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Royal Isabela (Isabela, Puerto Rico)

Golf Course Review by: Billy Satterfield

The Takeaway:  Royal Isabela has the best piece of property for golf on the island of Puerto Rico bar none. However, while the course boasts several unique features and beautiful back nine views, I found it frustrating to play from the tips with the tiny tee boxes, an overdone number of blind shots, tight playing corridors, small greens, overly penal results when missing the fairway, and below average conditioning for a course of this stature. For Royal Isabella to become an elite Caribbean destination, the ownership will need to see an increase of funds from joining members so that the development can be completed, conditioning standards raised, and tweaks made to the layout.  Grade B+

Quick Facts

Designer:  David Pfaff in 2009

Cost:  Private Private (some outside play is available for $175.00 plus a $90 caddie fee for every two players) Click for membership information

Phone Number:  (787) 609-5888

Course Website:  Official Website — Visit Royal Isabela’s official website by clicking on the link provided.

Directions:  Get here! — 396 Ave Noel Estrada, Isabela, Puerto Rico  00662 – UNITED STATES

Photos:  See additional photos of Royal Isabela

What to Expect:  Located on the rocky cliffs above the ocean on Puerto Rico’s north shore near the west end of the island, Royal Isabela enjoys one of the most inspiring properties and stories in the Caribbean islands. Brothers, Stanley and Charlie Pasarell, purchased the property with the idea of fulfilling a dream and developing an elite golf course with residential properties. A major philosophy among the principals is the preservation of nature as much as possible which is great most of the time but unfortunately leads to instances where the playing corridors aren’t sufficient and too many blind shots result. From the white tees the course is substantially better than it is from the tips where trees, branches, and overgrowth impede play due to the odd placement and tiny size of the tee boxes. The outward nine is tight and very penal while affording views of the ocean from just two of the holes. The inward nine is comparable to the property found at Bandon Dunes where ocean cliffs, gorgeous views, and Irish styling dominates the personality. A double green is found on the back nine where the 12th and 14th holes share a putting surface and represents one of the most beautiful locations on the property. The greens throughout the property are rather small and missed shots highly penalized throughout the layout so you need to be on your ‘A’ game from start to finish. While the conditioning was reportedly fantastic in Royal Isabela’s early years, the lack of positive cash flow is clearly taking its toll with the rough being riddled with weeds while the drying fairways and greens are being maintained to a pedestrian standard. Caddies are required at Royal Isabela, a necessary feature at a course with no tee markers and several blind shots, and will cost you $90 for every two players. The caddie will ride in his own cart and have a flag he carries that will signal the result of your shot; white is a ball sitting in the fairway, red means the ball is out of play, and shaking the double-ended flagstick side to side means the caddie can’t tell for sure if the ball managed to stay in play. Overall I enjoyed Royal Isabela and the staff couldn’t be better, but the course itself didn’t meet my lofty expectations.

By the Numbers

Tees Par Yardage Rating Slope
Naturals 72 7538 78.6 151
Black 72 7031 76.2 148
Blue 72 6675 74.8 144
White 72 6181 72.5 142
Gold (Women) 72 5760 76.1 141
Red (Women) 72 5063 76.1 141

Individual Hole Analysis

Signature Hole:  12th Hole – 435 Yard Par 4 – The most exciting swing you’ll take with your driver at Royal Isabela is from the tee box of this coastal coast four. With the Pacific Ocean crashing in from the right, this dogleg right provides a dramatic setting that climbs uphill to a double green located on a bluff overlooking the water. From the tee this hole has a similar look to Pacific Dunes’ famous 4th but the greensite couldn’t be more different. The putting surface boomerangs around a pair of bunkers with the lower right side of the green creating a small plateau that the pin is often located in.

12th Hole at Royal Isabela (435 Yard Par 4)

12th Hole at Royal Isabela (435 Yard Par 4)

12th Hole at Royal Isabela (435 Yard Par 4)

Best Par 3:  17th Hole – 200 Yards – If this isn’t the prettiest hole in the Caribbean then I’m dying to see what is! Royal Isabela’s stunning par three 17th boasts Puerto Rico’s rocky and dramatic north shore on the player’s left while with crashing waves creating a phenomenal setting for a golf hole. The bail out area to the right provides a slightly elevated look down to the green that can be obscured by the mature tree shadowing the area. There is something inherently alluring to the ocean, and playing the world’s best game along its shores has no equal.

