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Top-5 courses for a spring break to Mallorca

22 March 2019
4 min. read
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Mallorca, one of the Spanish Balearic Islands, is a true destination for golf. The island boasts some of the best golf courses in Spain and even without the golf courses the island is a must-see. With a year-round minimum temperature of 15ºC, cheap flights in spring, plenty of golf courses and lots of cultural attractions Mallorca is a good destination for a spring getaway. Palma – the capital of Mallorca – is in the vicinity of most of the golf courses on the island. The city has a lot of tourist attractions, like the Cathedral area, The Bellver Castle, the Old City and the Arab Baths. Another tip is the ancient Pollensa Town, famous for its Roman Bridge and the 365 steps high stairs; Puig de Calvari. For this list, we choose to focus on the courses where you can book your tee time directly online on Leadingcourses.com. In this time and age most golfers like the convenience of arranging their trip from their computer or mobile device. Nobody wants to call a foreign phone number or wait for an email reply. So here is our top-5 of golf courses in Mallorca that have online availability. Updated on February 13th, 2020. Keep in mind that green fee prices might change over time.
Mallorca, the pearl of the mediterranean sea (photo credits, Yves Alarie)

Top-5 Mallorca golf courses

5. Club de Golf Son Servera

As a unique members club and second oldest club on the island of Mallorca, the 18 holes course of Club de Golf Son Servera lays below a range of pine-clad mountains with glorious views over the bay of Cala Millor. Both experienced and rookie players will enjoy their round playing the challenging golf course. After the game, the Club House Restaurant offers a beautiful spot to relax and enjoy great local gastronomy with views on the 18th hole and the sea.

4. Son Muntaner Golf – Arabella Golf

The Son Muntaner Golf course is located in a unique spot in between the mountain chain of “Na Burguesa” and the Bay of Palma. A long but forgiving course. This resort course is suited for any level of golfer and all will enjoy the course. The course is well maintained with good greens. There are a few holes where water is in play and the bunkers have a good consistency. The course focuses on excellence and has a practice area with a driving range and pitching area. They also have the biggest putting green on the island. Highly recommended!

3. Son Gual

Designed by German architect Thomas Himmel, Golf Son Gual is laid out across beautiful Mallorcan terrain, just east of the capital Palma. Himmel has worked wonders and delivered an exquisite golfing experience at Son Gual that blends seamlessly into the local landscape of Mallorca. The course is fast establishing itself as one of Europe’s best golf courses and has been compared to Augusta National, by former Masters’ champion Ian Woosnam. The stunning 18-hole, the 7,241-yard course includes one of the finest collections of par threes to be found anywhere and an outstanding closing hole.

2. T Golf & Country Club

Opened in 1978 with a fabulous John Harris design, T Golf & Country Club is one of the oldest and most respected courses in Mallorca. Just 12 km away from Palma, its wide fairways and large greens make for a great challenge to any level golfer. The views from the 8th and 11th holes alone are worth the visit. The 300-meter flat driving range is also available. Apparently it can accommodate up to 100 players.

1. Club de Golf Alcanada

The course is situated 60 km north of Palma on a stretch of land which slopes gently down to the edge of the sea. The area is covered with pine, olive and holm oak trees, and has a marvellous view of Alcanada island and its lighthouse. You can also see the stunning mountains of the Sierra de Levante. Designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Jr, Club de Golf Alcanada’s 18-hole course opened in 2003. It is advisable to have a decent handicap to enjoy this course to the full.

Click here for a list of all bookable golf clubs in Mallorca.

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