Flamingos Golf Course Alferini Tramores and Flamingos
Flamingos Golf Course is a 18-hole, 5.714 meter, par-71 course, designed by the prestigious couse architect Antonio Garcia Garrido. It is characterized by its carefully conserved landscaping, with a large variety of trees and beautiful views of the Mediterranean.
How to play Flamingos Golf Course?
The greens of Flamingo Golf Course are generously sized whilst its fairways are somewhat narrower on the front nine, where more precision playing is required than on the back nine. The bunkers are white marmolina sand. The fairways are sown with Bermuda, except on certain holes where grass has been used, whilst the greens and tees have been sown with Pencross. The course is very enjoyable with a good mixture of both long and short holes. It is demanding for even the most experienced golfer, particularly the front nine holes. Just remember the views if you are not playing well - they are well worth the visit! The par 4 tenth is the most challenging hole where water plays its part. A good tee shot is required to set up the chance of playing over the water to reach the huge but undulating green. There are also two artificial lakes on the fifteenth and the right hand side of the seventeenth that make this even more interesting. Another feature is that all the bunkers are filled with ground marble. Although the course can be walked it is advisable to take advantage of the buggies on offer so you can sit and admire the scenic landscape between shots.
How to book tee times Flamingo Golf Course?
Are you interested to play Flamingo Golf Course? Check here our discounted green fees. Please mention in the remarks that you would like to play Flamingos (or Alferini the par 3 course, or Tramores Course)