Reseña de SlicingMyWayThroughLife de Club de Golf Sant Cugat

Impresión general8.0
Mantenimiento de campo7.5
Servicios6.5
Casa club8.0
Relación calidad-precio7.0
Hospitalidad8.0
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7.9
Sobre la reseña
Escrita el: 17 noviembre 2019Jugado el: 30 octubre 2019Hándicap durante el juego: 7.9
SlicingMyWayThroughLife review

The initial design of this parkland gem was made by the one and only H.S. Colt and the club was called “New Barcelona Golf Club” in its early years. It was founded in 1914 by the Barcelona Traction & Light Power, the company who electrified the city of Barcelona and built the railway that still connects the town with Plaza Catalunya and the Barcelona downtown. As expected the club also has a lot of history... they hosted several Spanish Open tournaments, tournaments of different stages to the European Tour and Ladies European Tour. In March 1974 one 17 year old junior named Severiano Ballesteros played his first professional tournament here as Spanish Open Championship was played at Sant Cugat. José María Olazábal won his first Spanish Junior Championship here in 1979. While in 1997 Sergio García played (and won) Catalonia Open, his first professional tournament, he played the tournament as still being an amateur. The last page of his history was written in 2012 at Open Peugeot Alps Tour (won by Pablo Larrazabal), Javier Ballesteros made his debut among professionals on the same course his father did 38 years ago. While the course is not very long it requires a lot of precision especially with your approach shots to the greens which are well protected by the bunkers and in many cases the trees. This short but lovely treelined layout has 19 holes - two holes 9, one is Par-4 which I played and another one is downhill Par-3 which was closed for play. Original clubhouse/starting house was located between current 10th and 11th hole and it is still present now. You will find quite a few unique and interesting holes at Sant Cugat - mostly 7th,8th and 11th which are also my favourite holes here. They are all great Par-4 holes, short and technical with not much room for errors on your approach shots. 7th is 90* dogleg left where a good drive over the trees and bushes on the left bank will get you quite close to the elevated green. 8th is an uphill and slight dogleg left - if you feel very confident with your driver a draw over the left edge will get you a few meters to the dance floor. 11th is downhill and sharp dogleg left with very narrow green protected by high trees - long iron or a hybrid off the tee will do here. Besides these I also liked the slightly uphill and dogleg right Par-4 6th with interesting green. Precision is the key on the short Par-3 14th with elevated green. Short and slightly downhill Par-4 15th hole towards the clubhouse where a good drive over the left corner will get you close to the well protected green. Short Par-4 16th and long and demanding Par-3 17th where mishits to the right are not recommended. The expanding population and real estate developments unfortunately took its toll here too as you have to cross the town streets quite a few times on this once probably peaceful countryside course which is now surrounded by houses and local roads. Course condition was good with no major complaints. I found the greens to be quite tricky to read. Driving range is a bit of site. Clubhouse is charming with nice garden. Pro-shop is well stocked too. Well recommend if you are in Barcelona even though the green fee is quite expensive. *** Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in my reviews are those of the authors and do not in any way reflect the official policy or position of any other agency, organization, employer or company. Assumptions made in my reviews are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the author – and, since we are all critically-thinking human beings, these views are always subject to change, revision, and rethinking at any time. Please do not hold me to them in perpetuity.

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43309 puntos
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mundial
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Slovenia
Número total de reseñas:
360
Puntuación media de reseña:
8.0
Número total de fotos añadidas:
2306
Hándicap:
7.9
Miembro desde:
23 April 2014
Campo habitual :
Accesorios de golf:
Honma, Titleist, PXG, Callaway, Scotty Cameron, Ogio, FJ, G/Fore...
7.9
Sobre la reseña
Escrita el: 17 noviembre 2019Jugado el: 30 octubre 2019Hándicap durante el juego: 7.9
Impresión general8.0
Mantenimiento de campo7.5
Servicios6.5
Casa club8.0
Relación calidad-precio7.0
Hospitalidad8.0
SlicingMyWayThroughLife review

The initial design of this parkland gem was made by the one and only H.S. Colt and the club was called “New Barcelona Golf Club” in its early years. It was founded in 1914 by the Barcelona Traction & Light Power, the company who electrified the city of Barcelona and built the railway that still connects the town with Plaza Catalunya and the Barcelona downtown. As expected the club also has a lot of history... they hosted several Spanish Open tournaments, tournaments of different stages to the European Tour and Ladies European Tour. In March 1974 one 17 year old junior named Severiano Ballesteros played his first professional tournament here as Spanish Open Championship was played at Sant Cugat. José María Olazábal won his first Spanish Junior Championship here in 1979. While in 1997 Sergio García played (and won) Catalonia Open, his first professional tournament, he played the tournament as still being an amateur. The last page of his history was written in 2012 at Open Peugeot Alps Tour (won by Pablo Larrazabal), Javier Ballesteros made his debut among professionals on the same course his father did 38 years ago. While the course is not very long it requires a lot of precision especially with your approach shots to the greens which are well protected by the bunkers and in many cases the trees. This short but lovely treelined layout has 19 holes - two holes 9, one is Par-4 which I played and another one is downhill Par-3 which was closed for play. Original clubhouse/starting house was located between current 10th and 11th hole and it is still present now. You will find quite a few unique and interesting holes at Sant Cugat - mostly 7th,8th and 11th which are also my favourite holes here. They are all great Par-4 holes, short and technical with not much room for errors on your approach shots. 7th is 90* dogleg left where a good drive over the trees and bushes on the left bank will get you quite close to the elevated green. 8th is an uphill and slight dogleg left - if you feel very confident with your driver a draw over the left edge will get you a few meters to the dance floor. 11th is downhill and sharp dogleg left with very narrow green protected by high trees - long iron or a hybrid off the tee will do here. Besides these I also liked the slightly uphill and dogleg right Par-4 6th with interesting green. Precision is the key on the short Par-3 14th with elevated green. Short and slightly downhill Par-4 15th hole towards the clubhouse where a good drive over the left corner will get you close to the well protected green. Short Par-4 16th and long and demanding Par-3 17th where mishits to the right are not recommended. The expanding population and real estate developments unfortunately took its toll here too as you have to cross the town streets quite a few times on this once probably peaceful countryside course which is now surrounded by houses and local roads. Course condition was good with no major complaints. I found the greens to be quite tricky to read. Driving range is a bit of site. Clubhouse is charming with nice garden. Pro-shop is well stocked too. Well recommend if you are in Barcelona even though the green fee is quite expensive. *** Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in my reviews are those of the authors and do not in any way reflect the official policy or position of any other agency, organization, employer or company. Assumptions made in my reviews are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the author – and, since we are all critically-thinking human beings, these views are always subject to change, revision, and rethinking at any time. Please do not hold me to them in perpetuity.

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SlicingMyWayThroughLife
SlicingMyWayThroughLife
43309 puntos
Embajador
4 / 100,068
mundial
1 / 47
Slovenia
Número total de reseñas:
360
Puntuación media de reseña:
8.0
Número total de fotos añadidas:
2306
Hándicap:
7.9
Miembro desde:
23 April 2014
Campo habitual :
Accesorios de golf:
Honma, Titleist, PXG, Callaway, Scotty Cameron, Ogio, FJ, G/Fore...
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