17th Hole at Royal Isabela (200 Yard Par 3)

Best Par 4:  3rd Hole – 375 Yards – There are a variety of blind shots players contend with when playing from Royal Isabela’s tips, but the dramatic second shot at #3 is what makes the blind tee shot here worthwhile. Players come from out of the trees to a rise in the fairway before they discover a severely downhill tee shot to a green surrounded by forest. A hill on the right side will help feed balls onto the putting surface while missing long or left will result in a lost ball.

3rd Hole at Royal Isabela (375 Yard Par 4)

3rd Hole at Royal Isabela (375 Yard Par 4)

Best Par 5:  10th Hole – 578 Yards – The opening hole on the back nine provides one of the most unique and intriguing designs on Puerto Rico. The hole is shaped nearly like a fishing hook but more accurately like the letter ‘L’ with the end of the hole running completely perpendicular to the beginning of the hole. Two sentinel trees frame aiming area and a pond lies in wait on the left side of the dogleg for those looking to cut some yardage off the hole. Players that take their tee shot up the left side will be left with the opportunity to take a long iron or hybrid club over the trees protecting the left side of the green and possibility setup an eagle putt or an great birdie opportunity. Players taking the long route to the right will set themselves up for a third short to the most receptive opening to the green. With a variety of wind conditions that can come rolling off the ocean, how you play this hole can change every day.

10th Hole at Royal Isabela (578 Yard Par 5)

Birdie Time:  1st Hole – 525 Yard Par 5 – The opening hole is kind to your scorecard at Royal Isabela with this reachable par five. A pond rests in the distance up the left side but shouldn’t a a consideration given how wide the fairway is and how the smart play up the right side shortens the hole anyway. Approach shots should favor the right side of the green which features a hill that moves balls back towards the center of the green. Even without a warmup this should be an easy par and a great chance for a birdie.

1st Hole at Royal Isabela (525 Yard Par 5)

1st Hole at Royal Isabela (525 Yard Par 5)

Bogey Beware:  6th Hole – 493 Yard Par 4 – This hole is a flat out brute. The tee shot plays over a pond to an undulated fairway where level lies are virtually non-existent. At nearly 500 yards from the tips and a good climb uphill the entire way home, reaching this green in regulation is a rare accomplishment. Patches of rock overgrown with vegetation and bunkering adds to the challenge, but flat out length will be the biggest obstacle to overcome to score well here. With the wind often blowing and the uphill climb requiring an extra club or two, #6 will require the best second shot of the round to walk away from here with anything but a bogey.

6th Hole at Royal Isabela (493 Yard Par 4)

6th Hole at Royal Isabela (493 Yard Par 4)

6th Hole at Royal Isabela (493 Yard Par 4)

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About Royal Isabela

One of the most dramatic golf courses built in years, the Golf Links at Royal Isabela curls itself along rugged cliffs, providing memorable challenges and marvelous views of the coastline’s meeting with the sea. Brothers Stanley and Charlie Pasarell envisioned and designed the course with great passion for the land and the game. Through a collaboration with architect David W. Pfaff, they brought their vision to breathtaking reality. Created on site, not on paper, the design evolved from the land itself. Their hands-on and minimal-impact approach pays tribute to the Golf Links’ majestic partner: nature.

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out of 17 in Puerto Rico

out of 116 in Caribbean

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Golf Links 1/1

Holes: 18

The landscape’s native grasses, natural sand dunes and deep canyons are integral to the layout, while sod-faced bunkers add a Scottish flair to this island gem. These elements, along with trade winds that are your friend one moment and your foe the next, shape the course’s character and captivate the golf purist. Each hole provides a unique test. I…

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Montgomerie Maxx Royal Golf Club — Designed by Colin Montgomery

Montgomerie Maxx Royal is the third European golf design project in the Belek area and more than lives up to the hype that surrounds it. The course plan was developed in collaboration with Scottish professional golfer Colin Montgomery to give people the opportunity to try their hand at an affordable pro level course.

