Sotogrande Golf Course is located on prime golfing land close to the beachfront between the river Guadiaro and Sotogrande marina. Anyone lucky enough to have played at one of Spain's foremost members' clubs will be able to confirm Robert Trent Jones was right to take pride in what is an extraordinarily good design. Sotogrande Golf Course is often voted to be among the top ten golf courses in Europe and rightly so. Sotogrande Old, as it is called by the locals, boasts mature vegetation with pine, cork oaks, eucalyptus and giant palm trees enhancing the natural beauty of the surroundings.
How to play Sotogrande Golf Course?
Sotogrande Golf Course is made up of 3 x 9 holes, each of the three differs from the other with spectacular views and drop holes. It is well worth taking a buggy. The greens are large and the tees are very long, some would say excessively so, but they allow for variations in pin placement and the length of hole. The lakes course is very challenging, with the lakes running alongside large parts of the fairways, or you need to cross them to get to the greens, especially so on the par 3's, also well placed bunkers. Shot placement is vital. The Pines course is narrower surrounded by numerous large pine trees and lots of bunkers.
How to book tee times for Sotogrande Golf Course?
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