Years of history have made this course—the oldest in Andalusia—both challenging for experienced players and achievable for any golf enthusiast.

Sand dunes, palms, mimosas, eucalyptus and pines skirt the course. Two of the holes run along the edge of the sea. Course facilities include:

  • 18-hole historic course (1925)
  • 9-hole links course (no handicap required)
  • 9-hole pitch & putt (no handicap required)
  • Area reserved for professionals and their groups
  • -Golf school, pro shop, club rental, bag carriers and carts, restaurant/snack bar.

A little history

The course's origins date back to the 1920s and are linked to the British royal family, especially Princess Beatrice of Battenberg, who spent part of the year in the area and was a driving force behind its creation. In 1925, construction began on the original 9-hole course under the technical supervision of Harry Shapland Colt (builder of Wentworth).

Under the direction and design of renowned British architect Tom Simpson (creator of such famous courses as Turnberry, Muirfield and Ballybunion), it was expanded to 18 holes (6173 m, par 72). The course record is held by Málaga native Miguel Ángel Jiménez, set during the 1999 PGA Turespaña Masters.

  • Golf Course: 18 Holes
  • Par: 72
  • Lenght: 6204 meters approx.
  • Designer: Tom Simpson
  • Year Built: 1925
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