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  • Opened: 2008

  • Area: 260 acres (104 ha), coastal and park forest

  • Length: 6522 m.

  • Steam: 72

  • Handicap: women 36, men 28

  • Greens: on average, about 600 sq.

  • Fairways: complex and hilly, with many strategic options.

  • Driving range: dual range with 25 bays and individual training areas

  • Putting Green: about 1010 sq.m.

  • Chipping & Pitching Green: crushed stone green 750 sq.m, bunker green 600 sq. m.

  • Lakes: 8

  • Proshop: yes

  • Academy: Yes

  • Green fees: €85-€165 / 18 holes — food and drinks included.

  • The 104 hectare Montgomerie Maxx Royal is renowned for its natural beauty and pleasant microclimate. Like many courses in Belek, the fairways run through mature pine forests and blend with the natural features of the area to create a pleasant yet challenging course. With eight lakes scattered across the field, water hazards play a prominent role in the game and smart ball placement is required if you want to get home with a clean card. The field is a challenge even for low handicap players.

    In 2013, Montgomerie Maxx Royal was delighted to host the first ever Turkish Airlines Open, featuring golf’s biggest stars. If you book a time to play with us, you will have the opportunity to imitate the performances of some of the stars on this wonderful course. As a championship course, you will be forced to bring your game if you want to return home with par 72.

    If you like to play during the day, you will love the Montgomerie Maxx Royal, because even on the shortest day you can finish the course, if not in the afternoon, at spotlight past 9holes.

    Back at the Montgomerie Maxx club, you can enjoy 2 floors of first-class amenities, including an impressive deck overlooking the 18th hole.

    If you look the other way, you will be met by picturesque views of the Mediterranean Sea and mountain ranges. The Pro Shop has an excellent selection of men’s and women’s clothing and golf accessories. The adjoining Maxx Royal Belek Golf Resort also offers 5-star accommodation and leisure facilities for golfers and non-golfers alike.

    Montgomerie Golf Packages

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    From €665

    2 Round Golf Package

    Voyage Belek 2 Round Golf Package includes 7 nights Ultra All Inclusive ” and 2 rounds of golf, as well as airport and golf course transfers.

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    Voyage Belek Long Stay package includes 10 or 14 nights all inclusive accommodation, golf and buggy discount, free token and additional privileges.

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    Montgomery Golf Course Reviews

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    I have just returned having played this wonderful course last week. Everything was perfect, staff on arrival, Pro shop and restaurant for food before playing. Course was in immaculate condition and the holes just seemed to get better and better. Last is a good tough finishing hole. Will definitely play again and would advise anyone looking to book a course, make it this one.

    tripadvisor

    The whole experience from arriving at the course to leaving was amazing had 2 rounds at the monty 9 holes of night golf and 18 holes on a Saturday afternoon , the service from the staff was outstanding the course was in immaculate condition well worth the money and when you get to the course food and drink is free in the bar on the course and when you get back in, outstanding 👍

    tripadvisor

    Had the chance to play a couple of weeks ago and I have spent the last two weeks telling people that if they are golfing in Turkey that simply have to play here. The best course I had the chance to play and it was a wonderful test. The only downside was the lack of consideration other golfers gave to repairing their pitch marks.

    tripadvisor

    Course was just preparing to Europeantour competition, so backtees were out of use and buggies not availabe. Excellent course architecture and variable holes. good condition. Greenfee on high season is 150€ and it includes food an beverage during and after round. Now played all Belek courses and by far liked this most. In my opinion the best courses are Montgomerie, PGA Sultan and Carya.

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    13 Best Golf Courses in Marbella

    The Costa del Sol in Spain boasts not only an abundance of sunny days, a wonderful climate and fashionable resorts for every taste. This region of southern Spain is a real paradise for golfers. 70 out of 437 courses are located here — in this concentration, Spanish golf tourism is the leader in Europe. And among all the areas of the Costa del Sol, Marbella, with its 21 golf courses and stunning properties near the golf courses, is the center of attraction for lovers of this game. 85% of tourists annually visit Marbella just for the opportunity to enjoy the game and the highest level of service at golf resorts.

