Calanova Golf Course Guide
Some of the interesting features of this unique golf course in Spain include greens with an average area of more than 500 M2. Players will find them very exciting due to the extraordinary shaping work. This characteristic of the course allows for a wide selection of pin positions, from the very simple to the most difficult.
The 1st hole of Calanova golf is an interesting introduction to the course as your tee shot must carry a lake, although only 100 meters is required to carry the water hazard, first tee nerves have got the better of many a golfer.
One of the signature holes has to be the Par 3 sixth, which measures some 165 meters and is a delight to play. The elevated tee gives you a superb view down to the green, which is protected by bunkers on the left and a large lake on the right. The green though is enormous and is flanked by palm trees on the left by the water’s edge, it is visually stunning and a joy to play.
The teeing areas are located on varying levels on most of the holes which make for some interesting tee shots. Add to that the extraordinary landscape with stunning views over the sea and mountains from all around the course, and you have a memorable round of golf.
The new impressive clubhouse opened recently and offers a well-stocked pro shop and a modern bar/ restaurant which boasts a large sunny terrace with stunning views over the course, mountains and down to the Mediterranean sea.
Calanova is becoming more and more popular and overall offers very good value and enjoyable golf for visitors to the Costa del Sol. Mix that with friendly staff and management and you have the recipe for successful golf club.
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