.com. It was last updated on July 4th, 2019.

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