    In this article, we will explain the reasons for such popularity, as well as an overview of the best golf clubs in Marbella.

    A brief history of golf on the Costa del Sol

    The first Spanish golf course was the Real Club de Golf de las Palmas in Gran Canaria, which was founded in 1891. In Malaga, the first golf courses began to be built in the 1920s. Then this game was the main summer entertainment for the British royal family, who regularly spent their holidays at local resorts.

    In fact, the first «designer» of the golf course in Malaga was the daughter of Queen Victoria and the great-grandmother of the Spanish King Felipe — Beatrice de Battenberg. She designed a small 9-hole course, on the site of which, in 1925, the first in Marbella and one of the most prestigious golf clubs, Parador del Golf, opened.

    The fame of the best golf destination in Spain came to the Costa del Sol in the late 1950s and early 1960s. At this time, the region was discovered by world celebrities and representatives of the European high society, many of whom were excellent players. To meet the steadily growing demand from wealthy tourists, the area has been actively developed with premium golf courses.

    The first golf course in Marbella was the Guadalmina Club de Golf, which appeared in 1959 in the western part of the resort. In 1965, Rio Real Golf was opened in the east of the city. In 1968, Atalaya Golf was opened here, and in 1969, Las Brisas.

    The world’s best designers worked on the Marbella golf courses:

    • Tom Simpson — expanded the Parador de Golf, famous throughout Spain, to 18 holes.
    • Severiano Ballesteros — designed Los Arqueros Golf and Alhaurín Golf.
    • Robert Trent Jones — Designed most of the golf courses. Costa del Sol, including Sotogrande Golf and Las Brisas.
    • Javier Arana — Responsible for the Guadalmina Club de Golf and Rio Real Golf projects, and is also the founder of the Spanish Golf Federation.

    The design of these masters was the meticulous attention to every detail of the golf course. For example, they used game-resistant grass varieties and uniform automatic watering. Each golf course in Marbella is perfectly integrated into the surrounding landscape in order to maintain harmony with the environment. For example, the 18-hole Rio Real follows the natural curves of the Rio Real on whose banks it sits.

    6 reasons why golf is so popular in Marbella

    1. The vegetation of the golf course creates a special microclimate throughout the year, which makes the temperature milder in summer due to evaporation, and in winter due to the accumulation of daytime heat in wide green areas.
    2. The fields respect the environment and nature. Living in front of a golf course gives you the opportunity to enjoy the views as well as the fauna that lives on it.
    3. Local golf courses epitomize the healthy lifestyle at nearby country clubs that offer all types of health and wellness services except golf.
    4. The golf course is always accompanied by a good restaurant where you can enjoy healthy and quality gastronomic delights.
    5. Each golf course has its own club, where events are constantly held for representatives of the same social status. This is a great opportunity to meet and make friends with new people.
    6. Golf courses are usually located in secure and very quiet urbanizations, ideal for families.

    Interesting statistics:

    • Three out of ten golfers who come to the Costa del Sol are tourists over 60 years old. And the average age of players who are actively involved in golf is 51.2 years.
    • The average stay of tourists on the fields of the Costa del Sol is 7.02 days.
    • During this time, tourists spend about 230 euros daily on visiting golf clubs.
    • 8 out of 10 tourists, in addition to playing golf, cite the desire to enjoy the sun and the beach, local cuisine and cultural program as the reasons for traveling to Marbella.
    • 4- and 5-star hotels are leaders in resort accommodation. They stop 9 out of 10 tourists arriving in Marbella.
    • In 7 days, one active golfer enters the course an average of 4.6 times.
    • On average, such players come to Marbella 4.7 times.
    • The peak season for golfers is October, February, November and March.

    We bring to your attention a fresh rating of the best golf courses in terms of their condition, types and guest service:

    Real Club de Golf las Brisas

    The view of Club de Golf las Brisas

    • Official website
    • Phone: +34 952 90 8187
    • Designer: Robert Trent Jones
    • Difficulty: medium
    • Field length: 6203 m
    • 18 holes par 71

    Founded in 1968, Real Club de Golf Las Brisas is recognized as one of the best golf courses not only in Spain but throughout Europe. Regional and national competitions are regularly held here, the Real Club de Golf Las Brisas has twice hosted the World Golf Championship.

