The heart of the San Roque Club is golf; golfers can choose between the demanding par 72 of The Old Course, the original course designed by Dave Thomas, that winds through cork oak forests with superb mountain views - or The New Course, completed in 2003, created by legendary American course designer Perry Dye. Both courses provide beautiful and challenging holes for players of all handicaps. It is a tough golf course but you can have a great day of golf in a peaceful environment often without too many other golfers.
How to play San Roque Club
The New Course - 6626 metres from the championship tees - aims to complement The Old Course, while presenting a very different challenge. The designs, by the renowned American course designer Perry Dye, incorporate the contours of the San Roque hills, giving golfers wonderful views to the Guadalquiton River and the Mediterranean Sea beyond. The idea was to create a new course that is a challenge for scratch and low handicap golfers but that is also possible for higher handicap players to enjoy. The New Course is not the easiest of the courses and bunkers to be really afraid of but a great experience.
The Old Course is a gem with every hole different and challenging. Specifically 11, 13 and 18 are exceptional. The OLd Course fairways are more lush with a lot of trees. There are limited times for green fee players as this course is mainly reserved for members. The best days to book Old Course is Monday and Wednesday's as most members play it on Tuesday and Thursday's
How to book tee times San Roque Club
Do you want to play this golf course? Check on the right the available rates and book your tee times online. You are only a few clicks away from a round of golf at San Roque Club