Hole by hole
The tee shot will have to go above the olive trees to reach the upper part of the fairway, so the ball stays to the right in the valley. Long hitters can take the challenge to reach the green, which is surrounded by bunkers. This is the highest point of the course (102 meters above sea level).
From the high elevated tee, you look down to the fairway, which is situated by a large bunker on the right side. The green is situated in high and is protected by two large cork trees at its entrance and by bunkers on each side.
Short par 3 of 89 meters, which requires to be precise. The hole is downhill, the green narrow but elongated with two slopes at front and back, plus being protected by bunkers on the right and behind.
It is said that José Gancedo designed this hole inspired by a woman reclining in the sun.
It requires a good tee shot to reach the fairway. The front of the green slopes and is protected by bunkers.
This hole offers one of the best views towards the Calamorro mountain. The height of the peak is 771 meters and it is part of the Penibetic Mountain Range.
High levelled tee with dogleg to the left, which is protected by trees on both sides. This hole allows two ways to play it; drive above the trees on the left or play in to the middle of the fairway. An open green with various bunkers on both sides and behind.
The straight tee shot from the high-level tee needs to be towards the bunker, in the middle of the fairway. Dogleg to the right with an uphill approach shot to the elevated green protected by bunkers.
This is another signature hole with marvelous views over the Medi- terranean, playing off a very high elevated tee with an approach shot towards the lake. The approach shot is challenging due to the lake and bunkers on both sides of the green. Please remember, both sides of the fairway are marked as water hazards.
The lowest point of the course is on this green (16 meters above sea level).
Dogleg with water hazard on the left and trees on the right, where a good tee shot is required towards the bunker in front. The approach shot is to the high elevated green with two bunkers on both sides for those who stay short and off the green line.
During the 1979 Spanish Open, Severiano Ballesteros did not pass the cut due to the 8 strokes on this hole. He did not manage to repeat the birdie from the previous year, when he cut over the trees in the Spanish U-25 Championship, which he won.
From a narrow tee, a precise shot down the fairway is recommended. The longer hitters can play their approach shot above the olive trees on the left. The green is protected by a large bunker behind and to the side. Watch out for the lake on the right.
Fairway with two very steep valleys and narrow tee shot. The big hitters will be able to reach the green in two shots. Be careful with the shot towards the green because of the surrounding bunkers and lake.
A good tee shot is required over the lake with a bunker on the left. Trees on both sides of the fairway up to the green and the two olive trees in the center of the fairway. With a good second shot, the long hitters can reach the green, which is surrounded by bunkers.
A visual hole protected by pines on both sides of the fairways and bunkers on the left. This dogleg to the right forces to play in the direction of the palm trees to a green that is totally surrounded by bunkers.
The tee shot needs to be directed to the olive tree in the left center of the fairway. The approach shot is towards a highly elevated and very undulated green with a frontal lake and bunkers.
Enjoy the views of this hole.
A narrow tee shot on an uphill hole with bunkers on the left and trees on the right. The fairway presents a steep valley just in front of the green and bunkers on the left and behind.
Remember to contemplate the stunning views over the 10th, 11th and 16th.
The tee shot is to be played over the olive trees to the fairway with bunkers on the right side. The approach shot is towards a very undulated green surrounded by various bunkers.