    The landscape of the field is designed in such a way that the guests of the club have a strong feeling that they are playing in the middle of a botanical garden. Trees and plants from different parts of the world are planted here, due to which a unique atmosphere of beauty and harmony is created.

    Local players claim that every hole at Las Brisas provides a unique playing experience. At the same time, the difficulty increases gradually — already from hole No. 3, the distance requires maximum composure and concentration from you.

    The club will delight you with first-class service, excellent cuisine in a local restaurant, as well as various recreational activities. There is a professional shop on the territory of the club where you can buy golf equipment and accessories.

    • Green fee for 18 holes — 165 euros.
    • The cost of membership in the club is 20,000 euros.
    • Annual membership fee — 2500 euros.
    • Golf cart included.

    Aloha Golf Club

    Aloha Golf Course in Marbella

    • Official website
    • Phone: +34 952 907 085
    • Designer: Javier Arana
    • Difficulty: medium
    • Field length: 6293 m
    • 18 holes, par 72

    Aloha Golf Club is one of the top three golf courses in Nueva Andalucia along with Las Brisas and Los Naranjos. One of the best golf course designers in Spain, Javier Arana, has created a unique landscape that resembles a picturesque English park. Low hills, green spaces, water hazards and bushes create challenging conditions for players and provide a rich and exciting game.

    Aloha Golf Club often hosts world-class championships such as the Spanish Amateur Championship, the Spanish vs. England Amateur and the Open de Andalucía European PGA Tour.

    Green fee for 18 holes — 150 euros in high season.

    Golf cart included.

    Los Naranjos

    Los Naranjos Golf Club

    • Official site
    • Phone: +34 952 81 52 06
    • Designer: Robert Trent Jones
    • Difficulty: medium
    • Field length: 6116 m
    • 18 holes, par 72

    Los Naranjos Golf Club is located in the Nueva Andalucia Golf Valley, close to Puerto Banus and Marbella. This course is ranked 19th in the Top 100 Courses in Southern Spain and has been a frequent venue for World Championships since its inception in 1977. The club is famous for its wide fairways with strategically designed obstacles, bright emerald greens and magnificent mountain views.
    The highlight of the club is a restaurant with premium cuisine and fantastic views from the terrace. In addition, guests can take advantage of the golf shop, hairdresser and beauty studio.

    Green fee 18 holes

    • High season: 150 euros
    • Medium season: 87 euros
    • Low season: 80 EUR

    Green Fee 9 holes

    • High season: 103 EUR
    • Medium season: 47 euros
    • Low season: 47 euro

    Golf cart included.

    Marbella Golf and Country Club

    Marbella Golf and Country Club

    • Official site
    • Phone: +34 952 83 05 00
    • Designer: Robert Trent Jones Sr.
    • Difficulty: medium
    • Field length: 6000 m
    • 18 holes, par 72

    Marbella Golf and Country Club offers an 18-hole par 72 course five minutes drive east of Marbella city centre. Built at 1989 the course is considered one of the best and at the same time the most difficult on the Costa del Sol. The fact is that the first nine holes here are located on top of a hill, which poses a serious challenge not only for beginners, but also for experienced players. In addition, the course features a unique combination of bunkers and water hazards.
    Nestled among the hills, the naturally landscaped course offers players the most breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, olive groves and warm sea. Marbella Golf and Country Club facilities include the stylish Club House restaurant with a seasonal menu, conference rooms, a boutique with the latest collections, a golf academy and three tennis courts.

    Green fee 18 holes

    • High season: €110
    • Medium season: 92 euros
    • Low season: 92 euros

    Green Fee 9 holes

    • High season: 76.50 EUR
    • Medium season: 63.50 EUR
    • Low season: 63.50 EUR

    Golf cart included.

