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Seville Golf Course - Spain

Real Club de Golf Sevilla (Seville Golf Club, Spain) Jose Maria Olazabal launched the design phase of his impressive golf career with this 1991 layout, which with some fine tuning and the maturity of time, has worthily evolved, rightfully claiming its place among the Royal family of Spanish courses. Not unexpectedly, Seville course plays to…

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Zaudin Golf Course

Play Zaudin Golf Course, Seville, Spain

Zaudin Golf Course Enchanting Seville demands the attention of every visitor to Southern Spain, whether golfer  or not, but for those with golf in their veins, there are temptations that shouldn’t be resisted, including the Gary Player layout, Zaudin Golf Course. Set amidst palm and orange trees, olive groves and large lakes, there are amazing…

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Real Valderrama


Home to the European Tour’s season closing event, The Volvo Masters, for more than 20 years, legendary Real Valderrama has gone on to host two World Golf Championships and in 1997, received the ultimate honor of being the very first course located outside of Britain to host the European leg of The Ryder Cup. And…

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Featured Tour

This is another very intelligent layout from maestro designer, Cabell Robinson, in an especially attractive setting. Very fair to all levels, providing you select the tee positions that match your own abilities and everyone will be assured a most enjoyable time. The fairways are wide enough to give most the chance to take out the…

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San Roque Old


With the fabled courses of Valderrama and Sotogrande as next door neighbors, you expect the pair of layouts at San Roque will be something very special … you won’t be disappointed! Three designers have produced a pair of totally different challenges. San Roque Old Course Two famous members of Britain’s golf fraternity, Tony Jacklin and…

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Jack Nicklaus chose to make his Southern Spain entrée in 1992 with this top class layout, located close to two spectacular Spanish cities, Seville, the historic capital of Andalucia and Jerez de la Frontera, the birthplace of Sherry, Flamenco and home to the, not to be missed, Royal Andalucian School of Equestrian Arts. The course…

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Marbella Club


When Marbella’s longest established, luxury hotel hires a top British architect to design their own course, you can expect spectacular results and neither the hotel nor designer Dave Thomas have disappointed. The dramatic views of the Mediterranean, Gibraltar and  the African coastline, are only enhanced by waterfalls, lakes, carefully contoured fairways and superbly maintained, undulating…

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Real Malaga


Dating from 1925, Real Club de Campo de Malaga was the very first course on the Costa del Sol, the combined effort of two noted British architects, Harry S. Colt and Tom Simpson. Operated by the Spanish government’s Paradores Hotel operation, the airport location offers every departing player the chance to get one last round of…

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Las Brisas


A frequent past host to The Spanish Open, Las Brisas is a Robert Trent Jones Jr. masterpiece and one of the Costa del Sol’s great layouts that helped pioneer Spain’s golf development in the 1960’s. The elevated greens are well protected by numerous bunkers and water hazards, often making approach shots tricky. Once on the…

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La Cala


This is one of the regions major golf resorts with a 4 star hotel, a health spa, a golf academy and three quite different,18-hole Championship courses, all are the handiwork of Cabell Robinson. The idyllic setting in the foothills of the Mijas Mountains is quite spectacular. La Cala’s Europa Course offers magnificent mountain views and…

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Finca Cortesin

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Cabell Robinson is a trans-planted American architect who opened his own design company on the Costa del Sol after being responsible for all of Robert Trent Jones Jr’s European projects for a number of years. Robinson is today probably the most respected golf architect in Spain and France, with more quality designs to his name…

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The name may be misleadingly Hawaiian, but make no mistake this is a very Spanish layout, designed by Spain’s most illustrious golf architect, Javier Arana and brilliantly showcases the man’s impressive creativity. This is 18 holes of golfing perfection, which Arana managed to squeeze onto an awkwardly small site and he has done it all…

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27 holes of design artistry from the drawing board of renowned British architect, Dave Thomas, provide 3 different, 18-hole playing options, each with its own level of challenge. Built over hilly terrain, the often narrow fairways are lined with mature pine trees and cork oaks, bringing an interesting level of complexity, made all the more…

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Sotogrande Old


Real Club de Golf de Sotogrande Another member of Andalucia’s Royal Family of golf, designed by Robert Trent Jones and one of the most exclusive private clubs on the coast. Visitor times are not easily come by, but well worth the effort to secure and Golf International can help gain access. Sotogrande Old is one…

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