This was the first golf club in the city of Barcelona, and its origins date back to 1912. Since 2003 it has enjoyed a natural environment of 210 hectares, in addition to the 13,000 hectares of Sant Llorenç del Munt i l’Obac nature park which surrounds the facilities. In this idyllic landscape Greg Norman designed
In the northwest of Spain is the Real Club de Golf de La Coruña. This 18-hole course was founded in 1961 and designed by Mackenzie Ross. The course preserves and respects the surrounding natural environment and its layout offers wide fairways flanked by numerous trees. There are some holes with lakes before the greens, and
Founded in 1910, it was the first golf club built in the Basque Country and the third in Spain. It is one of the founders of the Royal Spanish Golf Federation and produced famous names like José María Olazabal, double champion of the Augusta Masters. The course layout, the creation of famed French professional Pierre
The 18-hole course takes in a wide variety of trees, providing a panoply of colours that complement its beautiful views. You’ll have a chance to practice a number of different strokes during the round, given the type of terrain and the different-sized holes, each one with its own personality, making this a highly entertaining course.
Inaugurated in 1928, the Real Golf de Pedreña is the oldest golf course in Cantabria. It is located in Pedreña, 20 kilometres from the Cantabrian capital, in a privileged setting with views of the impressive bay of Santander. The course takes in century-old trees, with well-groomed vegetation is integrated throughout. Eighteen of its 27 holes