    Real Club de Golf Guadalmina

    Real Club de Golf Guadalmina

    • Official website
    • Phone: +34 952 883 375
    • Designer: Javier Arana
    • Difficulty: difficult
    • Field length: 6683 m
    • 18 holes, par 72

    Real Club de Golf Guadalmina is one of the oldest and most reputable golf clubs in Marbella, opened in 1959. The club includes South and North Courses with 18 holes each. The most experienced golfers come here to show their skills on difficult narrow fairways with dense grass and deep bunkers.

    Players especially love the distance that starts from the 10th hole. It is from here that the most picturesque view of the surroundings of Nueva Andalucia opens.

    Green fee for 18 holes (north) — 96 euros.
    Green fee for 18 holes (south) — 155 euros.
    Golf cart — 34-45 euros.

    La Quinta Golf

    La Quinta Golf Club

    • Official site
    • Phone: +34 (0) 952 762039
    • Designer: Manuel Piñero
    • Difficulty: medium
    • Field length: 5602 m
    • 27 holes par 71

    La Quinta Golf was built in 1989 in a quiet residential area of ​​Nueva Andalusia. To this day, it embodies the true atmosphere of an elite Mediterranean resort.

    The uniqueness of this course lies in the layout of the holes. There are 27 of them in total, and the entire field is divided into three zones of 9 holes. This gives golfers the opportunity to combine fairways and unleash their individual playing style. The course is not too long, and has sections of high and low difficulty, so La Quinta Golf is suitable for both beginners in golf and masters of the game.

    In addition to the main course, La Quinta Golf also has a practice area, underground parking, a golf shop, a golf academy and a fancy restaurant.

    Green Fee in San Pedro, Ronda and Guadaiza: €90

    Golf cart included.

    Santa Clara Golf

    Santa Clara Golf Club Marbella

    • Official site
    • Phone: +34 952 850 111
    • Designer: Enrique Canales Busquets
    • Difficulty: medium
    • Field length: 5878 m

    18 holes, par 71 Santa Clara Golf is one of the youngest clubs in Marbella, opened in 2001. Due to its location in the middle of residential complexes in the eastern part of the resort town and convenient layout, not only single players, but also entire families like to come here.

    Santa Clara Golf is regularly recognized by the most respected golf publications for its respect for the environment, local flora and fauna. Experts not only praise the field itself, but even call the training ground one of the best in Marbella.

    Santa Clara Golf will delight its guests with a luxury boutique, a local restaurant, a golf school, as well as a state-of-the-art golf cart and equipment repair shop

    18-hole green fee

    • High season: 100 euro
    • Low season: 65 EUR

    9-hole green fee

    • High season: 65 euros
    • Low season: 50 EUR

    Golf cart not included.

    Santa Maria Golf

    Santa Maria Golf Club

    • Official site
    • Phone: +34 952 831 036
    • Designers: Antonio Garrido and Colleen Moseley
    • Difficulty: medium
    • Field length: 5562 m
    • 18 holes, par 70

    The Santa Maria Golf course in Elviria is one of the most well-groomed and landscaped on the Costa del Sol. The golf club is located in the middle of a picturesque valley surrounded by majestic pines and cork oaks. Not only avid golfers come here, but also sunbathers — one of the best beaches in Marbella is just a couple of hundred meters away.

    The course has quite steep hills, so you can’t do without a golf cart. Despite the proximity to the N340 motorway, there is absolute peace and tranquility due to the atmosphere of a real Spanish outback. In addition to the main golf course, Santa Maria Golf offers guests a driving range, a bowling alley and a premium restaurant with a large and beautiful terrace.

    Green fee 18 holes

    • High season: €110;
    • Medium season: 80 euros;
    • Low season: 70 euros.

    9-hole green fee

    • High season: 60 euros
    • Medium season: 50 euros
    • Low season: 50 EUR

    Golf cart not included.

    Río Real Golf & Hotel — Marbella

    Rio Real Golf Club

    • Official website
    • Phone: +34 952 765 732
    • Designer: Javier Arana
    • Difficulty: difficult
    • Field length: 6166 m
    • 18 holes, par 72

    Opened in 1965, Río Real is one of the top 40 golf courses in Spain according to Top100GolfCourses. com. Especially stunning landscapes open here on the 4th and 8th holes.

