Andalusia

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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.

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.

7.9
py
pycmiami
Beginner
Played on: 3 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 12.0

Un campo fácil de recorrer andando Con un juego técnicamente alto Green difícil y grandes y competitivos Calles muy anchas y buenas de ras Calidad campo y precio buena.

8.4
ca
Played on: 2 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 2.6

Best features of this course are 1) the design is awesome. It is a classical design in which the course was adapted to the natural terrain, resulting that there is no hole similar to another. And each one has its traps, and in each hole you can take some risks seeking for a price. It is an amusing hilly course in which you can just wonder how in the world did all suit so well together to make a classical distribution of pars 3,4 and 5.2) it is a calmed place, so you will play without any hurry, not being disturbed by anybody. 3) the weather is owesome, not too hot, almost never too cold or windy, never rains for too long a period. This course has lately being reformed lately looking forward to competition design. Greens were raised up to make chipping harder, and they were buildt in speedy bermuda, which all together with their reduced size makes this course a very difficult challenge to almost any player.

8.3
ca
Played on: 2 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 2.6

Best features of this course are: 1) its size, that allows you to play it in different ways just by changing from one tee bars to another 2) it's a quite place, surrounded by pine forest. You will enjoy a calm round of golf without anybody bothering you 3) weather is awesome. Very rare having a cold or too windy day. Even in summer, afternooms are fine due to ocean breeze (from 17 to 21 hours) 4) some of the holes have great design, and some very nice views. It is a long course, so I sugest to elderly, beginners or players lacking of distance to play from closer tee bars than what they are used to. Despite of not being crowdy at all, the course has a great design so it is easy to maintain and is usually in good shape.

Play golf in Andalusia

When you have a golf holiday in Andalusia, don’t forget to visit the provinces Almería, Huelva, Granada or Seville. The inland of Jaén and Córdoba offer less golf courses in Andalusia and are therefore less popular as a golf destination. If you want to book your tee time online in Andalusia, then that is perfectly possible. Most Andalusian golf courses are bookable online via Leadingcourses.com. There are 108 golf clubs in Andalusia. One of the best golf courses in Andalusia, is Real Club Valderrama, located in San Roque (Cadíz). On this par 71 Championship Course in 2010, 2011, 2017 and 2018 a tournament of the European Tour was played, named The Andalusia Valderrama Masters. Many golfers find this course together with Finca Cortesín Golf Club one of the best golf courses in Andalusia and Europe. After your round at Finca Cortesín Golf Club, you can grab a delicious bite in restaurant Kabuki Raw, which is provided with a Michelin star since 2015. Finca Cortesin is also one of the best golf resorts in Andalucia and can be seen as a perfect golf break destination. Andalusia is placed in the south of Spain and is one of the 17 autonomous regions of Spain. The capital of Andalusia is Seville. Andalusia shares her border with Murcia, The Mediterranean, Gibraltar, Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean. This region is the cradle of Flamenco music, bullfighting and the liquor sherry. Andalusia has many tourist hotspots like cities as Granada and Córdoba. On average, July is the hottest month in Andalusia. The average temperature is 28 degrees. In January it is the coldest period of the year with an average temperature of 11 degrees. The month of July offers the golfers around the 12 hours of sun. The regions Málaga and Cádiz with their long coastlines – have the highest density of golf courses in Andalusia. The landscape is defined by mountain chains like Sierra Morena in the north, Cordilleras Beticas in the south and in between the huge low plain of the river Giadalquivir. The mountains have many walking routes and winter sport options to offer. Meanwhile there are many possibilities for water sports on the coast. The Costa del Sol is also located in Andalusia and is very popular by her beached and seaside resorts: Málaga, Torremolinos and Marbella. The most eastern coast of Andalusia is the Costa de Almería. This coast runs from Adra to Mojacar and Almería. This is the most sunny, warm and dry area of Andalusia. Golf in Andalusia is recommendable for people who loves golf, food and culture.
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