Alboran Golf Course has a 6,278-metre long, 18-hole par-72 Championship course, a large practice course and various training areas which act as a Golf School. Ramon Espinosa, the designer, has achieved an important balance between the different holes, both in terms of length and the design and location of the various elements which make up the course (bunkers, streams, lakes, etc.) and has created a round which is fun to play and challenging, and where you could find yourself put to the test on each and every one of the holes.
How to play Alboran Golf Course?
The 66 bunkers are strategically located along every single hole, and players will need real concentration all the way round. The course also has two large lakes situated on the first 9 holes which, apart from regulating the irrigation of the course, also have a direct impact on both the game itself and the beauty of the surroundings. The tees of the 1st and the green of the 9th are both near the Clubhouse so players can enjoy a short rest before moving on to play the next nine holes, starting at the nearby tees of the 10th and ending up back near the Clubhouse for the magnificent green of the 18th. The various training areas and the large tee of the practice pitch are also bear the Clubhouse, which is handy for players who want to get some practice in before tackling the 18 holes. It is without any doubt a place where you will enjoy some great moments playing this beautiful and healthy sport.
How to book tee times Alboran Golf Course?
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