    The experts of the Royal Spanish Golf Federation note the unique beauty of the Río Real and the impressive layout of the course. The holes here run along the coast of the river, which provides the most breathtaking views. Despite the fact that the field belongs to the category of difficult, the distance here is adapted for players of different levels. So, beginners can try their hand at high holes, and more experienced ones can try to overcome bunkers and water obstacles.

    Green fee 18 holes

    • High season: EUR 104
    • Medium season: 82 euros
    • Low season: 78 euros.

    Golf cart included.

    Finca Cortesin

    Finca Cortesin Golf Club

    • Official site
    • Phone: +34 (0) 952 93 78 83
    • Designer: Cabell B. Robinson
    • Difficulty: high
    • Field length: 6802 m
    • 18 holes, par 72

    Finca Cortesin is located in Casares, between Estepona and Sotogrande. The unique course is one of the longest in Europe. The play area features a wide variety of natural vegetation, including olive and cork trees. The field repeats the complex outlines of a large valley with all the elevation changes. There are more than 100 bunkers, many difficult rafs and water barriers. All this makes the game really challenging and exciting.

    This is where one of the world’s most prestigious golf tournaments, Volvo World Match Play, was held. Finca Cortesin is recognized as one of the best golf courses in Spain by Golf Digest magazine, ranking 5th in Spain and 25th in Europe.

    Free cold water and fresh fruit are served on the pitch. And after an intense game, you can enjoy gourmet cuisine in the Michelin-starred club restaurant. Prices at Finca Cortesin are solid, but they are fully consistent with first-class service.

    Green fee 18 holes

    • High season: 305 euros
    • Medium season: 290 euros
    • Low season: 260 EUR

    9 hole green fee

    • High season: EUR 163
    • Medium season: 155 euros
    • Low season: 144 euros

    Club rental

    Taylormade: €56

    Honma: €125

    Golf cart and golf balls included.

    Flamingos Golf

    Flamingos Golf Club

    • Official site
    • Phone: +34 952 889 157
    • Designer: Antonio Garcia Garrido
    • Difficulty: medium
    • Field length: 5714 m
    • 18 holes par 71

    The Flamingos Golf course will delight players with carefully crafted landscapes, a variety of green spaces and spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea. The greens here are quite solid in size, but in the first half of the field, thin fairways require a lot of accuracy from the players.

    Flamingos Golf features the Arroyo del Taraje, which runs through the course and flows into a small lake near holes 1 and 10. Antonio Garcia Garrido has thought through every square meter of the field to the smallest detail. For example, each hole has its own tree species planted here. Therefore, at a distance you now and then find yourself among cypresses, chestnuts, pomegranates, orange and olive trees.

    Green fee 18 holes

    • High season — 155 euros
    • Middle season — 115 euros
    • Low season — 115 euros

    Green Fee 9 holes

    • High season — 93 EUR
    • Middle season — 169 euros
    • Low season — 169 euros

    Golf cart rental — 45 euros

    Atalaya Golf & Country Club — New Course

    Atalaya Golf and Country Club

    • Official website
    • Phone: +34 952 882 812
    • Designer: Paul Krings
    • Difficulty: medium
    • Field length: 5325 m
    • 18 holes par 71

    Atalaya Golf was opened in Benahavis between Marbella and Estepona in 1990. Designer Paul Krings designed the course to look like a cozy park with gently curving fairways and manicured lawns, cool fountains and dense thickets of eucalyptus, palm trees and azaleas. Atalaya New Course has been chosen by experienced golfers from the very beginning of the course because of the narrow fairways and the abundance of water obstacles.

    Atalaya Golf offers guests a restaurant with excellent local cuisine. During the game, you can have a snack in two kiosks with fresh pastries and fruit juices.

    Green fee 18 holes

    • High season: 120 EUR
    • Medium season: 80 euros
    • Low season: 70 EUR

    9-hole green fee on request

    Golf cart not included

    El Paraiso

    • Official website
    • Phone: +34 952 88 38 35
    • Designer: Gary Player
    • Difficulty: easy
    • Field length: 6131 m
    • 18 holes par 71

    The beauty of El Paraiso is that this club is run by its own members, who are constantly improving and renovating their favorite golf course.

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