Santa Clara Golf Guide
The wide fairways and length of the course is ideal for holiday golf. The wide fairway of the first hole allows for first tee nerves, followed by an easy par 3, which should allow most players to get off to a decent start.
The back nine is more challenging than the front and has some tough holes including the long par 5 – 13th. The 18th is a great hole to finish with lots of water around the green. For the longest drive try the sloping 12th hole and if you are up for a challenge make the nearest to the pin the difficult Par 3- 6th.
Like many of the new golf courses in Spain, space is at a premium so be careful on some of the fairways that run parallel with other holes. Having said that Santa Clara is a real joy to play and has become a much-valued addition to the golf scene on the popular holiday destination that is the Costa del Sol.
What the course lacks in space, it certainly makes up for in quality and service. The clubhouse is impressive and the shower facilities are excellent. There is a buggy service from the car park to the clubhouse and starters on the 1st tee. The driving and putting practice areas are first class and you can play off the grass.
The clubhouse is large and luxurious with a well equipped Pro Shop. The changing rooms are modern with individual showers and towels. The restaurant and bar area is impressive, located on the first floor of the resort with a large sun terrace to enjoy food and drink overlooking the golf course.
» Visit the Santa Clara Golf website.
- Pro Shop
- Club House
- Practice Balls
- Practice Range
- Practice Putting Green
- Practice Chipping Area
- Golf Club Rental
- Hand Trolleys
- Electric Trolleys
- Club Storage
- Golf Academy
- Individual Lessons
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