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8.2
he
Played on: 10 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 19.0

[geen motivatie]

9.4
ca
Played on: 9 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 2.6

One of the best golf courses in Spain for many many years, with plenty of reasons for that. It is a course anyone must play, knowing it is a competition course, so expect very fast greens, very well protected. First 9 holes is basically a narrow, short, hilly course, similar in some way to its neighbour the famois Valderrama. The second 9 are a little bit flater, with some wide open holes in the area around the big lake. You can make a mess out of allmost any hole, even from the fairway, so try to keep your game under control all the time. Training areas are great to practice. On top of being hilly, the views around and the cork oak as those of Valderrama makes it a lovely scenary. But there are many chances to play under windy conditions, being so close to the Straits of Gibraltar.

8.1
ca
Played on: 9 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 2.6

This club and course would be a nice secret surprise, if it had not been a classical well known course in Spanish golf since its origins as a popular sport. It has it all, and this is quite remarkable not being in a golf region. The course has a classical nice design, on a hill covered by oaks, over the northern Spanish flatlands. Most holes are very interesting and varied, and never saw the course in bad shape. It has a good combination of wide open holes and narrow ones, but no one is too tricky, all offering a fair contest to any player. It is a calmed place so no need to make a reservation. Views are very interesting and theclub is a good place to have lunch after the round. Then visit the town nearby to enjoy a very interesting day.

7.1
ca
Played on: 9 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 2.6

Entrepinos is the best golf course in this area (at least in a range of 100 km), but it is not a traditional golfing area so not many players around and not easy to keep a golf course in shape. Probably due to this reason it is a bit expensive compared to its quality, specially in weekends. Sometimes they have interesting offers for several green fees or season green fees. In occasions, this course could be not very fit, but generally is well preserved (the best in the area), and the design is quite classical and decent, profiting of being alongside the river Pisuerga for many holes. Other than that, it is a small and narrow course, quite flat and well decorated and protected by trees. There is a couple of tricky holes, but the other ones are fun and quite playable for any level player. In my opinion, together with being the most decent course around, the most attractive feature of this club is the membership: there is at least one pool everyday,365, and members are keen to let play any player coming from abroad, subject to accepting their rules (1 new ball per player, winner takes them all,2 worst players pay the drinks). Very friendly bunch, all levels, be ready to fast golf. It is also a quite course so it is played fluently and there is no need to make a tee reservation. Neither for the pool; just need to check the season start time.

7.6
jj
jjbocarando
Beginner
Played on: 8 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 12.0

Gran Campo, por recorrido, mantenimiento, acogida y entorno. Un lujo.

8.2
ha
harry3.2
Beginner
Played on: 7 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 7.2

Tremendous views. Similar to an inland links course. A pleasure to play.

9.4
abellanin
Beginner
Played on: 7 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 3.0

Excelente campo de golf situado en un marco inigualable en la vega del rio Guadiana con preciosas vistas, sin duda si eres un gran pegador disfrutaras más que nadie de la amplitud de sus fairways.

9.4
rafarivas
Silver
Played on: 5 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 22.0

Evidentemente uno de los mejores campos de Europa. Quizás a un nivel para hcps por debajo de 14. Para los amateurs de más de un dígito es muy difícil de jugar, pero quizás soñamos con poder bajar para difsfrutarlo aún más. Lo he jugado mucho aunque me cuesta sacarle más de 30 puntos. Campazo.

7.8
Played on: 4 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 3.1

Campo largo, recomendable el buggy, hoyos muy diferentes. Un campo que te hará pensar que golpe jugar en cada hoyo. El paisaje es muy bonito y el mantenimiento es el adecuado.

7.6
Played on: 4 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 3.1

Un campo entre montañas, muy divertido de jugar ya que cada hoyo es completamente diferente, recomendable utilizar buggy debido a que distancia entre algunos hoyos es larga. El nivel de mantenimiento es bueno.

Play golf in Spain

In total there are 427 golf clubs in Spain. Some of the best golf courses in Spain are Real Club Valderrama, Finca Cortesín Golf Club, Club de Golf La Reserva - Sotogrande, Golf Son Gual and PGA Catalunya Resort. Playing one of these courses will make your golf holiday in Spain a golf break you will never forget. As Spanish golf clubs rely heavily on golf tourism, most of your tee times at Spanish golf course can be booked conventiently online via Leadingcourses.com. The Mediterranean coast boasts a lot of high quality golf courses in Spain. Planning a golf break to Spain, popular Spanish golf destinations like the Barcelona area (including Girona), the Alicante region (with Benidorm) and the Malaga area will quickly catch the eye. Even though Real Club Valderrama is a member’s course, greenfee players are more than welcome. It will set them back quite a bit, but a lot of golfers say that this course is one of the best golf courses Spain has to offer. Playing golf in Spain often requires a handicap certificate (not often enforced). Also walking is not a real option as many Spanish courses are hilly and because it is often too hot to walk. The quality of the service is good and largely tailored to British tourists. Unlike the locals, people at golf clubs in Spain often speak English. There are some very good golf resorts in Spain, some even say that these are the best in Europe! Spanish golf resorts like Finca Cortesin Hotel Golf & Spa, Villa Padierna Palace Hotel, Hotel Camiral at PGA Catalunya, The Ritz Carlton Abama, Melia Hacienda Del Conde and La Cala Resort are golf resorts where you definitely will enjoy your golf break to Spain. There are three different climate zones in Spain, due to its large size. If planning to golf in Spain generally expect a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters. The interior of Spain has a more continental influenced climate with hot, dry summers and cold winters. These climate conditions make playing golf on golf courses in Spain possible almost the whole year. That’s why golfers from all over the world see Spain as a perfect golf destinations for a winter getaway!
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