Alcaidesa Links Golf Resort has two magnificent golf courses: Alcaidesa Links and Alcaidesa Heathland, a total of 36 professional holes with spectacular views to the sea, Gibraltar and África, flanked by two natural parks that make the setting even more spectacular. The two kilometres of beach parallel to Alcaidesa Links and the extraordinary eternal blue of the sea create a visual spectacle that is incomparable on the Costa del Sol.
Dave Thomas has created a 27 hole course that would pose a challenge for even the most experienced of golfers due to its undulating fairways and deep bunkers. This is a course for thinkers, which requires planning before reaching for the driver, and the greens are comparable to those of the best courses that you could think of. Anyone who plays this course always wants to come back for more.
La Cañada Municipal Golf Club was opened in 1982 with 9 holes conceived by the mythical American designer, Robert Trent Jones. It was the first municipal golf club in Spain and the second municipal course to be built in Andalusia. La Cañada is also the golf club with the second highest number of federated members in Andalusia. Today many new features have been added since the club began and the club now has another 9 holes, which were designed by the renowned golf architect Dave Thomas, as well as a clubhouse that rivals the facilities of any of the prestigious neighbouring courses.
This club is home to a top class 18 hole course, designed by Cabell B. Robinson and opened in 2003, which spans 72 hectares and offers a driving range, approach zone and a putting green. The imposing clubhouse opened its doors in 2004 and is a spacious 6000m2 building in the Andalusian style. Naturally, the excellent facilities available at La Reserva Golf Club will satisfy the needs of both members and visitors.
The prestigious American golf architect Robert Trent Jones designed this course, which has been deemed world-class by specialist golf publications from Europe and Northamerica since its opening. This was the first course that Trent Jones designed in Europe. In 1994 His Majesty King Juan Carlos I granted the course the title Real (Royal). Only 2 years after its opening, RSGC was the venue of the 1966 Spanish Open and 21 years later, in 1987, it hosted the Spanish Professional Championship.
In a unique natural enclave you can find what many consider to be the masterpiece of the prestigious American golf course architect Robert Trent Jones. When the course was constructed in 1974 it was originally called New Sotogrande but, in 1981 its name was changed to Las Aves (The Birds).
Between Jerez and Marbella, almost at the tip of the Iberian peninsula, lies one of Europe’s most exclusive golfing Country Club. Here, in the foothills of the Sierra Bermeja, the peace and natural beauty of Andalucia is complemented by a stylish retreat and an 18-hole championship golf course are enhanced by a friendly atmosphere: welcome to The San Roque Club.
Two championship courses – The Old Course and The New Course, 2 tiered covered driving range, Practice areas and putting greens (1 x 18 holes/2 x 9 holes), 1 pitching area, 3 practice bunkers, Club, buggy and trolley rental. Fully stocked pro shop, Preferential rates at Valderrama, Sotogrande and other courses, Golf Academy managed by Mark Emery.