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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 Dave Thomas, collaborated efforts in 1990 to bring us San Roque’s first layout, a lengthy, testing woodland course with a stadium approach. Immediately acknowledged as an inspired piece of golf architecture, within a year of opening it was hosting the Spanish Open and has never looked back. Very long off the back tees, the challenge is compounded by tight fairways on the front nine. There is no shame in double digit handicappers playing off the front tees, making the challenge much more manageable.
(Back Tees 6,494 Metres / Par 72)
San Roque New Course
The New Course was opened in 2004, with American architect, Perry Dye, bringing a new age design to the San Roque golf resort. Filled with treacherous defenses from start to finish, this is an unforgiving test of golf ability, best left to the scratch and very low handicap players. Punishingly deep bunkers abound, the ribbon-like fairways are menacing and the greens filled with contours that make putting more than a tricky endeavor.
(Back Tees 6,497 Metres / Par 72)
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